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Dear Patients,

We are sad to say that we will be closing at 6pm (23rd March 2020) tonight based on the most recent Government Guidance on the Coronavirus outbreak.

As a small business this is devastating for us but we have to do what is right for our Patients, our staff and their families.

We do appreciate that not getting your adjustments is a disappointment but we all need to stay at home if we can get through this as quickly as possible.

We can't thank you enough for all the support and love you have shown us over the years and for helping us continue of the last few difficult weeks. We do not take your friendship and custom for granted, you all mean the world to us and we can't express how much we will miss you during this hiatus.

We will be back as soon as we can be and we will be on the phone to get you all booked back in with us.

Please stay safe. if you need us you can email or phone. We will be picking up voicemails and emails periodically and will try get back in touch with you as quickly as possible.

Much Love

The Clarkston Chiropractic Team x

Chiropractic


Chiropractic is a health profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health

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Taping


In this practice, we use taping on its own, or in conjunction with chiropractic and soft tissue techniques. It aims to prolong the benefit of the treatment, by giving ongoing support, reducing pain, and aiding in rehabilitation. It is a commonly used modality by physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths and massage therapists.

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Paediatrics


Like adults, some spinal problems in children are symptomatic and cause them obvious discomfort, and some are not. We are happy to check a child of any age. Chiropractors see newborns, people in their nineties, and every age in between.

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Medical Acupuncture


Medical acupuncture is an adaption of the traditional Chinese method. It uses fine needles to stimulate the nerves in the skin and muscle. This increases the blood supply to the area, as well as stimulating a release of endorphin and serotonin, the body’s natural painkillers.

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