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Back Doctor Chiropractic Clinic

Back Doctor Chiropractic Clinic

  • Medication-Free Relief from Discomfort
  • Treating Causes not Symptoms
HIgh Street ClinicOld Rectory Clinic

If you are suffering from a sudden attack of severe pain we will help get rid of it fast. We will diagnose the problem, treat you, give you advice and a long term rehabilitation programme. For advice and downloads take a look at our Emergency Back Pain page.

If you  have suffered for more than a few weeks you may need a more holistic approach. We will work with you to get to the root of the problem and to help resolve it for good.

After taking a full medical history and performing spinal, orthopaedic and neurological examinations, we rule out any serious pathology and make a medical diagnosis (eg slipped disc)

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Our Latest Posts

Gentle stretching with mindfulness

Movement is life. We were designed to move. When we do not move, we start to die. The same goes for the microcosm within us. Every cell and tissue in our body is in constant motion. Tissues that become static begin to stagnate and eventually perish. (read more…)

Reframing Pain

Chiropractors can often relieve back pain, but what happens when we can’t? Reframing pain is technique I give my patients to help them deal with occasional painful flare-ups. (read more…)

Gentle stretching with mindfulness

People think of stretching muscles as pulling an elastic band. As you put more force on the muscle it stretches and gets longer. WRONG! Excess force on a tense muscle may lead to injury. A study in the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies showed that yoga can cause injury in a significant number of people. Gentle stretching is the way to treat injury. (read more…)

pain posture at chester chiropactic clinic

A patient asked me today about referred pain travelling up their back from a corn on their foot. This is something that most people intuit; If you have a problem with your foot that affects your gait you will find that you may start to get pain in your low back or even higher in the neck.

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