Guildford Chiropractic & Physiotherapy
Guildford Chiropractic Centre offers Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Sports Massage treatments. The practice has a long history of serving the local community, by relieving pain, improving lives and promoting wellness since 1953.
Our Guildford Chiropractors and Physiotherapists are specialists in the management of:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries such as ankle sprains or runners knee
- Slipped discs (disc protrusions) or Sciatica
- Shoulder issues, such as frozen shoulder or tendonitis
- Pregnancy, post-natal and paediatric patients
- Headaches (originating from the neck or jaw)
- Temporomandibular joint pain (Jaw pain)
- Soft tissue injuries such as plantar faciitis and tennis elbow
Founded over 60 years ago, the practice, now under the leadership of Philip Hehir,continues the long tradition of caring for patients of all ages in a friendly atmosphere. Over the past 60 years, the clinic has established an expert referral network with specialists in the area.
Being one of the UK’s longest-standing chiropractic clinics, we have cared for thousands of patients from Guildford and the surrounding areas who have consulted the practice for professional advice and care; many of whom are recommended by family and friends.
The clinic is located in Burpham, Guildford; just a short drive outside the town centre with easy access from the A3. The premises benefits from ample free onsite parking removing the hassle of travelling to the town centre.
Our Guildford Chiropractors and Physiotherapists deliver cutting edge treatment plans with a professional, specialised and patient centered approach. Combining evidence based, individually tailored management plans to achieve the most effective, long-term treatments for back and neck pain in Guildford. Our ethical practitioners work in accordance with the latest guidelines for clinical excellence.
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