I couldn’t recommend you more and appreciate your thorough and effective approach. It seems as if your expertise goes beyond classical chiropractic, which helps to remove the problem not only for the short term but also going forward.
Karen was the nicest human & made me feel better after just one session. I came in with a lot of pain and she knew exactly what to do to leave me walking normally after an hour. Best chiro experience I’ve had. Highly recommend seeing her!
Chiropractors help with Migraine prevention and treat some of the most common headaches, such as Cervicogenic Headaches. Chiropractors provide manual treatment methods to help relieve tight neck muscles due to stress and tension in your neck, shoulders and back. Headaches resulting from trauma or imbalanced musculature are also known to respond well to Chiropractic treatment.
Many people suffer from headaches, however some people suffer far more than they should and are unaware that chiropractic treatment could help.
Cervicogenic headaches are commonly treated by chiropractors. They originate from dysfunctional joints in the neck and imbalanced muscles in the head, neck and shoulders. Cervicogenic headaches usually present, as a chronic, one sided headache in which pain originates in the cervical spine (neck) and refers into the head. They are usually felt in the back of the head referring over the sides of the skull and behind the eye (usually just one eye).
Cervicogenic Dizziness is experienced when there is a combination of neck problems which is often associated with vertigo like symptoms originating from the neck region. This is often experienced when the neck position is changed. Chiropractic can help with the treatment of some causes of dizziness.
At KH Chiropractic we are regularly consulted regarding neck pain treatment. To book your free 15 minute consultation regarding your neck pain and to find out what treatment is suitable for you call 0203 633 0565.
Neck pain can be subdivided into two main categories ‘Acute Neck Pain’ and ‘Chronic Neck Pain’. Acute neck pain is usually pain which has been present for less than 3 months whereas ‘Chronic neck pain’ is usually in excess of 6 months.
Whiplash associated disorders can occur from any sudden movement such as slips, falls and car accidents. Whiplash prevents the joints of the neck gliding smoothly as they should do with their self-lubricating joints and instead the joints are forced together damaging the surrounding area, which includes nerves, muscles, ligaments and discs.
Shoulder problems are one of the most common reasons people visit KH Chiropractic here in Aldgate, London. Treatment options for conditions such as frozen shoulder and rotator cuff injuries and many more are assessed at the clinic and appropriate treatment discussed.
Extremity conditions refer to those joints not directly connected to the spine such as Ankles, Knees, hips, shoulders etc. Although chiropractors are commonly consulted regarding back and/or neck complaints they also frequently treat other joints of the body and joint pain.
There are two classes of Lower Back Pain acute and chronic. Acute Lower Back Pain generally existing for under 3 months, whereas Chronic Lower Back Pain has usually been present for 6 months or longer.
Osteoarthritis is most commonly found in the elderly and over 50’s, however it can occur earlier if the hip has been affected by another condition. It may arise spontaneously or be secondary to previous trauma with associated instability.
During pregnancy the body changes to accommodate the growing foetus and prepare for childbirth. This can influence how comfortable you feel. Find out how Chiropractic treatment pre and postnatally could help you.
Birth is physically demanding for babies, who play an active roll in the process. If intervention, eg forceps, ventouse, c-section is required, additional forces are applied. Gentle chiropractic techniques such as cranial treatment can help relax babies.
Karen graduated with a Masters of Chiropractic Degree. She is most well known for treating postural related injuries, sports injuries, pregnancy related musculoskeletal problem, paediatrics and children. She treats complaints relating to the muscles and bones of the entire body.
Dr Karen Habershon graduated from the prestigious Anglo-European College of Chiropractic following a 5 years Masters of Chiropractic Degree. She uses a variety of techniques including Diversified, CCEP techniques, Activator and Taping. Her additional CCEP (Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner) qualification provides additional knowledge into the diagnosis and treatment of various extremity (hips, knees, ankles, shoulder, elbows etc) and sports injuries.
Working with Athletes
Karen’s sports experience includes working with teams and individuals such as:
New Zealand Rugby League team
London Wasps Colts
Premier League football Players
Football Academy preparing talented young players for the world of professional football
In addition to her clinical work she enjoys the on the spot decision making pitch-side work brings, as well as those more subtle adjustments demanded to:
Fine tune athletes
Help them overcome injury
Return to play
Working in the Pregnancy & Paediatrics field
Karen has spent extra time studying the treatment of pregnant women and paediatrics (babies), in addition to experience working in a clinic which attracted a large number of pregnant patients and paediatrics. She enjoys helping pregnant women achieve a more comfortable pregnancy and helping to relax babies into a more settled start to life. Here are a few common complaints new parents have consulted her with:
Excessively crying babies
Babies who don’t appear to be reaching milestones
Lack of sleep for mother and baby
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Hazel provides locum cover for KH Chiropractic in West Wickham and Aldgate Chiropractic Clinic. She graduated from the worlds renowned Anglo-European College of Chiropractic with a Masters in Chiropractic which has lead to her continuing with her special interest in working with babies and children.
Her previous career was in the field of childcare where she gained extensive experience with children of all ages, including children with special needs. Hazel also worked using massage therapy with children and adults with special needs and came to realise the benefit that manual therapy can have for people of all ages and abilities.
Hazel enjoys working with people of all ages and gives all her patients the opportunity to actively participate in their care by creating a healthy body and lifestyle.
As Hazel has progressed with her career in manual therapy she has noticed how relieving tension and allowing the body to function better can have a profound effect on someone’s life, which has led her to further her knowledge by training as a chiropractor. She believes that people of any age should have the opportunity to reach their full potential and feels that chiropractic care may help by relaxing and fine tuning the body.
Registered with the General Chiropractic Council (03522) and a member of the British Chiropractic Association.
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