Frequently Asked Questions

Therapists have a lot of experience with their hands and know how to locate joints that are not moving properly. They use a quick impulse to free the joint so that it can move again. This is called an adjustment. The muscles can then start working normally and the spine will gradually return to its optimal condition.

KALP family always welcomes you wholeheartedly. We will take complete care of your problem. As correct diagnosis is the key to perfect treatment, a qualified therapist will do thorough assessment of your condition. The therapist will ask you about your problem. You will be asked about your health and medical history. Then the therapist will carry out a detailed examination of your spine and test your nerves & muscles to see if they are functioning as they should.

Your health is our priority. You’re having taken an opinion from a qualified practitioner will always enhance our treatment protocol. We, here at KALP, have a team of qualified therapists who can also diagnose your condition and guide you in a genuine way.

Yes, even if you have approached us with prescription of a qualified practitioner, we will have a complete assessment session from functional & biomechanical point of view. Your muscle strength, posture, life style, occupation etc. can affect your treatment protocols, so every minute detail is considered before starting the treatment. Hence a complete assessment needs to be done.

At KALP, your treatment would be planned based on your biomechanical & functional assessment & it will be in synchrony with your consultant’s advice (If any). In brief, it would be a team effort to realise the goal of pain relief & resolving the underlying problems.

If possible, please bring your partner with you & the reports of other relevant findings. It is good for your “support network” at home also to understand your condition. All of the information that you gave the therapist at your first visit has been carefully assessed and you will be told what has been found. Your treatment plan will be discussed with you. If you agree, you will then have your first treatment. All treatments are specific to you and are tailored to your needs.

No. Whilst pain is understandably of great concern to a patient, pain is simply a signal telling the brain that something is wrong. We can tell you what is ‘that’ wrong, provided you do not shrug your responsibility by ignoring it. Sometimes it disappears, but most often, it returns. Pain may be insidious, increase gradually, intensify, or become persistent. You can acknowledge it, face up to it or do something about it. Just under your skin, there is an expansive landscape of ingeniously constructed components. If one aspect is not functioning the way it should, it may only take the slightest adjustment to put it right. Yes, with treatment at KALP, it is possible. When a patient is experiencing a problem, pain is usually the last thing to come. Interestingly, when treatment begins, it is often the first thing to disappear.

The question should be: why do I keep on hurting myself? Pain is your friend A signal that something’s wrong. Often we take pain killers but that just masks what is going on. We deal with the cause of the problem. Think of it another way. If there is a smoke in the room and the smoke alarm buzzes, would you switch on the exhaust fan & just relax or you will find the source of smoke?

Yes! May be, your mental stress could be playing a part in your pain.

Because the body is not like a machine – replace a broken part and everything works again. If the body is damaged, then it will need time to heal. Also, there can be further consequences to the injury. For example, if you ever had a leg in plaster you will know that when the plaster is removed that leg can be very thin and weak due to lack of use. The same thing happens in the spine. If a part of the spine is not working properly, then some of the muscles will be weak. Even after an adjustment, the spine will still not be working normally because it has to “relearn” how to function normally.Each time you have an adjustment the joints improve and muscles strengthen. The body gradually regains normal function. If there is inflammation and nerve interference, this has to recover and the inflammation has to reduce. It takes time to heal.Even when the pain goes your spine is still in a fragile state. It is easy to upset it again when there is no pain to remind you of your injury.

We want you to feel the full benefit of the treatments you receive. Each treatment builds on the one before. If you miss a treatment, this will slow down your recovery.

On an average this will come out to be one hour per session.

No, we, here in KALP never believe in the concept of "no pain no gain". We treat you in a pain-free way, so as to achieve the maximum pain relief, full functional abilities & resolve the underlying problem in effective way.

No, we care for you and every patient is our primary concern, therefore special attention is paid to your condition & its treatment. Moreover, the equipments & treatment protocols here at Capri are of international standards. So, the chances of side effects are absolutely zero. The treatment is delivered with skill, precision & caution; no adverse side effects shall be there.

It’s never too late to start therapy. Nevertheless, ‘a stitch in time saves nine.

There are a few simple things that you can do to help your body remain healthy.

  • Drink plenty of water. You are like a plant-you need water!
  • Certain vitamins and minerals can help your body recover, ask your therapist for information.
  • When it’s time for your exercises, please give them your full attention and follow the instructions. They
    may seem simple, but they’re actually crucial for your recovery and future health.
  • The whole process is a partnership, it is important to follow any advice that the therapist gives you.
  • Please be assured that we have probably seen cases like yours. Many times before and only advise you on
    how to get the best results.
  • If you feel your question is still unanswered, please feel free to contact us with your specific question online
    or by phone.
  • Thank you for putting your trust and confidence in our care.

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