Chiropractic (Manual Physiotherapy):

Our physiotherapists are able to combine quality therapeutic exercise with manual techniques such as manipulation to provide the BEST care for many neuro- musculoskeletal problems. And this manipulation is skilled in one programme called manual therapy which they design according to the pain and condition of the patient.

Our doctors are trained to provide manipulation to patients. In fact, it’s our physiotherapist who is putting out the research to identify the patients who are likely to benefit from manual therapy.

Manual Practice is based on the principle that spinal joint misalignments interfere with the nervous system and can result in lower resistance to disease and many different conditions of diminished health.

Doctors of Manual Practice specialize in treating Neuro-musculoskeletal conditions, which contribute to the majority of neck, shoulder and back pain; these are often a result of long hours spent in front of a computer and poor postural habits. Manual Practice is a natural, gentle way to reduce pain, without the need for drugs or surgery. Treatments are relatively quick, with an average adjustment lasting only 15 minutes. Most patients see changes even after the first treatment.

Conditions covered under manual therapy:

  • Low back pain
  • Radiculopathy/ radiating pain
  • Whiplash and other neck pain
  • Headache
  • Stress reduction
  • Disk Herniation’s / Prolapse
  • Strains and sprains from daily activities
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Work and sports-related injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Restricted movement in the back, shoulders, neck or limbs
  • General health and well-being
  • Extremity joint pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Elbows pain
  • Wrists pain
  • Knees pain

Question : How are we different?

At KRV Manual Practice , we select our Doctor’s based on their educational standards, talent and expertise as well as their passion about helping people. When people are in pain, they want quick relief and therefore we have made it very easy for them to receive treatment. We don’t routinely require x-rays, thus we can get started on the treatment immediately. Our approach is very straight forward and it is not necessary to sign up for a lot any long term packages. If we had to sum it up in one sentence on why we are different, the answer is: We care and have your best interest in mind.

Question : Your expectations on first visit?

For many people here in India, Manual Practice is a new Art and Science and many of our new patients have questions or concerns about their first visit. We have therefore created this page to give you a better insight and hopefully answer some questions you may have.

Question : Will it hurt?

The answer is no, it actually feels great! We are aware that you are most likely in pain when you are reading this and it is only natural to be afraid of anything that could potentially increase your pain. If you read through our testimonials, you will see that our treatments feel comfortable and many people leave our clinic feeling better even after just one visit.

Question : Will I have to come for the rest of my life?

The answer to that one is simple as well. Our first responsibility is to help you with you presenting health complaint. Once you reach a stage where you are pain free you can decide how you would like to handle your health care. Some of our patients feel so great that they want to come see us periodically for overall wellness, while others choose to discontinue their treatment once they are out of pain. The choice is certainly yours.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What’s wrong with me?
  • How much will it cost?
  • Do I have to keep coming back for treatments?
  • Are Manual Practice (Manual Physiotherapy) safe and do they hurt?
  • What are the benefits of Manual care(Manual Physiotherapy)?
  • How long will it take?
  • Why is Manual care (Manual Physiotherapy) so important as we are getting older?
  • When should I see a Doctor of Manual Practice (Manual Physiotherapy)?
  • Does Manual care (Manual Physiotherapy) require a referral from a Medical Doctor?
  • Does Manual Practice (Manual Physiotherapy) are require X-rays?

Question : What’s wrong with me?

Manual Practitioners doctors (Manual Physiotherapist) are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of soft tissue injuries and abnormalities common to the spine, extremities and rest of body.

Accurately identifying the cause of spinal pain or other discomfort almost always requires a thorough consultation and examination. Individuals should not assume their pain stems from the same problem, for example, their neighbour had, and thus what has helped their neighbour will help them. Just as every individual is unique and different from the next, so too are the health conditions they suffer and the treatments they require.

Manual Practitioners doctors (Manual Physiotherapist) are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of soft tissue injuries and abnormalities common to the spine, extremities and rest of body.

Question : How much will it cost?

Costs vary and generally depend on the number of treatments required to effectively treat your condition. A number of studies have shown that Manual Practice (manual physiotherapy) care is extremely cost effective when compared to other “medical” forms of care for similar conditions.

Question : What are the benefits of Manual Practice care?

There are endless benefits to Manual Practice care, listed below are only a few examples:

  • Provides relief from headaches, neck and back pain
  • Relieves pressure from a prolapsed / herniated disk
  • Helps with tingling, numbness and muscle weakness
  • Improves posture and overall well being
  • Helps to prevent work-related muscle and joint injuries
  • Leads to enhancement of athletic performance
  • Improve your flexibility and range of motion
  • Manual Practice increases health and well-being

Question : Why is Manual Practice (manual physiotherapy) care so important as we are getting older?

As we age, spinal discs, facet joints, ligaments, muscles and other spinal tissues become weaker, less hydrated, more fibrotic, and less able to withstand normal stresses. As a result, spinal pain from spinal degeneration (arthritis) becomes more prominent, tissue injury from relatively harmless events occurs, and the time to heal from injuries increases.

Through the use of gentle adjustive and mobilization techniques, physical therapies, and incorporation of stretching and exercise programs spinal pain is reduced, spinal stresses are decreased, flexibility and mobility are improved and degeneration is minimized

Question : Do I have to keep coming back for treatments?

Once we have eliminated your pain and rehabilitated the injured tissues we do recommend that you maintain a schedule of periodic spinal checkups. Like your dentist and like many of the medical experts are now recognizing, prevention is the key to reducing recurrences of existing health conditions and minimizing new injuries in the future.

So the answer is yes, we want you to keep coming back, but just periodically. Periodic Manual practice (manual physiotherapy) care minimizes spinal and nerve stresses, reduces recurrences of old injuries, prevents new injuries from developing, and minimizes degenerative processes, which enhances overall health and wellness.

Question : Are Manual practice (manual physiotherapy) treatments safe and do they hurt?

Manual practice (manual physiotherapy) treatments are extremely safe for individuals of all ages – from infants to 100 year olds. Our treatments are safe because we only use natural and non-invasive methods of care. Research consistently shows that care from Manual practitioners (manual physiotherapist) is among the safest care available and is literally light years ahead of traditional medical care in terms of “safeness”.

The treatments themselves are generally not painful. In fact, most patients look forward to their treatments as many experience instantaneous relief immediately afterwards. Individuals who present with moderate to severe pain may experience some minor discomfort for obvious reasons; however, care is always gentle, safe and noninvasive.

Question : When to consult a Manual practice (manual physiotherapy) ?

Eight out of ten people will experience back or neck pain at some point in their life and at least one third of population will have back pain at any given time. For many people, the pain can keep them from working, going to school or even simple daily activities. If the pain causes an interruption or restriction of your daily activities you should consult with a Doctor of Manual practice (manual physiotherapy).

Question : Does Manual practice (manual physiotherapy) care require X-rays?

X-rays can play an important role in diagnosis and are taken when a need has been determined, after taking a patient case history and conducting a physical examination. Most often it will not be necessary to take x-rays, but if you have old ones at home, bring them with you to your fist office visit.

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