What is chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a drugless and non-surgical form of health care. Chiropractors are concerned with the framework of bones and muscles that support the body (the musculoskeletal system) and the problems associated with it caused by accident, stress, lack of exercise, poor posture, illness and every day wear and tear.
Chiropractic is widely recognised by the medical profession and the general public as a key part of the healthcare system, with its emphasis on a holistic or whole body approach in addition to a sound understanding of medical and scientific implications of the work.
Chiropractors consider that the body benefits from having periodic chiropractic on a preventative basis so that incipient problems may be avoided
McTimoney chiropractic has helped thousands of people for over 50 years and around 150,000 new patients consult a McTimoney Chiropractor each year. Over 8000 people are cared for by McTimoney Chiropractors each working day in the UK and Ireland. There are over 700 graduates Worldwide.
McTimoney Chiropractic treatment is simply a method of adjusting the bones of your body to improve skeletal alignment. In doing so, it helps your nervous system work more efficiently, relieves pain and discomfort, and increases mobility. Joint problems and pain can occur for many reasons, including:
Car or sporting accidents