This busy family orientated clinic has been established in the centre of Lymington for almost 25 years. We help patients from all walks of life from new born babies to the elderly. Chiropractic careis suitable for all, offering treatment for back pain, neck pain, headache, sports injury and many more conditions. We have three fully trained chiropractors who are all registered with the General Chiropractic Council and the British Chiropractic Association.
Wendy first discovered chiropractic after a whiplash injury to her neck: the chiropractic made her feel better! Consequently, after 30 years of nursing, she decided to change tack and studied for 5years to become a McTimoney Chiropractor. Wendy qualified in 1999, retired from being a State Registered Nurse (SRN) and has worked as a McTimoney chiropractor ever since.
Rebecca Taylor opened Cowes Chiropractic Clinic in 2002. The clinic aims to be a place where people come to have a problem solved, experience healing and become inspired to take responsibility fortheir own health and wellbeing. The practitioners work as a team to support the patients' recovery and help them to discover their body's amazing ability to heal itself.
Matthew grew up in the New Forest and spent 10 years teaching at Calshot Activities Centre. He graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic with a Master's degree in chiropractic and isregistered with the General Chiropractic Council and a member of the British Chiropractic Association. Having worked in Bristol since graduating, he moved back to the New Forest and opened Lyndhurst Chiropractic Clinic with his wife Zoë, who looks after reception and the business side of the clinic.
Some of what we offer includes: chiropractic, bowen technique, acupuncture, homeopathy, sports massage, foot healthcare and reiki. We also provide a range of luxurious pamper treatments includingswedish massage, hot stone massage, facials, indian head massage and lava shell massage. Additionally, we offer psychic readings, bach flower consultations, and reflexology.
Ryde Chiropractic & Complementary Therapies was opened in 2005 by McTimoney Chiropractor Roxanne Cussen. Over the years it has developed and expanded into a successful multi-disciplined therapy centreproviding chiropractic care plus a wide variety of other complementary therapies to residents and visitors to the Isle of Wight. It has earned a reputation for being a friendly yet professional clinic providing a route to better health to hundreds of patients.
Our professional approach, gentle chiropractic treatment and the great care we take of our patients ensure that we get the best results possible for those suffering with low back pain, neck pain andheadaches. Many people believe they will have to put up with back pain when in fact, chiropractic treatment can help you beat pain for good. Call us today for a free check to see how a chiropractor works and if we can help you. We can also help with neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain and headaches too.
Dr. Sarah Watton has been practising at the City Chiropractic Clinic in Southampton since 1994 after completing a full-time four year BSc degree at the Anglo European College of Chiropractic. Inaddition to spinal adjustments, services such as preventive health care, massage and rehabilitative exercise will help you recover optimum health and peak performance without drugs. We will demonstrate how best to care for your back, neck and other extremities to prevent further pain.
At Active Chiropractic we promote a healthy and vibrant life. With our excellent chiropractic care we help you make lifestyle choices that will get you back on track, improve your health or maintainthe health you have. Totton, Southampton chiropractor, Stephen McCarthy (Doctor of Chiropractic), is committed to providing pain relief and wellness care to help your body function as it was intended to and live a full balanced life.
An important thing to understand is that leg pain is a symptom of a problem-of something compressing or irritating the nerve roots that comprise the sciatic nerve-rather than a medical diagnosis ormedical disorder in an of itself. This is an important distinction because it is the underlying diagnosis that often needs to be treated in order to relieve sciatic nerve pain. Common causes of sciatica are a lumbar herniated disc, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease or spondylolisthesis.