Our Gloucester chiropractors, working from Stroud are working to encourage health and potential in everyone. Creating a new era of health and spreading a picture of wellness that anyone can achieve.
By seamlessly integrating traditional Chiropractic care with the contemporary Zone Technique, we generate a vibrant atmosphere in our bustling and dynamic clinic. We provide a platform for our flourishing Gloucestershire community to come together and thrive in our joyful and invigorating setting.
This is the perfect opportunity to have a comprehensive top-to-toe check over and get on top of your health.
Chiropractic care is a form of healthcare that focuses on the spine and other joints in the body. It provides a non-medicated and non-surgical approach to maintaining overall body health.
We firmly believe that a healthy spine contributes to overall well-being. Chiropractors assess the alignment of your bones and joints and aim to correct any issues, help people to live pain free and enhance body movement and function.
Chiropractic care can be beneficial for various conditions such as neck pain, back problems, and sports injuries.
A chiropractic adjustment involves a chiropractor using their hands or a specialized tool to apply a controlled force to a joint in your spine. The objective is to improve the alignment of the spine and restore the body's natural healing capabilities. It can help alleviate pain, stiffness, and enhance mobility. Our Gloucester chiropractors receive training to perform these adjustments safely.
How long does a chiropractic adjustment take? Typically, a chiropractic adjustment doesn't take much time, usually lasting between 10 to 30 minutes. The initial visit may require more time as the chiropractor will inquire about your medical history and may conduct an examination to assess the condition of your spine and joints.
No, you don't need to undress for a chiropractic adjustment. It is advisable to wear comfortable and loose-fitting clothing to facilitate easy movement of your body during the adjustments.
The popping noise that you may hear during a chiropractic adjustment is simply the release of air from the joints. It is similar to the sound when you crack your knuckles. Within the spinal joints, there is fluid, and when the chiropractor adjusts your spine, it changes the pressure in the joint, causing small air bubbles to pop and create the sound. This is a normal and painless occurrence during the treatment process.
Yes, chiropractors are required by law to be registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) in the UK to practice as chiropractors. Both Josh and Shannon are registered with the GCC, ensuring they meet the necessary professional standards.
Our chiropractic clinic is in the centre of Stroud, and that is where your first appointment will be. Just a short 10-15 minute drive south of Gloucester.