Let's face it. Trying to exercise with injuries doesn't let us fully enjoy our workout, AND is always limited to basic movements (unless we don't mind flaring up our condition).
Instead, why not just get rid of those annoying injuries? Like the shoulder rotator cuff pains every time you raise your arm overhead, the irritating elbow and forearm strains or that wrist pain when you get in a push up position or downward dog!
Let's take the first essential steps to get our body back in tune, From Releasing the tension or strains, to improving our mobility, flexibility, stability and strength.
My lower back problem was haunting me for a few years before it got serious last October. I can't sit or even sleep well every night, the pain was just intense. I was skeptical about chiropractic treatment initially, but after a friend's testimonial, I decided to give it a try. I don't feel a significant improvement after a few treatments however progressively over 2 months, I saw the results. I am grateful to Dr Gary's patience and advice to me, as my back pain is cured now. For those with back problems, this is the choice!
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Dr Gary Tho is a Chiropractor, Author, Speaker, Pillow Designer and the Founder of Chiropractic Works, a Pain Relief and Peak Performance Clinic in Singapore.
His clients include world champion athletes, executives, artists and busy mums - people who want and need their body to keep up with their everyday lifestyle.
For 14 years, he's helped thousands of people recover from acute and chronic aches, pains and sports injuries. He believes everyone deserves to be able to move freely and live life fully, without limitations.
"I have been getting very bad headaches and back pain for years. After your intensive and caring treatment, I have never felt this good before! My headaches are gone and I no longer wake up with an aching back. I had been a bit skeptical about Chiropractic practices in the past, but after knowing you and going through the process and treatment, I must say that those doubts in the past were irrelevant. Thank you for a job well done."