*** Firebreak lockdown update ***
Please be assured the clinic will remain open during the national firebreak lockdown. The Welsh government and British Chiropractic have confirmed chiropractic treatment has been listed seeking medical care.
New clinic procedures now include:
• Increased spacing between appointments which allows increased time to disinfect surfaces between patients.
Chiropractors look at the interaction between joints, muscles and nerves. We treat a wide range of conditions from patients suffering from acute pain to longstanding chronic conditions. Chiropractic is a primary health care profession and utilises a hands on approach to assess, treat and manage musculoskeletal conditions. We use your own body to help facilitate the healing process.
As chiropractors we undergo an intensive 5 year course and regular professional development courses to provide the most up to date and patient specific treatments. A common myth is that we only treat low back pain, we treat so much more from ankle sprain to elbow pain, why not look at our what is chiropractic page to find out more?
Chiropractic treatment is available for all and as a result the advice we provide is catered to each individual patient. Chiropractic treatment doesn’t just stop after treatment, we will try and gage any lifestyle stressors and habits that may be contributing to your pain and collectively establish a plan to ensure maximum results. Our aim is to find and treat the root cause of a problem rather than just treat the symptoms.
Sarah Rogers is a member of the British Chiropractic Association and is registered chiropractor with the General Chiropractic Council. Sarah Rogers also completed training with the Royal College of Chiropractors and is a Licentiate member with the college.