Who should I see for my back pain?
16th June 2015
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There is a long list of clinicians who will be able to treat your aches and pains. Here's our top tips for chosing the practitioner for you.

  • Regulation. This means your clinician will be extensively qualified and monitored. As Chiropractors we are regulated by the GCC.
  • Affiliated. This means being members of an associaed body. Hayley is affiliated to the United Chiropractic Association, and Tamzin with the British Chiropractic Association.  
  • Insured.  All regulated healthcare providers should be insured as part of their re-registration with their governing body. As Chiropractors we have a minimum £5 million professional indemnity insurance, and have public liability insurance too.
  • Continual professional development. As Chiropractors we have to undertake a minimum 30 hours per year ongoing training. This is to keep us up to date with the newest research and treatment methods.  
  • Most importantly, finding someone who ticks the above boxes, but also someone who you feel comfortable with. The clinician/patient relationship is extremely important for your ongoing care and maintnenance. At Back to Health we pride oursleves on being friendly and approachable.


Be assured that if we don't think we can help you, we will refer you appropriately.

80% of our new patients have been recommended to the clinic, so we must be doing something right!

Have a look at our website for further information, or call us on 07541 419662.


About the Author

Hayley W

Member since: 8th April 2013

Chiropractor with over 11 years experience, working from Telford and Eccleshall.
We provide what we believe to be the best quality of care, and do so with the most reasonable of cost. We believe Chiropractic...

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