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Chiropractic (CHIRO)

Chiropractic is a primary healthcare profession with the aim of diagnosing, treating and preventing mechanical conditions of the musculoskeletal system. We take a patient-centred approach to care and use many manual techniques such as adjustments and mobilisations, soft tissue release, stretches, and exercise in order to affect joints, soft tissues such as muscle and connective tissue and the nervous system.


During a chiropractic treatment, we will take a comprehensive history of your presenting condition, followed by a physical exam including structural and functional observations, range of motion, palpation as 

well as specific neurological and orthopaedic assessments. We consider the specific area of pain but also screen the body as a whole, looking for potential causes of pain referral or any predisposing biomechanical imbalances in order to correctly locate and diagnose the source of your pain or dysfunction.


Management and treatment decisions are based on the latest research and clinical guidelines, as well as the individual needs and preferences of the patient. Our approach to care emphasizes the importance of informed consent, shared decision-making, and collaboration between the patient and chiropractor with the aim of relieving pain and restoring function. We address any biomechanical compensations, as well as advice on activity and lifestyle modifications, as well as prescribe rehabilitative exercises to restore optimal health and wellness and get you back to the things in life you love.


Chiropractic care is an effective, safe, and natural alternative to traditional medical treatments for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, such as neck and back pain, headaches, joint pain and stiffness, sciatica, sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries, whiplash and other injuries related to motor vehicle accidents, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. We are committed to ongoing education and professional development to ensure that we are up-to-date on the latest research and best practices in our field.

Remedial Massage (RM)

Remedial massage is a therapeutic technique that involves the manipulation of soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia, in order to alleviate pain, improve mobility and function, and promote relaxation.


During a remedial massage treatment, we will assess your individual needs and use a variety of remedial techniques such as deep tissue, trigger point and myofascial release to identify and treat areas of pain and restriction, as well as offer stretches to assist you in your recovery.

Chest massage

Remedial massage is designed to balance muscular length, tension and tone which will in turn promote the return to the normal joint, capsular, and bone position; increase the circulation of blood and lymph, aid in the removal of damaged cells, scar tissue and adhesions that have resulted from the injury.


Remedial massage can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, such as back and neck pain, sports injuries and can also be helpful in managing stress and anxiety.

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Dry Needling (DN)

Dry needling is a therapeutic technique that involves the insertion of fine needles into specific points in the body known as trigger points, in order to alleviate pain and improve mobility. Unlike acupuncture, which focuses on the flow of energy through the body's meridians, dry needling targets specific anatomical structures, such as muscles and connective tissue.


Dry needling can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, such as chronic pain, headaches, neck and back pain, tendonitis, and sports injuries. It is often used in conjunction with other treatments, such as chiropractic and remedial massage,

to improve outcomes.

During a dry needling session, very thin needles are inserted into the skin at the site of trigger points or areas of muscle tension. The goal is to stimulate the body's natural healing process, release tension, and reduce inflammation. While it may sound intimidating, the needles used are very fine and typically cause little to no discomfort.

Cupping Therapy (CT)

Myofascial Decompression, also known as cupping therapy, is a natural and non-invasive treatment technique that involves using suction cups on the skin to alleviate pain, improve circulation, and promote healing in the body.


During a cupping therapy session, silicone or glass cups are placed on the skin and suction is applied to create a negative pressure environment. This suction pulls the skin and underlying tissues upward, which can help to release tension, increase blood and lymph flow, and promote healing in the affected area.

Cupping Therapy on the back

Cupping therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions, such as muscle pain and tension, sports injuries, and chronic pain. It can also be helpful in managing conditions like asthma, arthritis, and fibromyalgia.

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Assisted Stretching (AS)

Assisted Stretching is a specialized technique that combines the expertise of our skilled therapists with your wellness goals to improve flexibility, reduce muscle tension, and enhance your overall mobility.

Key Benefits:

- Improved Flexibility

- Reduced Muscle Tension

- Enhanced Recovery

- Tailored to You: Our skilled therapists customize each session to meet your unique needs and goals.

- Wellness Integration: Assisted Stretching complements other wellness services we offer, including chiropractic care and remedial massage. It can enhance the benefits of your existing wellness routine.

Unlock the potential of your body and experience the transformative benefits of Assisted Stretching at TT Chiropractic & Remedial Massage. Book a session today to discover the difference it can make in your overall well-being.

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