at Spring Gardens Clinic, Simmonds Road, Wincheap Industrial Estate, Canterbury, CT1 3RD United Kingdom
I graduated with BSc(hons) Biology in 1997. I then became interested in McTimoney Chiropractic, as it is so gentle and effective. I graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in 2002. GCC registered. Member of MCA and C of C.
McTimoney Chiropractic was pioneered by John McTimoney who was trained by a graduate of the original Palmer School of Chiropractic. He learned to apply swift, light force adjustments, known as, Toggle Recoil which was then shown to help restore normal function to the musculoskeletal system. Along with his own beliefs of vitalism, the body’s own self-healing abilities and the holistic approach; the McTimoney Chiropractic Technique was established. A whole body treatment with light force adjustments performed with speed, dexterity and accuracy. Chiropractic is a method of adjusting the bones in the body which relieves pain, discomfort and increases mobility thus allowing your body's nerve supply to work efficiently and improve overall well being. Spinal manipulation can play an important role in relieving disorders and any pain or discomfort associated with accidents, stress, lack of exercise, posture issues and everyday wear and tear. Can I help you? The nature of the treatment is gentle and effective; therefore it is suitable for you. Whether you are a young baby, a pregnant women or elderly and you are suffering from: •Back, neck and shoulder pain •Joint and bone pain, discomfort and/or stiffness •Arthritic or rheumatic pain •Migraines •Muscular aches and pains •Minor sports injury •Minor circulatory problems •Neuralgia, •Fibromyalgia McTimoney Chiropractic may be able to help you. By gently manipulating the whole musculoskeletal system, if appropriate, may also help with ‘visceral’ symptoms, such as, indigestion and stress related issues.
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Happy New Year! Here's to being in balance in 2014!!!
Checking you are in good skeletal alignment, can help you on your way to good posture, which can appear to make you look slimmer, taller and more confident!
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Back Pain, Sciatica, Slipped disc....prevention is better than cure? To avoid back pain and help prevent getting a slipped disc, you should keep mobile, exercise regularly, maintain good posture and lift heavy objects correctly.Being overweight can put extra strain and pressure on your back.Therefore, maintaining a healthy weight will help to ease the pressure. For more information coming soon www.sarah-hayward.co.uk