Glasgow Chiropractic Clinic
Chiropractor in Glasgow, Scotland
All our Chiropractors are registered with the General Chiropractic Council (www.gcc-uk.org) We're held to the best possible standards of care and proficiency available in the UK. To become a Chiropractor requires 4 - 5 years at University and thousands of hours of study in human health and function. Our job is to listen to you and assess your healthcare requirements accurately and speedily, then, with your input, formulate a plan of action to assist you reach your health aims. Whatever they may be.
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read moreProfessor Scott Haldeman & Martin Underwoods brand new report released on 25th Febuary 2010 says, Chiropractors are extremely fortunate in these times of evidence based health care. There is little dispute amongst knowledgeable scientists that manipulation is of value in the management of back pain neck pain and headaches, that make up 90% or more of all patients that seek chiropractic care. To get help now. All our Chiropractors in Glasgow are registered with the General Chiropractic Council (www.gcc-uk.org).
Newton Mearns Chiropractic Clinic
read moreOur Newton Mearns practice services the southern suburbs of Glasgow, including Newton Mearns, Eaglesham, Barrhead, Giffnock, Whitecraigs, Thornliebank and the rest of East Renfrewshire, and surrounds. This practice is nestled in the picturesque surrounds of Ayr Road, Newton Mearns on the southside of Glasgow. We opened here in May of 2005 and since then have established a vibrant healing environment that is attended by many individuals and families of all ages. This practice is our most technologically advanced and is well equipped to help you get the correct diagnosis and effective healing possible.
Coatbridge Chiropractic Clinic
read moreOur chiropractor in Coatbridge serves Coatbridge, Airdrie and the whole of the Monklands area. This practice is next to the public library, and across the road from The Mint restaurant.
Glasgow City Centre
read moreThis practice services inner city professionals, their families and friends. Our city centre practice was established in March 2000 and since then has established an excellent reputation within the Glasgow Community fo chiropractic care. By Foot: When in City Centre of Glasgow head for Buchanan Street, you are looking for the Junction where St Vincent Street and Buchanan Street cross each other and that is St Vincent Place. Look for the Swatch shop and we are in the close right next to it. By Car: From South Lanarkshire take M8, off at Junction continue onto the A789 and then turn left onto Dobbie's Loan.
read moreFor all people in various stages of their care we also care packages that are designed to make chiropractic care more affordable. As each person's needs are different our care packages are tailored to fit your recommendations. Care packages work on the basis of achieving a discount when booking multiple visits in advance. As always how long you benefit from chiropractic care is up to you our aim is to make your care as affordable as possible so you can save money. Our focus at Glasgow Chiropractic is to actively help you and your family in taking responsibility for your health, wellness, and illness management.
Paisley Chiropractic Clinic
read moreThis practice is in the heart of Paisley in a prominent building that was previously the old bank. Paisley is one of the original practices that was established over 5 years ago. By Train: Trains run from Central Station to Paisley Gilmore Street. There is another station in Paisley - Canal Street - make sure you don't get a train going there! They are really frequent (every ten minutes or so). When you get off the train come out the station onto County Square and make your way up to the main road - you could ask someone to direct you towards the Town Hall.
Ayr spinal care
read moreOur team in the Ayr Spinal Care clinic is professional, friendly and caring. We have created a relaxing environment and a wide range of patients from children through to octogenarians. We are conveniently located within Ayr, directly across from the bus station and the Treehouse pub. We are around the corner from the Wellington caf and just 10 min walk from the train station.