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[ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by Lev » Sat Jun 15, 2013 8:32 am

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Chiropractor in Hua Hin
Chiropractor Vincens Steen has announced to us that he will be visiting Hua Hin on a regular basis to meet the demand of patients who need chiropractic care.

He is based in Pattaya in his clinic there. Vincens is a fully certified chiropractor by the Swedish government of health.

Available on weekends in Hua Hin - contact 084 5365855 for booking and more information.


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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:00 pm

Hi all, Im Chiropractor Vincens Steen. Depending on the demand, I will go to Hua Hin about every other weekend to see patients there. Im set up in a hotel in soi 67 when Im there, and I can treat every patient 2-3 times during the weekend.

Whether it's back- or neck pain, sports injuries, children's colic, posture and physical performance, headaches and migraines, or you simply need a check up before or after a long plane trip - I'm dedicated to bring remedy to any and all of your problems.

My rates are different from my my normal clinic rates, but actually not more expensive pr treatment. 3000 baht flat rate pr patient.

Treatment program consists of joint manipulation, trigger point therapy, soft tissue techniques, as well as specific stretching and rehabiliation exercises to prolong effect of treatment and prevention of reoccurring dysfuntions.

Call me anytime on 08 4536 5855 if you have any questions at all, and for booking. Have a great day,

Kind regards, Vincens

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by JW » Wed Jun 19, 2013 4:03 pm

Hi Vincens,

Have struggled with golfers elbow for many years, it neve gets so bad that I can play but I worry that in time it may. My pain runs on the inside part of my elbow, is this something you have treated before.

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Thu Jun 20, 2013 2:22 am

JW wrote:Hi Vincens,

Have struggled with golfers elbow for many years, it neve gets so bad that I can play but I worry that in time it may. My pain runs on the inside part of my elbow, is this something you have treated before.

Cheers,

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Hi JW! Golfers elbow is certainly a condition that can be helped with chiropractic approach. Usually there is a chronic state of inflammation locally, and often we can see a spinal dysfunction in the neck - in the segment where the nerve root that branches out to the muscles around the elbow. I treat golfers on a regular basis in Pattaya, and even when they get relief I have to put the brakes on as they cant wait to get back on the course. Inflammation conditions take time to heal, and we should expect a gradual improvement. And not rush back into full activity.

In other words, chiropractic treatment can first and foremost enable your own body to heal itself by eliminating the underlying dysfunctions. As well as treating symptomatically (local); elbow joint and surrounding soft tissue.

Kind regards, Vincens Steen

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by JW » Thu Jun 20, 2013 4:12 pm

Hi Vincens,

Thanks for the info, what yiu say makes sense as i do get soreness in teh neck regualrly too. I will work out when i can meet (maybe weekend of the 29th) and you can see what you can do. i am playing golf 3 days next week and it usually hurts more after that!

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by Hobiecat » Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:46 pm

Hi Vincens,

I'm a regular visitor to a chiropractor in BKK called "D Spine" who also has a number of licensed expat Dr's. Just wondering what your package deal might be for say 10 visits. Although I have to travel to BKK anyway this may save me sometime in the big city if your going to be in HH on the weekends. I'll gladly provide you with the BKK pricing if you care to PM me.
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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:40 am

Happy to answer any questions here about chiropractic.

About appointments, I think it will probably work best this way: People who are interested in me coming there, give me a call and we look at the upcoming weekend and the next after that to see what is suitable. I need 2-3 booked patients to make the trip down.

Hobiecat - i send u PM about your question.

Kind regards, Vince

Edit: Getting PM rights soon :) Hobiecat, call me anytime and we can discuss this.

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Fri Jun 28, 2013 1:00 am

Im coming to Hua Hin Friday 5th of July. (In Thai: July number 5!!)

I have time for more patients, so feel free to give me a call for information and booking. 084536 5855

Kind regards, Vince

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by tonymaroni » Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:23 am

3000 Baht sounds expensive. I pay 1000 Baht in Bangkok.

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Fri Jun 28, 2013 11:34 am

Tony said: 3000 Baht sounds expensive. I pay 1000 Baht in Bangkok.

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Hi Tony,

3000 baht is for 2 to 3 treatments during that time. With the convenience that im in the area :)

So maybe not so bad after all?

If u are on a budget, im open to come to a solution! Just give me a call, and we shall work it out.

You are certainly welcome to come to my clinic as well in Pattaya, where u will get the same price as in BKK, if u are ever in these parts.

Kind regards, Vincens

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by tonymaroni » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:56 am

MrDC wrote:Tony said: 3000 Baht sounds expensive. I pay 1000 Baht in Bangkok.

Tony


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Hi Tony,

3000 baht is for 2 to 3 treatments during that time. With the convenience that im in the area :)

So maybe not so bad after all?

If u are on a budget, im open to come to a solution! Just give me a call, and we shall work it out.

You are certainly welcome to come to my clinic as well in Pattaya, where u will get the same price as in BKK, if u are ever in these parts.

Kind regards, Vincens
Does sound more reasonable. Thanks for clarification. Some of us could use just an occasional tune up though (one adjustment). I will call to see if we can work something out, if I'm in the need when you are heading down this way. Thanks again.

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by musungu » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:45 am

I use an excellent Osteopath who has a lot of business from the Asian Golf Tour, but he goes away for about 3 months each summer to France - so about tp go !

I am not sure about this Bht3,000 for 1-3 treatments, my experience with Osteopaths and Chiropractors in many countries, is that they charge for each visit, and usually about Bht1,500 or FX equivalent if overseas. I have often just needed one visit?
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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Sat Jun 29, 2013 3:15 pm

Hi all, thank you for your valuable feedback!

In MOST cases, 2-3 treatments are optimal for acute problems - and for chronic conditions it's a good way to start off a more long term treatment plan. I would not set up a model that wasn't ethically sound.

For a check up or "maintanence" purpose however, 1 treatment is sufficient.

This is my standard plan for Hua Hin now. Maybe i will change it up in the future. Like always, you are all welcome to call me anytime where we can discuss certain conditions and needs, and perhaps set up an individual model. Im flexible and easy to get along with :)

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by MrDC » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:27 pm

Hi all, Im coming to Hua Hin again on Friday 19. July and staying the weekend for "old and new" patients who need chiropractic treatment.


As always, i can be reached any time if you have any questions and for booking.

Have a nice weekend everyone,

Vince

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Re: [ADVERTORIAL] Chiropractor in Hua Hin

Post by poosmate » Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:09 am

I wanted to make a booking for this weekend. I have sent a pm several days ago and it has not been read. I have tried to telephone but only get callback service.
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