Joint Pain Treatment Fareham

Joint pain can be debilitating. But, it doesn’t have to be. We have a range of techniques that can help, whatever your age.

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Defeat joint pain, all over

As one of the most common medical problems, there are many potential causes of joint pain. These include:


  • Trauma including sports injuries 
  • Arthritis 
  • Inflammation
  • Strain or sprain
  • Altered biomechanics


Pain can be felt in one joint or a few, and can also be experienced alongside redness, swelling and loss of mobility. Painkillers can be used at home to provide some relief but if you really want to identify the cause and prevent it from happening again, you may need some professional support.

Treatment for joint pain

From a sore ankle or elbow to knee pain and achy hips, joint pain can be experienced all over and for lots of different reasons. This makes it crucially important that you know what you’re treating before doing anything. 


As well as a regular gentle exercise there is a lot of evidence that shows that adjustments and manual therapy can be an effective treatment for joint pain. This is because it focuses on certain areas of the body to relieve stress, restore movement and reduce stiffness.

What to expect

Your first consultation will begin with a full examination as well as a discussion about your medical history and lifestyle choices. We may need to do some further orthopaedic tests as well as carrying out some X-rays in our on-site facilities.


Once done, and we’ve identified where the problem lies, we can advise on a personalised care plan. This will be a combination of in-clinic and at-home treatments and many of our patients experience relief quickly.

We’ve helped people of all ages to get their life back on track – many of whom can’t remember a time when they weren’t suffering with joint pain. So, if you’ve had enough and want to speak to one of our experts, get in touch today.


Frequently Asked Questions

 Joint pain can be caused by a medical condition like arthritis, damage to the cartilage and inflammation of the issues. We can help diagnose this and treat most kinds of joint pain.


The movement of the bones in the spine generates negative pressure causing bubbles in the joint to pop which is the sound you may hear/have heard (a popping or ‘cracking’ noise).


Although it may look like it will hurt, most people find that the adjustment is not only painless but feels good. For some people there may be minor discomfort during, or directly after, the adjustment. This is an important part of the healing process and will usually clear up within 24-48 hours.

As well as a bespoke care plan, there are a few things you can do to ensure your body is in the best possible condition. This includes: maintaining a healthy diet, keeping active, stretching and resting.

Your specific circumstances and the results from your consultation and assessment will determine whether x-rays will be necessary. If you have any concerns at all, feel free to raise these at your consultation.

Any pain should be investigated and treated. But if your pain is getting worse or stopping you from carrying out your daily activities, it’s wise to seek help.

Consultations usually last between 30-40 minutes. 

This will depend on your individual condition and how well you respond. Be sure to complete any at-home exercises we recommend as this can speed up your recovery.

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