Just over ten years ago, I walked through the door of Cirencester Chiropractic Centre. Actually to say that I walked in is a little inaccurate. I was hobbling, supported by a walking stick and looking like an invalid in their late 80’s rather than a man in his mid 30’s. I didn’t know what was […]
I came to the practice when I had a slipped disc. I was treated extremely well. For 20 years, I had been unable to drive more than 1 hour before I needed to take a walk as I had pain in my back, but now I can drive anywhere for whatever time with no pain
My daughter Rosie broke her elbow whilst doing gymnastics, had 3 pins and the consultant said that it would be highly unlikely that it would be straight again! She found the joint very stiff and was very nervous about using it. After several sessions with Alastair the arm is now straight. Thank you so much
Good chiropractic care – and by that I mean specifically SOT – has become a vital part of my training programme for track cycling, allowing me to compete at all levels, elite and masters, domestically and internationally. Many years ago, I sought help to ease back and knee pain that threatened to put a stop
During my first pregnancy, I had experienced both sciatica (leg pain) and S.P.D (symphysis pubis dysfunction or pain in the pubic/groin/pelvic areas) which made walking and getting up from a seat painful and difficult. With my second pregnancy, I started to experience the same pains much earlier on, which concerned me. As my husband’s back
I just wanted to thank you for all the time and effort you have put into my health. The changes to my health since having treatment with you are immeasurable. You have given me back the quality of life that has been missing for a long time – THANK YOU.
I was recommended to Alastair in my early 30’s as I had a bad back due to a golf injury. I have the highest regard for what he has done to help me overcome this, sustain an active lifestyle and maintain a sense of well being. Benefits I would not have initially expected, but are
Two and a half years ago, for no apparent reason, I developed pain across my left shoulder. I found it difficult, particularly when driving, to look over my right shoulder when turning or reversing the car. My GP suggested an X-ray which revealed age-related arthritic degenerative spinal changes. I was advised that, apart from taking