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Common Symptoms a Naprapth Can Help You Treat (from the head to toe)

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We offer the following treatments & prices:

Naprapathic Treatment
€ 70
40 min
Functional Screening
€ 35
20 min
After Sports Treatment
€ 40
20 min
Sports Massage (30 min)
€ 55
30 min.

Common Symptoms a Naprapth Can Help You Treat:

  • Tinnitus

    Ringing sound in your ears might be due to a lockup in the upper neck joints and / or trigger points in the muscles around the jaw and on the front of the neck.

    Treatment: We can treat tinnitus with manipulation, stretching and trigger point treatment. Please note that Tinnitus can also be caused by damage to the inner ear due to exposure to high noises, for these specific cases we are unable to treat it.

  • Jaw problems

    During the night it is quite common to bite or grate your teeth which can lead to muscle tension and pain.

    Treatment: Here we can use a splint if needed. A Naprapath can help you with trigger point treatment and acupuncture.

  • Vertigo

    Vertigo can have many different causes, and there are several different types of dizziness: unsteady vertigo gives a swaying feeling of walking on a mobile ground. This might be due to mental stress or imbalance in the coordination of sensory organs, which is common when you get older. The attacks are usually sporadic and brief. If you recognize any of these symptoms you might have Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo(BPPV).

    Treatment: We recommend that you see your doctor. Additionally, if you feel any muscle soreness or can attribute the feeling of dizziness to your musculoskeletal system, book an appointment with one of our naprapaths at SpineTeam Luxembourg.

  • Headache Due to Tension

    There are several studies conducted focusing on headache, such as migraine etc. Merikangas KR et al performed a study where they followed 600 patients over a period of 30 years. They interviewed them periodically with questions such as the character of the headache etc., and the results showed that the different types of headaches and there symptoms varied a lot over a long period of time with the same patient. There are over 30 muscles in the neck and these muscles can sometimes create headaches or lockups.

    Treatment: This is something that a naprapath at SpineTeam Luxembourg can help you with. We will use different techniques depending on where the headache is coming from. Such as acupuncture, massage, trigger point treatment, manipulation, mobilization and different types of electrotherapy (for more information about electro treatment please see treatment technique).

  • Torticollis

    If you have acute pain when you move your neck you might have a torticollis, and this is often caused by a static error of load or strain of the neck. Lockups of the vertebral column, and active trigger points can cause torticollis. Improper sleeping position can also give torticollis. It is caused by the muscles in the neck having a short position for a long time, which means that they have contracted and therefore they will send out pain as a signal that something needs to change. The pain is often associated with turning or bending your head in any direction. The most acute pain usually decreases within a few days, the torticollis might change character after a couple of days and you might just feel stiffness.

    Treatment: The naprapath will conduct a close examination to find which muscles are involved and see to your individually mobility in the vertebral column. Treatment can be performed with manipulation, mobilization, specific stretching, electrotherapy or acupuncture. Combination therapy is often used.

  • Neck Pain

    Neck pain Is often due to static sitting on your job or sleeping position. You can also have trigger point and lockups, which can give radiating pain and discomfort.

    Treatment: Here we can help you with advice on proper ergonomic positions and neck pillows. This is treated with manual treatments as Naprapath specializes in.

  • Shoulder Problems

    Shoulder pain when the arm is elevated towards the side is often due to the tendon being jammed because of a degenerative process. The tendon can become irritated and swollen and the discomfort increases more and more. The pain often increases if the shoulder is exposed to a heavy weight load. Common symptoms are pain when showering, opening the door to your car on your way out, hard to find a comfortable position during nighttime.

    Treatment: A naprapath is specialized in rehabilitation so a tailor fit rehabilitation program will be made for you there are also a lot to do in order to improve the body function manually. Shortly the clinic will invest in Shock wave machine to be able to provide the best treatment possible.
    Rotator cuff syndrome or shoulder pain:
    Inflammation and pain in various tendons around the shoulder joint are common. These often gives a strong pain when you are making certain movements. Sitting or using the same movement over and over again, typing computer, working above your head, or various types of violence, usually causes shoulder pain.

  • Repetitive strain injury (RSI)

    RSI are “injuries of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression (pressing against hard surfaces), or sustained or awkward positions”.[1] RSI is also known as cumulative trauma disorders; repetitive stress injuries, repetitive motion injuries or disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, and [occupational] overuse syndromes.

    Treatment: Usually a combination of trigger point therapy, manipulation, power and stretching. In some cases, Radial Shockwave Therapy.More information about treatment with Radial shock wave therapy will come below.

  • Frozen Shoulder

    Frozen shoulder means that the joint capsule shrivels. Because of the state that the shoulder is in the muscle around the joint becomes very tense. Frozen shoulder comes in three stages: Stage 1 freezing stage, Stage 2 frozen stage, stage 3 relaxation stage. Frozen shoulder can goes away by itself but it takes a while between one to two years.

    Treatment: With proper treatment we can reduce pain and suffering. In some cases we can treat the rotator cuff muscles with Radial Shockwave Therapy / shock wave therapy. More information about treatment with Radial shock wave therapy will come below.

  • Clavicle Pain

    Often acute from a trauma for an example an ice hockey tackle, you can also get restricted mobility. The collarbone is connected to the shoulder and the sternum joint.

    Treatment: This can be treated with manipulation.

  • Tennis Elbow

    Lateral Epicondylitis or more commonly known as tennis elbow, is a condition where the pain is located on the outside of the elbow. Most often the pain only arises when you are using it, for example carrying a grocery bag, playing tennis, or using a screwdriver etc. The result of a tennis elbow is often due to a long time of heavy stress to the elbow muscles (extensor muscles) and repetitive motion.

    Treatment: We treat tennis and golf elbow with massage, manipulation, and corrective training.

  • Golf Elbow

    Medial epicondylitis or golf elbow is the same problem as a tennis elbow but it is located on the other side of the elbow (inside). A golf elbow often hurts if you grab something. The condition usually hurts when using your arm.

    Treatment: We treat tennis and golf elbow with massage, manipulation, corrective training, acupuncture and electrotherapy.

  • Pain Between your Shoulder Blades, Neck and Lower Back

    May be due to trigger points (muscle knots), stiffness and restricted mobility in your spine. This problem often arises in connection with the monotonous / static work with your arms in front of your body, such as computer use, work as a hairdresser, or lifting improperly.

    Treatment: This can be treated with manipulation, interference power, muscle pressure, massage or acupuncture with very good results.More information about treatment with Radial shock wave therapy will come shortly

  • Wrist

    Discomfort in the wrist can occur, for example by lockups in any of the hand bones. Pain can also come by tenosynovitis. There are several variations of wrist pain, contact us to get more information about your specific problem area.

    Treatment: Treatment method is determined depending on which structures that is involved. Usually, electrotherapy, trigger point therapy, manipulation and stretching. More information about radial shock wave therapy will be listed below..

  • Back Pain and Stiffness

    Statistic shows that 80 % of people will suffer from lower back pain during some point in their lives. Research in Sweden shows that naprapatic treatment is more efficient for treating neck and back pain then the care hospitals provide (Clinical Journal of Pain: Naprapathic Manual Therapy or Evidence-based Care for Back and Neck Pain: A Randomized, Controlled Trial). The back pain depends mostly on lockups of the spine joints. It usually hurts when moving in certain positions, but not so much pain at rest. It could also hurt when you take deep breaths.

    Treatment: This is treated with manipulation in a very efficient manner. Usually it is a combination of the above conditions, ie, lockups and muscle tension. Therefore, we combine the treatment if necessary.

  • Chest Pain

    May be due to rib lockups of the the thoracic spine which then radiates to the sternum. It may also be due to tensioned chest muscle.

    Treatment: Ribs Lockups are treated with manipulation or mobilization. Painful chest muscles are treated with interference power in combination with stretching, and home exercises.

  • Respiratory Pain

    Respiratory pain can mainly be attributed to lockups of the thoracic spine or agitated trigger points in any of the rib muscles.

    Treatment: Treat with manipulation in combination with interference power.

  • Lumbago

    Acute stabbing pain often occurs when lifting something at the same time that you are poorly positioned. Lumbago usually depends on a combination of vertebral lockups and muscle spasms in the lower back. It is common that your spine becomes twisted or bent. Some back pain can be so severe that it hurts to sneeze and take deep breaths.

    Treatment: We treat acute back pain with manipulation and interference power. After that, if necessary, treatment with stretching and other appropriate muscle therapy. Before treatment begins, we perform neurological status to exclude that you have a herniated disc.

  • Pelvic Pain

    Stabbing pain in or around the pelvic joints is a common symptom, often painful when bending forward. This is caused by restricted pelvic mobility.

    Treatment: We treat this with manipulation, often in combination with interference power due to the impact on surrounding muscles

  • Walking Pain

    If you have pain located around your hip or deep pain towards your groin this can be due to acetabular damage (osteoarthritis). This can be diagnosed by manual tests and a MRI scan to confirm the diagnosis. For osteoarthritis, we can only soften the muscles of the seat to reduce the stiffness to a certain extent. Walking pain can also come from such muscle inflammation in various tendons around the hip joint. Another possible diagnosis is Trochanterit, a type of bursitis on the outside of the hip. Specific tests must be performed to know exactly where your pain comes from to give a complete treatment.

    Treatment: At diagnosis Trochanterit we deal with Shockwave Therapy / lithotripsy. If caused by fibroids, manipulation, trigger point therapy, stretching and electrotherapy treatment with be used. For more information about Radial shock wave therapy see below.

  • Trochanterit

    Inflammation of the muscle insertion/bursa on the hip that gives tenderness when you add pressure. You often have pain / discomfort when lying on the side. You might also get pain when you are walking or running.

    Treatment: With specific training massage and muscle pressure of the iliotibial band, stretching and electrotherapy. For more information about Radial shock wave therapy see below.

  • Sciatic Nerve

    Sciatica is when you feel radiating pain into the leg and this may be due to a herniated disc, i.e. disc prolapsed (pushing disc) with pressure on the nerve root, which then radiates down the leg. The location of radiating pain tells which nerves are involved. MRI or neurological tests help determine diagnosis.

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  • Fake Sciatic Nerve

    Radiating pain in the leg may also be due to muscular nerve pressure in the gluteal muscles; this condition is called false sciatica. Radiating pain in the leg can also be caused by trigger points (muscle knots) in the gluteal muscles, or lockups of the pelvis / spine joints.

    Treatment: Depending on the causal relationship, we treat false sciatica with manipulation, trigger point therapy, stretching and electrotherapy treatment.

  • Knee Pain or Ligament Injuries

    A common sports injury is stretched ligaments in or around the knee joint. With a simple examination we can establish where your knee pain comes from. Pain due to external or internal ligament injuries can often be treated at SpineTeam. These injuries usually give more pain during activity. We do manual tests to make the diagnosis.

    Treatment: Specific training electrotherapy. For more information about treatment with Radial shock wave therapy see below.

  • Jumpers Knee

    Jumpers knee is an injury to the patellar tendon. Pain that is located below the knee, (sometimes above) is usually caused by scar tissue or overexertion of the great quadriceps (thigh muscle).

    Treatment: Specific training and stretching manipulation. Radial Shockwave Therapy / lithotripsy is highly effective for this injury. For more information about Radial Shockwave therapy will come shortly

  • Runners Knee

    Iliotibial Band Syndrome is a condition that hurts on the outside of the knee. This usually (but not always) occurs to athletes who run a lot. Irritation occurs when the tendon that crosses the knees exterior side slides and creates a mechanical irritation which may cause inflammation. The symptoms are that pain usually occurs after a period of running, which gradually increases the more you run. It can increase to the point that you have to stop the run.

    Treatment: We treat runners knee with specific training massage and muscle pressure of the iliotibial band, stretching and electrotherapy. For more information about Radial shockwave therapy will come shortly

  • Heel Spurs

    Are caused by pain under the heel (plantar fascia) when walking without shoes on a hard surface. In more severe cases, symptoms may include morning stiffness and strong pain when stepping out of bed. A heel spur is an inflammation of the muscle on the bottom of the foot. The inflammation often occurs after a large amount of stress towards the foot in wrong shoes. This discomfort can last for years without going away by itself.

    Treatment: A Myofascial release to the plantar fascia, the bottom and sides of the foot. massage to the dorsal surface of the foot and taping the foot, which gives a relief.

  • Achilles Tendon

    Achilles pain is due to an inflammation, the Achilles tendon and its bursa surrounding the calcaneus bone often causes this condition. Tendinitis typically occurs after strong physical exertion of the calf muscles. Studies show vascular ingrowths. Typical for Achilles Tendinitis is that you do not have any pain when resting, just aches when the tendon is exposed to physical stress. Tenderness and swelling in the area is very common.

    Treatment: We treat Achilles tendon with manual treatment, specific training and insoles.

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