HeadWay Clinic offers evidence based chiropractic services in Sudbury to help patients with pain complaints. Common complaints treated by Dr. Jakelski include low back pain, sciatica, neck pain, headaches, postural strain, and chronic pain involving many areas or the entire body. Chiropractic treatment can help decrease or relieve pain, maintain or improve range of motion and improve quality of movement. Treatment plans aim to restore function and motion to the body through hands-on manual therapy, lifestyle education, acupuncture, and exercise prescription. Dr. Jakelski encourages patients to be active in their own treatment plans.
HeadWay Clinic provides a multi-disciplinary approach to care with massage therapy, yoga therapy, personal training and a gym.
Counselling is offered to address chronic pain and difficulties managing ongoing pain-related difficulties by providing appropriate tools and knowledge to help overcome and better manage the barriers of pain physically and mentally.
What is chiropractic care?
Chiropractic treatment is widely understood to be a safe and non-invasive therapy to treat, correct, and prevent pain and injuries.
Treatment plans aim to restore function and motion to your body through hands-on manual therapy, lifestyle education, and exercise prescription. Chiropractic care is effective in treating many disorders of the body involving the joints, muscles, nerves, tendons, and ligaments. It is used to treat a variety of injuries resulting from sports and leisure activities, motor vehicle accidents, and workplace injuries.
What modalities does a chiropractor use?
With what can a chiropractor help me?
Chiropractic care is effective in treating many disorders of the body involving the joints, muscles, nerves, tendons, and ligaments. It is used to treat a variety of injuries resulting from sports and leisure activities, motor vehicle accidents, and workplace injuries.
Do you have to crack my back?
No! There are a variety of other treatment modalities that our chiropractor uses to restore motion to your spine.
How long does it take to get an appointment?
We aim to accommodate new patients within a day or two, if not the same day.
What happens at the first appointment?
Dr Jakelski will conduct a comprehensive initial assessment of your pain complaint. This will include a thorough health history and hands-on physical examination, including functional testing. Concluding the examination, she will explain your condition and recommend treatment, as well as any further testing that may be required.
Dr. Natasha Jakelski
Doctor of Chiropractic
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