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Cheltenham
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Helping the Cotswolds get well and stay well with the Cotswold Chiropractor, Cheltenham and Winchcombe

News from the Cotswold Chiropractor

News from the Cotswold Chiropractor

 

Clinic address change.

Alexandra Hurley

The Cotswold location will change from Toddington to Winchcombe effective from Tuesday 31st July 2018.

I will be practising from The Winchcombe Clinic which is a purpose-built clinic, attached to Winchcombe library.

It is owned by Sarah Guyll, a practising podiatrist so many of you will already know the clinic quite well!

Treatment and waiting rooms are on ground level and there is free parking in front of the building.

Enter through the main door shared with the library and you will find the clinic entrance to your left.

I will be running clinics here on Tuesdays and Fridays and I look forward to seeing you there!

 

Success!

Alexandra Hurley

I am over the moon to be now qualified as a veterinary chiropractor! I passed the school exams at the BackBone Academy in Germany last weekend, August 2017, with the highest marks in the written exam (!) and second highest in the horse practical! As if that wasn`t enough excitement I then put myself through the rigorous IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association) exam the next day and managed to pass that too. I am utterly exhausted but thoroughly delighted!

Human clinics are still running as normal: Mondays and Thursdays at Charlton Kings and Tuesdays and Fridays at Toddington. Wednesdays will open as animal days as well as other times by arrangement. 

In case any of you are wondering how animals can be helped with treatment: Veterinary Chiropractic treatment can be used for:

1. Chronic musculoskeletal problems

2. Acute problems such as tension and stiffness

3. Prophylactic treatment to maintain fitness

4. Maintaining soundness in older animals

5. As a complementary treatment for chronic lameness such as bone spavin, navicular syndrome or tendon problems in the horse as well as arthrosis, spondylosis or problems such as cruciate ligament issues in the dog.

Veterinary Chiropractic

Alexandra Hurley

Well I`ve finally got round to it...the animal course! Prior to becoming a chiropractor I had a career with horses, riding, teaching, running several yards and mucking out lots! I first experienced animal chiropractic during this time and so impressed I was with the results that I decided that I wanted to train! At that time the only possible route onto an animal chiropractic course was via the human degree programme....so off I went!! After five years of human study I thought I`d have a year in practice and then embark upon the animal course, as many of you know, that was ten years ago! I have learned so much since qualifying and have worked hard, building up a lovely patient base locally. However, I felt it was about time for another challenge and so I started the BackBone Veterinary Chiropractic course in April this year (2017). It`s a fantastic course based in Buxtehude near Hamburg, Germany, extremely well-taught in modules (luckily their English is a lot better than my German!)

So, I`ve already been asked several times if I`m closing the doors to my human clinic and the answer is: Absolutely not! Clinics have had to reduce slightly whilst I study, but only marginally and will return to normal hours once the animal course finishes in September.

So if any of you are the owners of dogs or horses who would like to be case study candidates then please call my mobile 07980662229.

Back to my books now...!