Chiropractic is a straight forward method of adjusting the bones of your body to improve the alignment of your skeleton, and through this process help the nervous system to work more efficiently. The purpose of chiropractic care is to realign and rebalance your body to relieve pain and discomfort, and increase mobility.
A misalignment of the joints can occur for many reasons; some of the most common are incorrect lifting, car or sporting accidents, falls, stress, and poor posture. This can lead to pain, numbness, pins and needles, or restricted mobility.
22 New Street,
The Clinic is on the ground floor and nearby there is parking available in the Tesco's car park or Council parking in Silks Way, which is free for 2 hours.
Practice Opening Times:
Mon 1 - 4pm
Tue 9 - 12pm
Wed 3 - 6.20pm
Thur 3 - 6.20pm
Fri 9 - 12pm
Being flexible I can accommodate patients around these hours and will endeavour to do my best to fit them in should there be an emergency.
Call the following Telephone numbers at any time:
Tel: 01376 340399
Mob: 07771 731336
Christine came to chiropractic when she had a horse who was sore and not happy in her work. It was advised that she try a chiropractor to see if they could help. The treatment was very gentle but incredibly successful. It was the effectiveness of the treatment that made Christine want to find out more. The Chiropractor provided details of colleges available at the time where she could study chiropractic on animals. The human course had to be completed first, which was 4 years at that time and then it was on to animals , which took another 18 months. She then continued another 6 months to increase her modules to achieve the BSc qualification.
Christine qualified on humans in 1997 and started work and continued the animal course. She was very lucky to join a very busy chiropractic clinc in Kent where she learnt much about treating patients, managing their maintenance treatment and running a busy practice. After 2 years in Kent, Christine left and started her own clinics in Brentwood and Braintree.
The practice was established in 1999. It was orginally in Rayne Road for 2 years. Christine and her husband decided to settle in the Dunmow area, which prompted the move to the New Street location in 2001 after the purchase of the premises.
The clinic has grown over the years it has been in Braintree and with her riding experience she has been naturally drawn to treating and advising fellow riders to correct and maintain their straightness in the saddle.