Hip and Knee Arthritis
Are you or anyone you know suffering with hip or knee pain due to osteo-arthritis?
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the UK, affecting an estimated 8.5 million people.
In people affected by osteoarthritis, the cartilage (connective tissue) between their bones degenerates over time leading to stiff and painful joints. The hip and knee are two of the most frequently affected joints.
Osteoarthritis often develops in people who are over 50 years of age. However, it can develop at any age as a result of an injury or another joint-related condition.
Research shows that pain in the hip and knee that is caused by osteo-arthritis, can be successfully improved with chiropractic care (Brontfort Report, 2010). Treatment involving gentle joint mobilisation and muscle work can help relieve pain and stiffness and improve mobility.
Book today to see if you or a friend can benefit from chiropractic, if you mention “condition of the month” then you will receive a special rate of £45 (usually £57) for the initial consultation and first treatment if appropriate.