Bearsden Chiropractic

Chiropractor in Glasgow, Scotland
Chiropractor in Glasgow, Scotland Located at Bearsden Cross we're near to all local amenities, transport links and parking facilities. The clinic was set up in 1997 and now has a perfect reputation within the community. We pride ourselves with the high percentage (80-90% of new patients coming to the clinic due to word of mouth recommendations. We supply a best quality healthcare in a warm, caring and friendly atmosphere and remain flexible and personable to the varied needs of our patients.

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Address
152 Drymen Road
Glasgow, Scotland
G61 3RE
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What is Chiropractic
read moreChiropractic is a health profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system (joints, bones, ligaments and muscles) and the effects these disorders have on the function of the nervous system and general health. It's is a primary healthcare profession and you do not need to be referred by your GP. A chiropractor is trained to diagnose what is wrong and will refer you to another healthcare practitioner if necessary. Chiropractic is based on the scientific fact that your nervous system controls the function of every cell, tissue, organ, and system of your body.

read moreWe offer a full money back guarantee if you feel that we did not achieve any of the above mentioned criteria, and will refund you immediately, without argument. Please see our 'Frequently Asked Questions' and 'Testimonial' Sections for a comprehensive explanation of why we at the Bearsden Chiropractic Clinic work the way we do, and have such an enviable reputation.

How do we treat
read moreChiropractic is a primary healthcare profession that specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and overall management of conditions that are due to problems with the joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves related to the spine and back. 1. Pain Relief: Treatment to reduce joint stiffness, muscle spasm, nerve irritation and inflammation related to the back and neck all help to relieve your pain. Initially treatment is 1-2 sessions per week until your pain is significantly better. Ice packs may be suggested in order to reduce inflammation and stretching exercises recommended to help improve mobility.
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