Can We Help?

Chiropractors are best known for treating joint and muscle disorders, particularly back and neck pain. At our clinic we treat people for a wide range of spinal issues and related problems: e.g. the joints and muscles of the shoulders, arms and legs. If you’re not sure, please just ring and ask.

On your first visit to our clinic you’ll have a thorough consultation and examination. We’ll explain to you what seems to be going wrong (diagnosis). If we think you could benefit from Chiropractic treatment we’ll explain what we plan to do and advise you on things you can do to help yourself. Importantly you’ll want to know how long your treatment is likely to take, and how much it is likely to help (prognosis).

Our first concern is always to try to reduce your pain. In the longer term we want to try to find the source of the problem. We’ll always show you some quick and easy stretches so you can help yourself on th road to recovery.

Chiropractic requires a long and thorough education with extensive practical training. Chiropractic is a State Registered Health Profession, like Dentistry and Medicine. The use of the title “Chiropractor” or “Chiropractic” is governed by law to individuals like ourselves, who are Registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC).

Professionally, Chiropractors are entitled to use the title of “Doctor of Chiropractic” just as dentists are entitled to use the title “Doctor of Dentistry”. At our clinic we choose not to use the “Dr” title to avoid confusion.

Not just Backs and Necks!

It’s a fact, most people see us about back and neck pain. But everything is connected to the spine by the spinal cord, nerves, muscles and fascia. So whether it’s your hip, knee or elbow, don’t just put up with pain and stiffness.


There is good published evidence of the beneficial effect of manual therapy for back and neck pain and sports injuries, but less so for other conditions.

How we can help?

We use a wide variety of tried and tested treatments to reduce pain and restore flexibility and circulation. We show you stretches to keep the tissues moving. This really helps your own body to get on with the healing process.

This whole body approach concentrates on getting you back to your best, we call it  postural balance With good posture you don’t just move better, you feel better and definitely look better too.

Every part of the body is connected to the spine.