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What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a regulated primary healthcare profession that focuses on the spine and musculoskeletal system and the associated impacts on health. Chiropractic is  a hands on, natural and drug free approach to help restore normal movement and function of the body to help it heal from the inside -out. 


What education does a Chiropractor have? 

In the UK a student must complete 4-5 years of education recognised by the general chiropractic council, to qualify as a Chiropractor.


What will happen at the initial consultation?

At the inital consultation your chiropractor will take a full history and perform an in depth physical examination assessing posture, alignment, neurological function, orthopedic and specific chiropractic tests to identify the route cause of your problem.


What should i wear?

Comfortable clothing


Can I bring someone with me?

You are welcome to bring someone along with you and if you need to bring your child/children they are always welcome too.


Can I use my medical insurance for my chiropractic care?

Most health insurance plans will cover chiropractic care. We are not BUPA registered. 


How many treatments will I need?

It varies from patient to patient depending on the severity of your problem and for how long it has been there. Most people, once on top of their problem comes for regular well being adjustments just to keep feeling good.


What does the chiropractor treat?

A chiropractor treats a wide variety of conditions like:

Back and neck pain


Headaches and Migraines


Pregnancy related back pain and SPD

Babies and children


Frozen shoulder


Is Chiropractic ok when Pregnant?

Yes! Chiropractic is a safe and healthy way to treat pain and discomfort during pregnancy. Dr Anna is specialising in paediatric and pregnancy.


Can Chiropractors treat babies and children?

Raising happy healthy children is one of Anna's passions. Babies often sleep better with chiropractic care.


What is the difference between an osteopath and a chiropractor?

There is not that much of a difference really apart for the training and philosophy. Both profession focus on restoring normal movement and function of the body by use of manipulation of spine, joints and soft tissues.

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