If you suffer from any musculoskeletal problem, you will know how debilitating ongoing pain on a daily basis can be. But whether you’re troubled by day-to-day essentials, like sitting at your desk or getting a good night’s sleep, or prevented from doing things you enjoy, Chiropractic offers a natural way to restore quality to your life.
Treatment by the highly qualified and experienced professionals at Homewood Chiropractic has been an effective solution for over 50 years.
We aim to help you to feel as well as possible, as quickly as possible – so that you can get back to getting the most out of life. We do not sign you up for extensive treatment regimes. These are almost always unnecessary!
Did You Know?
After medicine and dentistry, chiropractic is the third largest primary health care profession in the western world. Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of Mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, with special emphasis on the spine. It emphasises manual therapy including spinal manipulation and other joint and soft tissue treatment Exercises and health and lifestyle coaching form part of the package of care.
Chiropractic is regulated by statute and Chiropractors are bound by strict laws governing their practice. Continuing Professional Development forms a strong part of the practice of the Chiropractor.
Chiropractors in the UK now have their own Royal College, the Royal College of Chiropractors, and provides a platform for CPD and Research in the UK and Worldwide.
All Chiropractors are entitled to use the Dr of Chiropractic title. This is not a medical title. There are very few Chiropractors who also hold a Medical degree, and they will have the appropriate letters after their name to demonstrate this. Almost all Chiropractors are not Medical Doctors.
For your protection?
In common with medical practitioners and dentists, all Chiropractors are registered by law under the Chiropractors Act 1994 with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC)and the title ‘Chiropractor’ is protected under this legislation. The profession is statutorily regulated through the GC and it is illegal to practice as a Chiropractor without being registered with the GCC. Similarly, it is illegal to state or imply that Chiropractic skills and or techniques are being used if that person is not listed on the Practicing Statutory Register.
To experience leading Chiropractic care in Fareham and the surrounding areas of Southampton, Portsmouth and Hampshire contact us today.