Chiropractic has the main objective of rebalancing the body by identifying, correcting and possibly preventing muscle and postural dysfunctions through specific biomechanical adjustments and without the use of medicines.
Although there are no symptoms, the neuro-musculoskeletal system may not work properly, causing muscle imbalances that lead to incorrect posture and therefore inaccurate movements that can cause injuries during more or less intense workouts.
Chiropractic can help people who complain of headaches, migraines, neck pain, lower back pain, sciatica, herniated discs, fibromyalgia, gastric reflux, shoulder and foot pain. These are just some of the issues that chiropractic can help solve. It is the Chiropractor, who during the first visit can tell you if your problem is of relevance, otherwise he will direct you to the most suitable professional for your case.
DR. JEAN PHILIPPE MEERSSEMAN | CHIROPRACTIC MANAGER
Dr. Meersseman graduated in Biology in Atlanta, United States. After completing his degree in Biology, he obtained a degree in Chiropractic again in Atlanta, United States, which which he studied for 5 years.
After graduating, he returned to Italy and decided to embark on a journey in sport. He helps professional and non-professional athletes reach and achieve their best potential.
He currently works with the Cameroon national team (Champion of Africa 2017) with which he started an accident prevention project together with their CT Clarence Seedorf.
He is an active member of the International Association of Chiropractors and of the Italian Chiropractors Association and of the ECU (European Chiropractic Union).
He follows seminars on the techniques of Applied Kinesiology, Gonstead, Sacro-Occipital Technique and Thompson and functional neurology.