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Spinal Rehabilitation Practitioner

A functional approach to rehabilitation is multifactorial. Long terms results through rehabilitation are obtained through focus on form, dynamic movement, re-training movement patterns, posture, stretching and corrective exercise

Spinal RehabilitationEvolutionary, humans have mal-adapted the human form and posture, and created abnormal patterns of movement and muscle memory through receptive daily routine. For example computer posture over sustained periods of time affects the tone of certain muscles, posture of the neck and mid spine, muscle memory and creates a abnormal neuro-musclar pattern. These type of postures can create neck pain, headaches and postural abnormalities that are hard to reverse without a robust rehabilitation program.

How we achieve a long term focus at Chiropractic First is by looking at the following principles:

Realignment Techniques:


Muscles, ligaments and tendons can become taught and painful over time with abnormal postures and form. The muscles are wrapped in fascia, which allows gliding between muscles and is imperative to movement. A variety of muscular and fascial release techniques help remove these obstructions to movement. e.g trigger point therapy, foam roller

Re-training how we walk, run, bend and move is important. Prolonged sitting changes our ability to hip hinge for example, and alters our biomechanics. When abnormal hip hinjing is applied to everyday bending, it can have detrimental effects upon joints, muscle and ligaments. Corrective exercises and practising movement patterns, creates long term neuro-muscular connection between the brain and the joint/muscle.

Videos are provided to clients within our “patient zone” to help you practise these movement patterns.

Spinal Rehabilitation Practitioner Results:

Meet Daniel Gausden, our Spinal Rehabilitation Practitioner

Please call 01273 324466 to discuss or book an assessment or rehabilitation sessions.


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