People of all ages and from all walks of life can benefit from chiropractic treatment, from babies and children, through adulthood and into later years and including pregnant women.
Chiropractors treat problems with joints, bones and muscles, and the effects they have on the nervous system. Treatment consists of a wide range of manipulation techniques (some very gentle) designed to improve the function of the joints, relieving pain and muscle spasm.
Such skilled manipulation is very specific, directed at individual joints in order to reduce strains and improve mobility in one area without disturbing another.
What our patients say
Here at Newbury Chiropractic Centre we are very proud of the great results that we achieve for our patients – but don't just take our word for it, see for yourself!
“Every visit I have my treatment explained and am invited to come back whenever I feel I need more treatment. I know when it is time for my next visit because my body tells me, the timing is just right.”
“I have less pain, more flexibility and less reliance on painkillers, less time off work and am able to do more with my family. Regular checkups help prevent any flare-ups.”
“After treatment, I’m pain free following injuries to my ankle and shoulder. I can now run and keep up with the children!”
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