WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM?

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Headaches and migraines

If you’re getting more headaches than usual or have developed migraines, the chances are you could have a problem with your neck. Come in and see us and we’ll quickly be able to tell you what the cause is – and 9 times out of 10, we’ll be able to help. If we can't, we'll look at who you need to see next.

An initial consultation is just £19 – Phone 01749 674716 or email info@wellshealth.co.uk

Pain, numbness or pins & needles

Unless you’ve recently experienced an injury, any pain, numbness or pins and needles you’re experiencing is more than likely to be referred pain from an underlying muscular or skeletal problem.

If you come and see us, our series of checks will quickly show what's causing the pain, and we can discuss the right treatment to get you back to normal again.

An initial consultation is just £19 – Phone 01749 674716 or email info@wellshealth.co.uk

Exhaustion & lethargy

If you’re sick and tired of feeling tired, it’s time to get checked out. If you've already been to your GP and they can't find a cause, there’s a good chance an underlying muscular or skeletal problem is the cause.

And if it is, that’s very good news – because we can sort it out and put that spring back into your step. Pop in and see us and we’ll soon tell you what’s going on.

An initial consultation is just £19 – Phone 01749 674716 or email info@wellshealth.co.uk

Stiffness, cramps & reduced mobility

We all feel stiff now and again and the odd cramp is not uncommon, but if lack of mobility is getting you down, it’s a good idea to see what’s causing it.

Come along to see us and we’ve a range of diagnostic techniques that will quickly give us some answers. We can then recommend the best treatment plan to get you moving again – fast.

An initial consultation is just £19 – Phone 01749 674716 or email info@wellshealth.co.uk

Headaches and migraines

Pain, numbness or pins & needles

Exhaustion & lethargy

Stiffness, cramps & reduced mobility