What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a safe and effective whole-body treatment that is applied to the neurological system of the body.  Using a combination of fast light adjustments to the bones, muscles, and joints, it enables the body to move in a pain free and fluid way. Chiropractic techniques are used in conjunction with soft tissue myofascial release and neuromuscular release. It can facilitate the alleviation of pain and the restoration of movement promotes normal function, mobility, health, healing and wellbeing. It can be used on infants to geriatrics and all in between. 

 We are very excited that Kathryn Nurse BSc (Chiro) Hons is joining us by offering treatments at Amanda Marsh Physiotherapy.

Kathryn has over 20 years’ experience in private practice as a Chiropractor.  Her client base has covered patients from 2 days old to 93 + years old and everyone in between.  It is a general practice, but she has had extensive experience in sports and performance care having worked closely with swimmers and Military personnel.

 Passionate about treating the whole body and addressing the cause of your problem not just the symptoms.  The aim is to restore and maintain healthy function and mobility whatever your stage of life.


Q: Don’t chiropractors just crack your bones? (officially called ‘adjustments’)

A: No, there are a variety of gentler techniques used and ‘adjustments’ are not always the first option but may be used if appropriate and you have consented

Q: Does Kathryn offer McTimoney?

A: Yes, but that is not the only type of chiropractic she offers…she has many levels of experience and techniques

Physiotherapists and Chiropractors both work to achieve your goal of pain free function and movement using manual therapy. Chiropractors may be more skilled in manipulations and techniques to address skeletal alignment, physios tend to use mobilisation techniques and may have more expertise in movement analysis.

Find Out More :

T: 07958 599716 
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E: hello@amandamarshphysiotherapy.co.uk

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