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Advice and Information on McTimoney Chiropractic

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Organisation McTimoney Trust
Address 26 Wake Green Road Moseley
B13 9PA
Birmingham
Contact details
Email info@mctimoneytrust.org
Phone 0845 539 0092
Website http://www.mctimoneytrust.org.uk

The McTimoney Method approach

McTimoney Method is distinguished by its whole body approach to Chiropractic care.
McTimoney Chiropractors approach the body as a whole, functioning system rather than treating only specific areas that may be presenting with symptoms. The approach is based on the view that discomfort and pain in one part of the body may be manifestations of problems elsewhere in the musculo-skeletal system and that, for optimal health, the whole musculo-skeletal system needs to work harmoniously together. A McTimoney Chiropractor will aim to find the misalignment underlying the symptom that clients are experiencing.

McTimoney Method technique
Chiropractic is a method of adjusting the bones of your body to improve skeletal alignment. McTimoney Chiropractors are trained to correct misalignments using light, quick and specific adjustments. Most people experience little or no discomfort when receiving a McTimoney Method treatment.

Why do people come for McTimoney treatments
The most common conditions are:
-Back, neck and shoulder pain
-Pain, discomfort and stiffness in joints
-Muscular aches
-Sports injuries
-Falls and accidents

Who is McTimoney suitable for?
The gentle nature of the adjustments means that it is suitable for people of all ages. This includes:

-Pregnant mothers
-Babies, toddlers and children
-Adults and the elderly
-Sports people

Would you like to know more about McTimoney Chiropractic?
You can find out more by visiting the McTimoney College of Chiropractic website or the McTimoney Chiropractic Association website.

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Last updated: Jan 29, 2019 11:45

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