Lyana Nepia diagnosing a patient

What is Chiropractic?



Our body needs movement to stay healthy


Chiropractic is the art of increasing joint movement and optimising alignment to create better communication between the body and the brain.

  • Chiropractors undertake 5 years education resulting in a Masters degree

  • Chiropractic is a regulated profession in the UK, via the GCC (the General Chiropractic Council), an independent statutory body established by Parliament.

  • To maintain GCC registration, Chiropractors have to complete hours of post graduate training each year.

  • Chiropractors have good links to consultants and other health professionals to refer out when needed.

– The difference SOT Chiropractic makes


SOT Chiropractic uses a whole body approach, utilising Cranial and Extremity techniques which makes it particularly good for more challenging cases.

– What conditions can Chiropractic help?


There are many aspects of health that Chiropractic can help with, so this list is not exhaustive. However, these are what Chiropractic have the best evidence for:

  • General acute and chronic back ache

  • General aches and joint pains

  • Neck pain (of mechanical origin)

  • Headaches (arising from the neck)

  • Migraine prevention

  • Neck/back problems

  • Shoulder disorders and dysfunction

  • Rotator cuff injuries

  • Elbow pain and tennis elbow (secondary to neck/back problems)

  • Sports injuries (minor)

– Chiropractic at work