The Mayfair Method
We blend our treatment technologies in a unique way to help patients suffering from the conditions below, and many more.
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. 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.
The Mayfair Clinic is a specialist spine clinic, our practice method, “The Mayfair Method” was specifically developed to treat these conditions effectively, we are not a sports clinic, children’s clinic or any other general clinic, we know our expertise and we have arguably the best non-invasive approach to these conditions.
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.
Neck pain can really affect your quality of life in a bad way, and this is because it normally starts out more as stiffness than pain. Fortunately, at The Mayfair Clinic, we have the best in treatment technology to ensure we have the most well-rounded approach to treatment available.
So whether it is arthritic change, or bulging disc, or even a trapped nerve, we will find the right treatment to get you back to doing what you love in no time!
Back pain is one of the greatest causes of disability of our time. Left unchecked chronic back pain has been known to be associated with a serious drop in quality of life and even progression to conditions like depression.
Thankfully when approached with the right treatment, back pain doesn’t need to hold you back. We have fantastic treatments to combat a variety of causes of back pain with great success.
Occurring commonly in the neck or lower back, spinal stenosis can be caused by many things. Commonly we see people with spinal stenosis caused by disc problems or arthritis. In these cases, the patient will be less tolerant of inflammatory build up around the stenosis.
Targeted treatment to address the excessive inflammation and causes of the stenosis is necessary. In some cases treatment provides lasting relief, however, in degenerative cases, an element of maintenance treatment may be the most realistic option.