The team at Coventry Central Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic is dedicated to empowering you and your family to achieve your true potential. We are committed to providing excellent care that meets all the needs of each patient. Our professional, qualified staff, take pride in creating a positive, family-friendly environment encouraging you to ask questions and learn about the benefits of a healthy nervous system. Many chronic ailments can be traced to spinal misalignment.
Constant back pain can also be a sign of something more serious than a strained back. We utilize the comprehensive range of diagnostic techniques including onsite Digital-X-ray facilities and Diagnostic Ultrasound Scans to evaluate your symptoms and determine a proper course of treatment. We also specialise in sports injuries and chronic pain management. Therapy administered with proven modalities i.e. IDD Spinal Therapy, Shockwave Therapy and Low level laser Therapy.
IDD Back Therapy
IDD Neck Therapy
Shockwave & Laser Therapy click for video library, treatment for conditions and injuries, from shoulder to foot 18 in all may be viewed
Highly Trained Staff
All of our chiropractors are members of the British Chiropractic Association and are registered with the General Chiropractic Council. This guarantees to the public that they are fully educated having completed a minimum of a four year full time course at an accredited chiropractic college. The principle chiropractor Maria Kibkalo DC MSc(chiro) has undergone five years medical training, and a further five years at Anglo European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth graduating with a Master ‘s of Science degree in 1999. One of the requirements for maintaining registration as a chiropractor is to fulfil ‘continuing professional development’ requirements which essentially means that all chiropractors must continue with post graduate training each year to maintain the highest standards of patient care.
Every cell in your body has a nerve that goes to it. The same nerve that goes to a muscle or skin cell also goes to the organs, glands, tissues and blood vessels in that area. Your brain, spinal cord and nerves control how all parts and systems of your body perform their functions.
A common interference to the nervous system is the 24 moving bones of the spinal column. A loss of normal motion or position of these bones can disrupt the transmission of controlling nerve impulses throughout your body.