“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

— Thomas Edison

Back Pain

Over 80% of the population will suffer from some form of lower back pain at some point in their lives. Most cases can be linked to a general cause.

Neck Pain

Most episodes of neck pain are due to a muscle strain or other soft tissue sprain.This type of injury can also be caused by a sudden force.


Various physical treatments are often used instead of, or in addition to, medications to treat headaches. Evidence from controlled trials..


An excessive curve of the spine. The spine has a natural curve when viewed from the side, but should be straight when viewed from front-on.


The neck pain from whiplash, which is usually worse with movement, does not always start immediately — it may take several days to come on.

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are generally in the form of damage to soft tissues such as ligaments, muscles, tendons, nerves, joints and connective tissue.

Postural Overload

Sitting slumped over a desk with the head carried forward of the shoulders, can put strain on the muscles, discs, ligaments and joints in the neck.

Disc Bulge or Slipped Disc

A condition resulting in back pain and possibly nerve root irritation.The medical term for this is disc herniation.


BPPV is a brief, intense episode of vertigo occurring because of a change in the position of the head.

Balance Disorders

Balance and processing disorders can effect our ability to complete a range of activities in our day to day lives.

Who can we help?

Everyone.  The great thing about conservative spinal management is that there are no absolute contra-indications to our care.  However, there are definitely some contra-indications to some techniques in some patients.  The great thing about TASC is that we are an inclusive practice, so young, old or in between, in pain or just wanting to move towards a healthier lifestyle there is a place for you at TASC.