Welcome to the home of Corrective Chiropractic Clinics
This official homepage of Corrective Chiropractic will serve as a learning tool as to how Structural Chiropractors differ from what most people in the UK know as traditional Chiropractors. If you feel Corrective Chiropractic is a good fit for your health needs, you can schedule an appointment with one of our chiropractors in Milton Keynes or Aylesbury.
A chiropractor who focuses on Structural Correction follows a recommended office operation that embraces ethics and integrity in practice, while producing objectively measured improvements through patient care. Often patients who receive structural correction are referred by other chiropractors or health professionals.
Structural chiropractors in the UK work with patients to produce measured improvements in health by focusing on guiding the spine back towards it’s normal position, not missing this underlying cause of many health problems. We realize that no one has perfect spinal alignment, and we do not expect patients to have textbook normal alignment, but there is a normal range for the spine (just like a normal range for blood pressure) and this is what we work towards.
As the spine is improved and guided back towards its normal position, secondary conditions (typically the result of an underlying condition) frequently improve as well.
The Gonstead method of chiropractic treatment is highly recommended in the treatment of sporting injuries, work-place related injury as well as treating injuries received from accidents and the rigors of everyday life.
Dr Lawrence King and his team at Corrective Chiropractic UK have hands on experience of this method, and it is renowned for its successful Chiropractic treatment of Back Pain, Sciatica, Neck & Shoulder Girdle Pain, Headaches (Migraine), Herniated / Slipped Discs, Whiplash and Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI).
*** Mother & Baby Drop In Clinic: 6th October 2017 – 2pm > 4pm ***
Meet the team @ our new clinic
@ 5 Canon Harnett Court, Wellbeing @ Warren Park,
Wolverton Mill, Milton Keynes.
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