Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Chiropody, Sports Therapy and Massage Clinics In Bristol
Welcome to The House Clinics
Our team is “Here to make you feel better” The House Clinics Est in 1987 by Jonathan Cook to create a professional team under one roof who work together offering appropriate solutions for your painful physical conditions, so whether you’re looking for a chiropractor in Bristol, physiotherapist, podiatrist, or massage specialist, we’ve got you covered.
- Back/Leg Pain
- Neck/Arm Pain
- Headaches/Migraine prevention
- Wrist/RSI Pain
- Ankle/Foot Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Shoulder Pain
- Elbow Pain/Tennis/Golfers Elbow
- Hip/Knee Pain
Our specialist team of Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Chiropody, Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist and Sports and Remedial Massage therapists look forward to welcoming you to the clinic working together to provide the best treatment or combination of treatments to speed your recovery.
Your initial visit – consultation, diagnosis and treatment plan and report
Following a consultation and examination we will provide you with a straightforward explanation of your diagnosis and recommend an appropriate treatment plan. All of this is summarised in a report of findings which is given to you on your initial visit. Your progress will be continually monitored during the course of treatment, and posture and lifestyle advice may also be given to enhance your recovery.
If you’re suffering from pain in the back or neck, it could very well be down to the joints in your spine and limbs being restricted. If your joints aren’t moving around as they should, this can lead to injury of the muscles, nerves, as well as ligaments because of the extra strain that is placed on them.
Here at the House Clinics, our skilled chiropractors in Bristol can help to remove this extra strain by restoring normal movement to the joints. We can also manipulate the spine to encourage normal functioning of the spinal discs and help to relieve any muscle spasms.
Another typical cause of pain are trapped nerves. Not only does this affect the area local to the trapped nerve, but it can also indirectly affect other areas of the body including the shoulder and arm and from the back down to the legs.
If left untreated, restricted joint movement can eventually lead to osteoarthritis so it’s highly advisable that you seek the treatment of one of our Bristol chiropractors or physiotherapists.
It is also highly recommended that you have regular check-ups to ensure recovery and further strengthen your body against future problems.
Chiropractic treatment mainly focuses on spinal manipulation to restore your joints to full movement. Physiotherapy also aims to help restore your ligaments, joints and muscles through the use of physical manual therapy, as well as exercises that you will be able to carry out in the comfort of your home.
Our highly skilled physiotherapists will be able to provide you with all the help and advice you need, including specially designed exercises that will help to return your body to peak condition.
Find out more about our Bristol Physiotherapists here.