Chiropractic is the most important basic and curative treatment for virtually all physical and organic problems.
Viewed from a holistic perspective, most health problems are caused by disturbed nerve supplies, triggered by dislocations, entrapment, wedging and movement limitation of individual or even several segments of the spinal column. As a result, a precise history, examination, analysis and diagnosis must be carried out by the chiropractor prior to any treatment, which will involve skilled specialist manual techniques (adjustments) to release these joint blockages.

This is carried out on the patient using gentle, controlled and targeted pressure, making the treatment pain-free. It also has a spontaneously liberating effect, since the body’s failing compensation mechanisms spring back into action. Correction of the pelvis and spine to a healthy, mobile static shape encourages good blood flow and the supply of nerve stimulus to the body, which can be used to resolve most acute and chronic pain states.
This skilled process of adjustments revitalises the body's self-healing abilities and therefore initiates healing.

Chiropractic is one of the effective solutions for acquired skeletal deformities.
This is because only by understanding actual biomechanical relationships and using targeted treatment techniques involving specific manipulation of bony parts of the musculoskeletal system can the problems of immobile joints and therefore the pain associated with them, such as back, head, joint, nerve and muscle pain, be resolved.

From each vertebra in the spine, nerves run to the various tissues and organs in the body. A reduction in nerve impulses caused by narrowing of a spinal joint blockade leads to a shortfall in supply and ultimately to disorder of the tissues and organs. Accidents, physical and emotional stress are often the triggers of these subluxations, as they are known, which can permanently disrupt the static equilibrium and posture caused by muscle tension and subsequently cause pain.

It is never too soon and rarely too late to be examined or treated by a chiropractor.

The chiropractor

A chiropractor is trained like a doctor or alternative healer in orthopaedics and neurology and is able to correctly interpret X-ray images and other imaging techniques. As an expert in the field, chiropractors also have in-depth knowledge of human biomechanics and therefore are aware of many problems that can arise from neuromuscular dysfunctions.

They use controlled and targeted pressure on various parts of the musculoskeletal system to restore the body’s failing compensation mechanisms. The purpose of their work is to correct all of the problems that may arise with the flow of information from and to the brain.

The philosophy: In addition to the scientific basis and art of adjustment, chiropractic also has its own philosophical aspect. Chiropractors strongly believe that they are not curing the patient, but rather simply sending the signals that cause the patient's body to heal itself.

The symptoms

Problems with the musculoskeletal system only manifest themselves very late, with reduced movement or pain, similar to the much-feared condition of osteoporosis, which is actually only picked up once the process is already very advanced. As a result, the detection of early symptoms is extremely important.

Even a whiplash injury should be treated immediately after the accident by a chiropractor.

Here are a few signs that a professional chiropractor will look out for:

  • Problems with internal organs
  • Irritation of the skin
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Numbness in the face, arms and legs
  • Back pain
  • Headache
  • Nervousness
  • Weight problems
  • Problems with the jawbone
  • Neck pain
  • Ear pain
  • Tinnitus
  • Dizziness
  • Loss of balance
  • Migraine
  • Shoulder, arm and hand pain
  • Chest pain
  • Groin pain
  • Thigh pain
  • Knee, ankle and foot problems
  • Pain in the lower back
  • Pain that drags downwards at the back of the leg
  • Burning sensations in the leg
  • Tightness in the leg
  • Numbness in the leg or back
  • Lack of control over bladder or bowels
  • Pain on sitting, standing and coughing
  • Feeling of coldness in the limbs








Chiropractic and Osteopathy Centre Ebersberg

Sieghartstraße 3 
D-85560 Ebersberg bei München

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