Chiropractic First Chester
Achieve optimal health and a lifetime of wellness with chiropractic care
How we care for you
Your Initial Consultation
In your initial consultation this is where the chiropractor will take a deep dive into your health history to help determine if chiropractic care is beneficial for you and your case.
Report of Findings
Once we have collected all the information from your consultation our chiropractor will create a report of findings.
Your care plan is developed based on these findings with the overall goal of restoring and optimising spinal function to its optimal level.
Everybody has a unique experience of chiropractic
Symptoms we often see in clinic...
General Aches & Pains
Overall Health & Wellbeing
Symptoms we often see in clinic...
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Back pain can be debilitating and persistent, and recurrent for some. It can happen anywhere along the spine or pelvis but commonly occurs in the lower back and can include the pelvis. Chiropractic care is a safe and effective method for back pain relief. Even if you have previously had back surgery, chiropractic care can help maximise and maintain your recovery
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‘Chiro’ comes from the Greek word for ‘hand’, and ‘practic’ means ‘to practice’. A chiropractor is a Primary Healthcare Professional who uses only their hands to treat their patients (no medicine or surgery)
Chiropractors are able to assess for and detect a loss of motion in areas of the spine that have become dysfunctional or ‘stuck’ due to injury, posture and lifestyle stress that has accumulated over time. They use safe, specific and gentle techniques to return the normal motion to the joints in order to restore communication in the nervous system and restore the body back into its natural balance
As chiropractors are primary healthcare professions, anybody can come in to see them. Typically the kinds of people who choose to see a chiropractor are suffering from symptoms such as neck or back pain, headaches, sciatica, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, sports injuries, arthritic conditions and nerve pain (to name a few). Although people come in with a wide variety of symptoms, equally many people choose to come in for wellness and prevention of injury and dis-ease, and to combat the stresses and strains that our daily lives throw at us
Both professions started from very similar origins and both work use their hands to help restore function to their patients. It does depend on which techniques the chiropractor or osteopath choose to use, but chiropractors are more focused on restoring function and balance to the central nervous system through specific adjustments to the spine, whereas osteopaths will tend to use more longer lever and general techniques to allow movement in joints and muscles.
This is the part of the chiropractic lifestyle that aims to educate the patient and the public on how to Eat, Think and Move their way towards optimal health and empower them to be the best that they can be. The founder of chiropractor Daniel David Palmer once famously said “Medicine is the study of disease, and what causes a man to die. Whereas Chiropractic is the study of Health, and what causes a man to live.”
By far the most common cause of sciatica (nerve pain travelling into the leg) originates from nerves becoming compressed in the lumbar spine. There are a number of reasons that can cause this to happen. Once your chiropractor has determined to location and cause of the ‘trapped nerve’ they can assist in its recovery and help to prevent it from returning.
This is the most common symptom people come to see a chiropractor for, as it is one of the most common consequences of the way we live and work in the western world. People get great results with chiropractors helping them with their recovery and management of back pain issues, provided that the cause is coming from the spine or nerves. Be sure to come in for a consultation to determine what is causing your back pain before receiving and adjustments or treatment.
A Chiropractor who is practicing in the UK legally has had to pass a higher level education degree of Masters in Chiropractic, or Bachelors Honors in Chiropractic, and is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and one of the main Chiropractors Unions that exist in the UK. Consequently they are awarded the honorary title of ‘Doctor of Chiropractic’ or DC. for short. A medical doctor carries the honorary title of ‘Medical Doctor’ or MD. Be sure to check the initials at the end of a healthcare professional’s name to determine which kind of qualification they hold, and indeed if they are accredited by a governing body (usually a legal requirement in UK Law)
Yes. Our chiropractors have sports athletes ranging from the recreational and amateur levels, right up to international and premiership levels. Many of them attend clinic regularly to assist with their peak performance and prevention of injury, as well as if they have suffered a setback
Chiropractors in the UK are held to extremely high standards by their governing body the General Chiropractic Council. There is a wealth of evidence to support the effectiveness and safety of chiropractic care. Chiropractic also scores extremely highly across multiple countries for patient satisfaction on review of the chiropractic care that they have received.
It was from a young age that I was first exposed to the chiropractic profession. This was down to my older brother having struggled with persistent back and hip issues that were non-responsive to mainstream medical care. After observing and receiving adjustments myself, my mind was set on one day becoming a chiropractor. I found it fascinating that the human body had an inbuilt intelligence to heal and self regulate without needing to resort to drugs or surgery.
A few years later after leaving school, I enrolled at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth and set out on a five year masters degree in Chiropractic. During these years and especially after graduating, I continued to attend seminars to further my understanding of the human body and how chiropractic care plays a key role in optimising our health no matter how old we are.
After spending a number of years gaining valuable experience working in clinics in the UK, I had an opportunity to work in Singapore and South East Asia with a company called Chiropractic First. Following a very successful two year period in Asia, the time was right to move back to Manchester after the birth of my son. The idea was then born to bring the success of Chiropractic First to the UK. Away from Chiropractic First my time is spent with my family, as well watching Formula 1 or Football when time allows.
I am a registered member of the General Chiropractic Council(GCC) and the United Chiropractic Association (UCA).
Morris is a chiropractic graduate from the Durban University of Technology class of 2017. I started being actively involved in Sports Chiropractic when I was a second year Chiropractic student in 2012, working with Jaguars Rugby Club as the assistant team Chiropractor.
In 2015, I became the team Chiropractor for the Durban University of Technology Women Football. From 2016 I was taken up by the University of KwaZulu-Natal Sports Science Department where I was the Resident Chiropractor for their Football teams. I travelled across the country with the teams for their USSA and Varsity Tournaments.
When I qualified in 2017, I went on to open my own private practice in a South African third-world community called Umlazi, where no one knew about Chiropractic. I became actively involved in community events raising the awareness about Chiropractic, offering free Spinal Assessments, Health Education and Promotion. In 2019, I decided to be adventurous and joined the World Voyage Cruise Ship, Queen Mary 2, where I was working the onboard Chiropractor while travelling the World. On the flipside of the story, I am an active researcher with a few publications in peer view journals. My main research areas are Epidemiology and Health Economics of Neuromusculoskeletal Diseases.
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Chiropractic First Chester
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