Please note: Although the clinic itself is closed on certain days there is ALWAYS someone manning the phone so please do ring us at any time if you would like to make an appointment or ask for moreinformation. Chiropractor Catherine Owers will be leaving the Malvern Surgeries at the end of April as she has the exciting opportunity of taking over her Cheltenham Clinic as Clinic Director full time.
Joanna has been a qualified chiropractor since 2001, having studied for 4 years at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Abingdon, Oxford. She also has a degree in nursing and is a First Aider.Joanna has been a member of the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) since 2001. Her membership number is 01663.
McTimoney Chiropractic is a safe and effective treatment for many types of musculo-skeletal problems. Its aim is to realign and balance the body over a series of treatments, to gently allow your bodyto be and feel straighter. It has the effect of reducing tension around the joints, improving mobility and allowing any inflammation to settle. The adjustments are done by hand and are suitable for all ages.
Since 1986, Worcester Chiropractic Clinic have been dedicated to providing clinical excellence in the field of neuromusculoskeletal medicine. Our chiropractors specialise in the treatment ofbio-mechanical disorders, from general muscular aches to acute sciatica. A range of the conditions we can help with can be found here. We strive to offer our patients the best possible service and to ensure you get better as quickly as possible. You can make an appointment here.
A visit to your local Worcester chiropractor at the Worcester Chiropractic Centre could be the answer to finding comfort, freedom, mobility and well-being - all of which lead to a more relaxed dailylife. Often, without you being aware of it, spinal misalignments (or subluxations) are playing a role in your discomfort or symptoms and affecting your quality of life.
McTimoney Chiropractic is a safe, gentle and effective technique for manipulating the spine and other joints of the body. The aim of a course of treatments is to improve the alignment of the bones ofthe body, thereby restoring correct nerve function, resulting in reduced pain, improved posture, mobility and wellbeing. Lourie Durante DC NMC MCThA studied at the Oxford McTimoney Chiropractic college, has been working as a Chiropractor for 16 years and before that worked in mainstream medicine.