Bexleyheath Chiropractic Clinic was opened in 1995 and has grown steadily. We treat on average, 140 patients each week. Most of our patients are enthusiastic about our service and recommend friendsand family. We are always happy to see people for ‘free chats' in order to help a person who may be uncertain about their problem or undecided about the best treatment for it. There is a satellite clinic attached to Bexleyheath in Tonbridge in Kent.
Blackfen Chiropractic Clinic started as a result of Ingrid and C.T. approaching the Days Lane Dental Practice about providing chiropractic care in Blackfen and the surrounding areas. The clinic issituated in a quaint bungalow within Days Lane Dental Practice. Blackfen Chiropractic Clinic opened its doors to patients in January 2012 and it will aim to embed itself within the community. Our aim is to deliver a caring, professional and effective health care service to our patients.
Registered with the General Chiropractic Council and member of the McTimoney Chiropractic Association and British Medical Acupuncture Society. Maurice uses the McTimoney technique, a gentle holisticform of chiropractic, which may help a wide range of joint, muscle and nerve problems, relieving pain, improving mobility and general wellbeing. It is gentle and comfortable to receive, making it suitable for people of all ages including during pregnancy. Please see 'Chiropractic' for more information.
Providing Chiropractic services for Chislehurst and its surrounding areas, Chislehurst Chiropractic aims to serve its patients with exceptional care and first class service. We previously providedcare at the Blackheath Hospital, however due to our exciting expansion we are now able to offer extra appointments at our Chislehurst Clinic.
Chiropractic Health Centres have 2 clinics, one based in Blackheath and one in Orpington. Our Chiropractors are highly qualified and have over 56 years' combined experience. The partnership consistsof three Chiropractors, each having their own area of specialisation and expertise. The practices have welcomed over 10,000 patients since our doors first opened.
Terry Chimes D.C., a registered Chiropractor, first established the practice in 1994 in South Woodford. With the help of years of excellent service from a dedicated staff the clinic has grown rapidlyand is now one of the busiest chiropractic clinics in Europe. The aim of the practice has always been to change the way people think about their health. Not to ‘learn to live with their pain' but to find out how to rid themselves of their pain, and then keep things that way.
The Orpington Chiropractic Clinic has been serving Orpington and the surrounding areas for over 25 years. The chiropractors at the clinic are concerned with the framework of bones that allow themuscles of the body to function (the musculoskeletal system). By helping the musculoskeletal system to work properly, chiropractors can play a major part in relieving disorders and the pain and discomfort that go with them.
Chiropractic Health Centres have 2 clinics, one based in Blackheath and one in Orpington. Our Chiropractors are highly qualified and have over 56 years' combined experience. The partnership consistsof three Chiropractors, each having their own area of specialization and expertise. The practices have welcomed over 10,000 patients since our doors first opened.
Chiropractic is a profession which specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions which are due to mechanical dysfunction of the joints, and their effects on the nervous system.Chiropractors use their hands to adjust the joints of your spine and other parts of the body where signs of restriction of movement are found. This improves mobility and relieves pain. The treatment is known as an 'adjustment' or manipulation.
Chiropractors specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions which are due to mechanical dysfunctions of the joints and their subsequent effects on the nervous system. Chiropractors use theirhands to adjust the joints of the spine and other parts of the body where evidence of restrictive movement is found. This treatment is referred to as an 'adjustment' or manipulation and aims to improve mobility and relieve pain.