Why see us?

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Our Chiropractors are fully qualified, GCC state registered and members of the British Chiropractic Association.

Most patients seek our treatments because of a recommendation from a satisfied friend, family member or colleague. See what they say about us on our Testimonial page.

Professionals also understand the benefit of our treatments, some of our patients are referred to us by GPs, Orthopaedic and Spinal-Surgeons, Paediatric Consultants, Dentists, Physiotherapists, other Chiropractors and Personal Trainers.

Pain and inability to work or do daily activities are the common reasons why patients seek our expertise and treatment. As well as relieving pain, we also fine tune professional athletes through our work for Lincoln City Football Club, for several sports clubs, gyms and for a dance school. We have worked in some local schools, treating their children.

We are members of Headache Clinics UK, a group of Neurologists, GPs and Chiropractors collaborating with Migraine Action to provide specialist treatment for headaches and conducting research into the effectiveness of our treatments.

Chiropractic is the third largest health care profession in the world. Now is an exciting time for the profession, the scientific research explaining the effects and benefits of chiropractic is rapidly expanding.

In addition to Chiropractic we have:

  • A Sports Massage Therapist for those who need more hands on time to break down tight or knotted muscles or time to relax and de-stress with a more gentle remedial massage.
  • Therapeutic Yoga Practitioner who provides 1-2-1 sessions to help her clients become aware of and retrain inappropriate movement patterns / habits which may be contributing to their chronic pain or immobility.

All working in the clinic and often in conjunction with the Chiropractors.

Opening Times

Monday – Friday 08:30am — 07:00pm
Saturday 09:00am — 01:30pm
Sunday Closed

Contact Us

Telephone 01522 538450

Email reception@newlandchiropractic.co.uk

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