Audrey Yargui, DCCabinet
Chiropratique MYCHIRO, Suresnes
Move better, move more


Chiropractic is recommended in the management and prevention of many functional or pathological disorders of the musculoskeletal system, known as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). MSDs result in contractures, pain or limited mobility. 


The goal of chiropractic is not to substitute for medical treatment but to offer an alternative to surgery and medication, whenever the diagnosis makes this therapy possible. Chiropractic is also used, with proven and recognized effectiveness, in the prevention of certain pathologies such as back pain and osteoarthritis.


It is a manual medicine recognized by the Public Health Code which reserves the title of Chiropractor to professionals with a diploma approved by the Ministry of Health.

Who is it for?


Certain periods of life, certain occupations or certain sports are more conducive to overuse of joints, muscles or tendons and to the adoption of inappropriate gestures and postures.

Chiropractic is therefore particularly recommended for newborns, children, pregnant women, athletes and seniors.

The adaptation of the techniques used to the age and physical condition of each patient allows access to chiropractic care for all: regardless of age. Chiropractic care is thus particularly recommended for newborns, children, pregnant women, athletes and seniors..

Chiropractic care is also very appropriate in the workplace to avoid absenteeism.


When to consult

The nervous system controls all the functions of our body. We understand that in order to be in good health, this central computer must work perfectly.
Spinal dysfunctions, bad posture, and the positions held can have repercussions on the overall functioning of your body and your vitality. 

Spinal pain - Back pain

  • Nervicalgia (torticollis, whiplash, whiplash, etc.)
  • Back pain (pain between the shoulder blades, "intercostal neuralgia" (without neurological symptoms), etc.).
  • Low back pain (lumbago, lumbar sprains, etc.)
  • Osteoarthritis, scoliosis, herniated discs (without neurological symptoms), sciatica (without neurological symptoms), "sciatica" (without neurological symptoms), "cruralgia" (without neurological symptoms), "cervico brachial neuralgia" (without neurological symptoms), etc.

Joint pain at the extremities

  • Shoulder: Shoulder tendinitis (supraspinatus, long biceps), frozen shoulder
  • Elbow: epicondylitis, epitrochleitis, loss of strength in the hands
  • Wrist: carpal tunnel syndrome, lunate dislocation.
  • Hip: gluteal tendonitis, hip arthrosis.
  • Knee: gonalgia, wiper syndrome, knee sprain, crow's foot tendonitis
  • Ankle: sprain, achilles tendonitis, lameness...

The body as a whole

Many patients report improvements in a number of symptoms for which they may not have been seen initially. 

  • Some stress-related pathologies: Anxiety, Sleep Disorder, Some forms of Migraines...
  • Fibromyalgia 
  • Premenstrual syndrome, painful menstrual syndrome.
  • Digestive disorders 
  • Infantile Colitis 


However, current scientific knowledge does not allow us to conclude that these effects are systematic.

Chiropractic treatment is never a substitute for medical treatment, but rather a complement to it in the interest of the patient.

In case of doubt, the chiropractor will not hesitate to refer to his doctor.

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