"Health is like money. We never have a true idea of its value until we LOSE it." Josh Billings
Daniel Cheung BSc DC CCEP CHIROPRACTOR
Daniel Cheung graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 1991. He has been working in South Norwood since 1996. His priority is getting the structure of the body adjusted to the best of his ability but also keeping an eye on the holistic aspect of health.
He has taken the post graduate certification in extremities (problems with the arms and legs) and also the post graduate certification in Neuro Emotional Technique. (N.E.T.)
He has studied Applied Kinesiology extensively and continues to attend seminars annually.
Daniel is married with two sons. His outside interests include Martial Arts especially Aikido which he has also taught. Currently he enjoys Indoor Wall Climbing and Swimming.
This includes the alignment of bones, joints, tendons and muscles etc. If these structures are misaligned, this causes pressure on nerves, leading to altered function and with time pain will build up. The spine is a common place for misalignment to occur as all the nerves pass from the brain through the spine to get to the rest of the body. Therefore as chiropractors we adjust the body to correct this “subluxation”. With pain/discomfort we often compensate in the way we move, with arms and legs becoming an issue too therefore we often treat the whole body.
“We are what we eat” – but actually we are what we can digest and assimilate. Most of us have had a stomach bug before, maybe from foreign travel or contaminated food. This causes the imbalance to occur in the gut, whereby the “good bacteria”, as seen in TV adverts, get pushed away, allowing bad bacteria and fungus to proliferate. The stomach therefore is not working efficiently. The immune system will kick in and work overtime to continuously fight the multiplying bugs. This is the typical Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Using vitamins, minerals and herbs to eliminate the bugs we can thereby improve the function of the gut. This then allows the immune system to concentrate on fighting new infections that may come along.
The brain is like a box full of our memories and experiences. Certain memories can still plague the individual. It is common to hear patients say that whenever they get stressed, tension goes straight to their shoulders. This emotional stress can therefore prevent the shoulders from improving and causing shoulder problems to return. We use a technique called Neuro Emotional Technique (www.netmindbody.com) to address the stress issue.