Techniques Used

A number of highly effective techniques are used to help improve the movement in the spine, thus reducing interferences to the nervous system.



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The gentle sought-after McTimoney technique of chiropractic is used. This is a low-force technique of adjusting the bones of the body in order to realign the structure, restore function of the joints and help reduce interferences to the nervous system. Chiropractic is a highly skilled form of manipulation and the hands are used to perform these swift, light, dexterous movements.


 Medical Acupuncture

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This technique involves the gentle insertion of very fine needles into tight knots or bands in muscles. Research has proven that that this treatment is effective for relaxing tight muscles, reducing pain and reducing joint inflammation. I incorporate Medial Acupuncture into treatment sessions and have seen good results in treating pain associated with osteoarthritis, back and neck pain, headaches and migraines and lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow).

The needles are about a quarter of a millimetre in thickness, so some patients barely feel them. Others report a sensation of warmth, a dull ache or heaviness or a mild burning sensation.


Massage Therapy

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We offer Sports Massage, Relaxing Massage and Deep Tissue Massage here at The Cotswold Chiropractor. Our Massage Therapist is highly trained and will work alongside the chiropractor to ensure you receive the most appropriate care. 

Massage benefits include:

  • Release of muscular tension and scar tissue build up
  • Improved overall musculoskeletal function
  • Increased flexibility 
  • Stress relief and relaxation
  • Can help with better posture 
  • Helps reduce muscular imbalances 

Kinesiology Taping

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This method can be used as a postural aid, to decompress painful areas, to stabilise weaker areas, to lengthen muscles and promote lymphatic drainage, helping with the healing of bruising.


Kinnective Soft Tissue Release

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This is a Fascial release technique, and is used when there is a build up of scar tissue from old injuries or when the muscle tissue is chronically stiff and immobile. A stainless steel instrument is utilised, which has been specifically developed for this use.


Stretches and Exercise

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A combination of treatment and exercise is generally better than treatment or exercise alone. I will advise you on the best exercises/ stretches to help your specific ailment. These are usually very simple exercises at the beginning and often pilates-inspired.

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