Chiropractic Treatment of Aches and Pains in the Legs

Aches and pains in the joints of the legs can be helped by chiropractic care. Ankle and knee problems can be helped with a combination of chiropractic care and rehabilitation exercises. Foot problems can be helped with orthotic therapy.

Chiropractic care includes soft tissue work and adjustments to restricted joints. It aims to encourage improved function and movement in the joints and muscles of the injured area. Rehabilitation exercises of weak and tight muscles can also be used. At Total Chiropractic we also have the option of using orthotic therapy, in which custom made prescription shoe insoles can be used to correct any loss of arch in the feet and correct faulty foot biomechanics to help take stress and pressure off joints in the feet.

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What is involved in Chiropractic treatment?

Chiropractors are trained to diagnose, treat and prevent mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal (muscle and joints) system. At Total Chiropractic we use adjustments to the spine and joints of the body, soft tissue therapy and advice on exercises and posture to help treat your problem and to try and help prevent your problem from reoccurring.

Each patient has their own individual treatment plan with advice and exercises tailored to them to help them get the best results from their package of chiropractic care.

Need further information

If you would like to speak to a Rosie before making an appointment you can contact her on 01635 791301 or email her on If you would like to talk in person you can book a free Chiro Chat appointment (a free, 20 minute, no obligation appointment where you can discuss your problem with me and ask questions and I can see if chiropractic care could help you before committing to a course of chiropractic care.

Making an Appointment

You can book an appointment in several ways;

You can book online by clicking here.

By phone  – Just call Total Chiropractic on 01635 791301



Bronfort; Effectiveness of Manual Therapies: the UK Evidence Report, 2010.