Conditions & Symptoms

At The Mayfair Clinic, we treat a variety of conditions that can cause neck or back pain, as well as many other symptoms. Thanks to our state of the art technology we are able to treat these conditions in multiple ways to achieve success for our patients.

The Mayfair Method: Designed For Neck & Back Injuries

This is a unique treatment that combines 4 specialist non-invasive technologies to effectively treat causes of neck & back pain.

Thanks to our state of the art technology we are able to treat these conditions in multiple ways to achieve success for our patients. You’ll notice that most of these conditions are fundamental problems with the spine, resulting in neck or back pain, as well as pain down into the limbs.

If you are suffering from pain caused by any of the below, there is an extremely good chance we can help you. The best way to find out for sure is to contact us today, either by phone or email.

What We Treat

Conditions That Cause Neck or Back Pain

Although there are many conditions that can cause symptoms of neck or back pain, here are just some of the more common conditions that cause patients to visit us.

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Nerve pain travelling down the leg, commonly the back of the thigh and calf.

Slipped Disc

Slipped or bulging discs commonly occur in the lower back or neck and are “less severe” than herniated discs.


Most commonly in the last joint in the lower back L5/S1, this can be due to a defect or damage to the bones.

Trapped Nerves

Injuries causing impingement on the nerves, most commonly as the small spinal nerves are leaving the spine in the neck or back.

Herniated Disc

A more severe injury to the disc, commonly occurs in the neck or back, particularly L4/5 & L5/S1.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative or dehydrated discs are another variation of disc injuries that often have slightly more chronic symptoms.

Spinal Stenosis

Stenosis is a narrowing of a hole, it can be caused by hard or soft tissues being in the wrong place.


Commonly from car accidents or falls, often there is no bony damage, but the slow healing ligament damage is left untreated.

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Researching conditions online can be helpful at times, but if you’re experiencing back or neck pain that is not resolving the way you’d like it to, talking to an expert can help.

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4 Cavendish Square, London, W1g 0PG