Chiropractic is concerned with the framework of bones and muscles that support the body (‘the musculoskeletal system’). Accidents, lack of exercise, poor posture, illness and everyday wear and tear can create musculoskeletal problems.

Chiropractors specialise in the detection, correction and prevention of muscle and joint problems, which may help relieve pain and improve an overall feeling of wellbeing.

Chiropractic is drug-free and is safe, gentle treatment for all your family. It involves gentle, specific adjustments which we perform with our hands.


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How much training do chiropractors receive?

Members of the British Chiropractic Association and registrants of The General Chiropractic Council have completed a minimum of four years full time training at an accredited chiropractic college and this is very comparable in content, hours studied and rigour to conventional medical training.

One of the requirements for maintaining chiropractic registration is to fulfil continuing professional development (CPD). All chiropractors continue on-going postgraduate training each year to maintain the highest standards of patient care.