There seems little info on Chiropractors or Osteopaths in the Eastern side of Cyprus.
Good services from Litto and St Marina clinics for general medicine but when you need a bone reset and specifically want a Chiropractor or Osteopath, there seems little mention so what info/contacts that are up to date do members have please.
Wish I had my UK Chiropractor or Osteopath near to hand as we are out here for Christmas and in need of some help and some contact details if members can suggest any ASAP please.
I used one in Larnaca, believe he also has a clinic near Paralimni. In Larnaca he's across the road from Carrefour, can't remember his name but the telephone no is 24663257. He also treats one of the football teams apparently, and I found him very helpful.
I think that the chiro that Joyce is thinking of is the one that I went and saw a couple of weeks ago, He has a practice in Larnaca (most days of the week) and also in Ormidia (Monday and Friday afternoons).
His name is George Efstathiou. Very good English.
Larnaca tel 24663257
Ormidia tel 24722411
(Anyone here old enough to remember "The Shadows" )
During a conversation today someone mentioned that they'd had two slipped discs put back in place. they'd seen 2 doctors over the past couple of years regarding back pain and been told that nothing could be done.
I recalled this thread and got the following details, hope they're of use to somebody.
His name is George, mobile 99 527 684. His office is located on a corner going away from Paralimni Police Station (opposite direction to Pop Life) - there's half a sign on an older building announcing him apparently.
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22 years ago I was told by a "conventional" medical practitioner that due to an injury to my back I'd probably be in a wheelchair by the time I was 50.
Well I'm not, due to a couple of brothers who ran an osteopathic clinic in my home town.
The treatment, over a few years, cost a pretty penny.
It still gives me trouble from time to time, but nothing like it used to!
Re the inversion therapy I mentioned earlier, I have an inversion table. I'd not be without it.
Did you know, when you are lying down you only relieve your spine of about 75% of the pressure exerted on it when standing. Inversion relieves it by 100%, allows discs to return to their normal shape and relieve the pressure they can exert on nerves.
If at first you don't succeed, lower your standards.
Qui docet discit.
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