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Unit 5 9 McKay St, Turner
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Services & pricing

Vertebral radiography

$125


Unit 5 9 McKay St, Turner

$125

Canberra Chiropractic Clinic


First visit Chiropractic

$140


Unit 5 9 McKay St, Turner

$140

Canberra Chiropractic Clinic


Subsequent visits Chiropractic

$70


Unit 5 9 McKay St, Turner

$70

Canberra Chiropractic Clinic

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  • Question about Carpal tunnel syndrome

    does a operation stops pins and needles?

    Peripheral nerve entrapment, of which carpal tunnel syndrome is an example, can occur at multiple sites at the same time. In the case of CTS, we need to look at the lower neck vertebrae and muscles, the collar bone and first rib and associated muscles, the brachialis muscle, the elbow joint, the pronator teres muscle and the wrist joint. Any or all of these areas could be contributing to your experience of pins and needles in the hand.

    Ben Schutte

  • Question about Carpal tunnel syndrome

    I have tarsal tunnel. Is surgery very invasive? Are outcomes largley successful?
    What is the recovery period?

    Tarsal tunnel syndrome, may well need surgical intervention, however that should be last thing you try. Symptoms of peripheral nerve entrapment can be caused by multiple sites of compression/irritation. In the case of tarsal tunnel an assessment of the ankle joint bio-mechanics is essential. Also determining abnormal tension in posterior muscles of the leg and thigh, assessing the knee, pelvis and lumbar spine is also necessary. Exercises and stretches (nerve glides) may also help. If this type on intervention does not help, then an assessment from the orthopaedic surgeon makes sense.

    Ben Schutte

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