Frequently Asked Questions
Why Are You Having Pain?
In many cases, pain is caused by ageing, joint degeneration, injury, accident, or poor posture that stresses our muscles and joints which can create misalignments in your body, strains the spine, stresses the joints, irritates the nerves, and tightens muscles which leads to chronic pain.
Bad posture can also cause your organs to be compressed by the incessant hunching in front of the computer. This compression of the spine, joints, and organs will overwork your nervous system.
Pain can also be caused by weak structures in your body. Your spine is just like the main structure of a skyscraper that provides adequate central support to your body. Likewise, the supporting infrastructure, likened to our muscles, tendons, and ligaments are the ones that will be needed in our everyday movements. When any of these structures are weak, this will cause pain.
Your pain could also be due to accidents or sports injuries which cause scar tissue formations that restrict your movement and affect your daily routine. If ignored, simple activities such as sitting, walking, standing, sleeping, or even taking off your shirt will cause you extreme pain.
The key thing is to manage your pain BEFORE you feel the pain in the first place; so, anybody, regardless of age or gender, can lead a pain-free life!
Painkillers Relieve My Pain All The Time. Isn’t That A Better Option?
It is common to pop painkillers or use pain relief patches and muscle relaxants when one feels aches and pain in his body, be it after a workout, or a long day at work. However, one needs to understand that these pain relief methods are usually temporary or short-term. The pain comes back each time the body feels the strain.
All of us know the risks of constantly popping painkillers that will probably damage our liver and kidney but some of us still do it as we do not have a choice and are unaware of other non-invasive and proven long-term options. Is it not a better idea to target the root cause of the pain first and stamp out the pain once and for all?
How Does The Body Clinic’s Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment Work For You?
More importantly, the multi-dimensional movement therapy is a combination of art and science that engages unrestricted motions with assisted resistance, waking the muscles that often get ignored. When the back muscles are strengthened and lengthened, the spine gets its much-needed support, thereby reducing and eventually eliminating your pain. At the same time, you will no longer hear creaking joints and experience muscle tightness.
Be assured of the tremendous power of the Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment as it stimulates your body’s innate healing potential, giving you long-lasting pain relief without medication, injections, surgery, or cracking of bones. Let your innate healing potential take charge instead.
What Can You Expect During Your First Visit?
During your first visit, our Pain Management Consultant will give you a top-to-toe body analysis which includes:
- Posture & Gait Analysis
- Nerves Impingement Check
- Check for Joint Mobility
- Check for Muscle Weakness
- Bone Alignment Analysis
- Check for Spinal Disc Compression
How Does The Body Clinic’s Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment Differ From Others?
The Body Clinic does not just focus on one area of pain and do symptomatic treatment but engages the whole body and finds out the root cause/s of the pain, which definitely saves you time and money. We have been seeing high success rates for the past 18 years since 2004!
Is The Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment Safe For You?
How Many Treatment Sessions Do You Need?
Our Pain Management Consultant will find out the root cause of your pain and advise you on the number of treatment sessions you would need and customize an Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment program according to your body condition.
Why Should You Visit The Body Clinic?
Also, be well taken care of by our professional team of motivating and dedicated pain management therapists who offer you undivided attention as well as insightful knowledge of human anatomy and physiology which you cannot find anywhere else.