Hands-On Approach

Chiropractic is derived from two Greek words "cheiros" (by means of the hand) and "praktikos" (practical). In keeping with our origins, at Chiropractic Plus we take a hands on approach to establishing the cause of your problems, providing practical solutions to not only treat pain, but provide longer term improvements. Chiropractors have to be registered to practice. We follow strict professional guidelines from both the General Chiropractic Council and British Chiropractic Association.

Putting you first

Close up of Hands

At Chiropractic Plus we aim to see you quickly when you call for help.

Chiropractic is a primary health profession and we specialise in the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and management of conditions arising from problems in bones, joints, muscles and nerves related to the back.

Our first priority is to ease stiff and painful areas to make you more comfortable and mobile. We then look more closely at the underlying causes of your pain so we can prevent the problem re-occurring. Finally, we want to keep you in good shape by maintaining and improving your general health and well-being. Regular check-ups can be useful to spot problems and catch them early.

Chiropractic Plus has four chiropractors who run daily clinics at practices in Haxby and Pocklington. Most clients chose three stages of care to see the same chiropractor on each visit, enabling us to tailor treatment to your specific requirements. We want to make your treatment as efficient and effective as possible. Should you, for any reason, wish to see another chiropractor, we can easily transfer your care.

We customise our care to suit all ages and stages of life and we treat a wide range of conditions, such as lower back and neck pain, migraine prevention and cervicogenic headaches as well as problems to do with the joints and muscles related to the back.

Chiropractors use various skills including manipulation, mobilisation, soft tissue therapies, massage, acupuncture and dry needling to name but a few. These will usually be accompanied by advice and information on specific exercises, sitting and sleeping postures and diet to aid your recovery. If additional help is required, your chiropractor will manage the process, arranging remedial massage for very tense, stiff muscles or exercise, such as Pilates.

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