Ayr Chiropractic Centre offers a wide range of complementary therapies and treatments aimed at providing holistic care for all age groups. Please click on an individual therapy below for more information.
- fine needles are inserted in the skin at specific points along lines
of energy (meridians), to create more balance in the meridian system. Applied Kinesiology
- a system of muscle testing for evaluating the body considering structural,
chemical, emotional and energy functions of the body.
Applied Kinesiology - a system of muscle testing for evaluating the body considering structural, chemical, emotional and energy functions of the body.
Chiropractic - a collection of natural hands-on techniques to improve function of the musculoskeletal system.
CranioSacral Therapy/ Cranial Work - is based on the principle that by feeling the intrinsic flow of the craniosacral rhythm, the therapist can help relieve any restrictions in the flow of cerebral spinal fluid around the body which may be causing ill health. They often focus on the bones in the skull and any restrictions between them.
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) - An energy meridian based therapy in which specific energy meridians are ‘tapped’ at their end points to encourage emotional wellbeing.
Massage Therapy - hands on body therapy which addresses areas of muscular tension and often gives an all over feeling of health and well being.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) - a therapy which encourages the client to bring about positive change in their lifestyle.
Physiotherapy - a therapy which uses
physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, joint mobilisation and
exercise to promote, maintain and restore physical health.
Shiatsu - a healing art combining stretches, pressure and support to encourage the free flow of energy around the body.
Sunflower Method - a multifaceted approach developed originally for children with a focus on learning difficulties.
Visceral Manipulation - a gentle, hands-on therapy which considers the natural function of organs and visceral tissues.