“Very high levels of skill and professional manner. Clear explanations given and very practical advice”
Our dedicated team of chiropractors provides highly effective, safe and lasting relief from pains and aches. We also have a team of skilled complementary therapists who provide a range of services for your well-being.
Not sure if chiropractic care is right for you? Call 01428 642778 to book a free 20 minute appointment to discuss your problem with one of our chiropractors and find out if we can help.
Chiropractic Treatment – If you have a problem related to your muscles, bones and joints, our chiropractors will provide a detailed assessment and diagnosis of your problem, and offer treatment to relieve you of pain. Treatment is always tailored to your individual needs and preferences.
Sports Services – When participating in a sport or any physical activity, your body can be prone to various aches and pains. Sometimes, your sporting performance can also be affected by sub-optimal function of your muscles and joints. There are a number of ways that chiropractic care can help.
Babies & Children – There are many reasons why babies and children may benefit from chiropractic care. Babies can experience muscle and joint problems which stem from the position of the foetus in the womb and the birth process. As children grow older, bumps, falls, bad posture and sporting activities can be the cause of aches and pains. Chiropractic techniques for children are carefully adapted to be appropriate for their age and problems.
Care During Pregnancy – During pregnancy a woman’s body experiences many changes including her posture, shape and weight. These changes can cause aches and pains, which can often be successfully treated with chiropractic care.
Craniosacral Therapy – Cranial treatment involves finding areas that feel “blocked” or tense and correcting them with subtle techniques to create a sense of balance within the body. For many patients, craniosacral therapy is an experience of deep relaxation.
Office Ergonomics – For many people, suffering back pain and other disturbances, these can often be the root cause of a poor sitting position at work. Through adjustment of your workstation ergonomics, you can reduce the risk of back pain and repetitive strain injury.
Posture & Advice – Good posture is a key preventative measure in avoiding back pain. There are some simple things you can do to promote a better posture and make your environment and lifestyle more back friendly, helping your recovery and reducing the risk of future pain.