Ilkley Chiropractic Clinic

Chiropractic is a health-care profession specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions arising from problems with the joints, ligaments, tendons and nerves of the body.

Treatment consists of a wide range of manipulative techniques designed to improve the function of the joints, relieving pain and muscle spasm.

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Dr. John Rees
Chiropractor
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Registered with GCC
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Dr. Rachel Wilkinson
Chiropractor
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Registered with GCC
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The chiropractors at Ilkley Chiropractic Clinic are specialists in the treatment of all types of musculoskeletal conditions, particularly those of back or spinal pain; whether it be:

Our chiropractors use a range of techniques including:

to reduce the symptoms of pain and improve the mobility of the joint, nerve, muscle, ligament and other soft tissues.

It might be a 'slipped disc' arising from a sports injury, or an acute neck pain resultant from a road traffic accident that initiates the pain. Each can benefit from the care of chiropractic. Many types of migraine and headache can improve with the aide of the chiropractic advice exercise and treatment.

Chiropractic is one of the therapies that has been shown to assist patients suffering with osteoarthritis, commonly referred to as 'wear and tear'.

All our clinicians have detailed knowledge of the appropriate exercises for the particular condition being treated. This care also focuses on the need for short and long term rehabilitation. Chiropractic management allows time for discussion and advice on all aspects of each patient, including exercise, posture and ergonomics regardless of age and ability.

Ligamentous sprains and muscular strains that often occur as a consequence of a sports injury often respond well to chiropractic treatment and management.

Chiropractic is well known for the treatment of back, pelvic and leg complaints. It is less well known for the treatment of problems that arise in the shoulder and arms, like rotator cuff injuries, tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome.