|April 2006 - Now open!
Maria Faulks opened her NEW chiropractic clinic in Market Harborough on Tuesday 18th April - "the Market Harborough Chiropractic Clinic" - during Chiropractic Awareness Week and starting seeing new patients in her new clinic.
Maria Faulks is moving from Archway House to treat at her new clinic at Nelson Street from Wednesday 7th June.
Maria focused on offering their existing and new patients a caring and professional service that patients have become accustomed to. Furthermore, the new recently refurbished and purpose-designed clinic offers patients a comfortable and professional environment in which to be treated.
April 2006 - KEEP MOVING!
CHIROPRACTIC AWARENESS WEEK: 17th – 23rd April 2006
The Market Harborough Chiropractic Clinic was geared up for Chiropractic Awareness Week, which took place between 17th and 23rd April 2006.
The theme of this year’s awareness campaign was 'Keep Moving'. As a nation which appears to be obsessed with sitting down, the British Chiropractic Association has examined the effect our sedentary lifestyles has on our bodies - from the early morning dash for that all-important seat on the train, to ending the evening slouched in front of the computer or TV. With evidence that more and more of us are drawn to this lifestyle, and the common misconception that bed rest is the cure for all ailments - the ‘Keep Moving’ campaign has provided simple and easy to follow advice.
Throughout the week, the Market Harborough Chiropractic Clinic offered ‘Checks for Charity’. Everyone was invited to visit the clinic for a chiropractic health check during Chiropractic Awareness Week. This was provided free of charge, all that was asked in return was a donation to Heart Research UK, the national charity funding pioneering medical research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease.
Heart Research UK's National Director, Barbara Harpham said, "Keeping active is good for your heart and we recommend 30 minutes of moderate activity a day. All funds raised throughout Chiropractic Awareness Week helped us to fund more pioneering research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease and community-based healthy heart projects".
Maria Faulks, Chiropractor at the Market Harborough Chiropractic Clinic said, “Chiropractic care offers hands on pain management and focuses on muscles, joints and nerves. Chiropractic is suitable for all ages and can help with a wide range of aches and pains from head to toe. Chiropractors use their hands to ‘adjust’ or ‘manipulate’ the spine and joints where signs of restriction in movement are found and can also involve working on muscles. This restores normal function to the affected muscles, joints and nerves allowing the body to then get on with the job of healing itself. The clinic was pleased to have participated in Chiropractic Awareness Week and has raised a good amount of money for Heart Research UK”.
Appointments for a check can still be made on 01858 464680 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 2006 - Alex joins the team
BSc (Hons) GSR, CSCS
Maira Faulks is pleased to announce that Alex Goldsmith has joined the Market Harborough Chiropractic Clinic as their Sports Rehabilitator and is now taking appointments from new patients from Monday 15th May - please telephone the clinic on 01858 46 46 80.
Alex is a graduate Sports Rehabilitator and has worked for a leading sports centre chain and Rehabilitation clinic. Alex will work alongside Maria Faulks and Emma Rush and is now available for new appointments.
A graduate Sports Rehabilitator (GSR) is a graduate level autonomous healthcare practitioner specialising in musculoskeletal management, exercise based rehabilitation and fitness, which works perfectly alongside chiropractic.
Alex’s role as a GSR involves:
- Injury prevention
- Recognition and evaluation of injury
- Immediate care
- Management of the individual
- Continuing professional development
Alex can undertake to treat all sporting and occupational injuries including:
- Muscular strains
- Ligamentous sprains
- Tendonous strains
- Neck and back problems
- Postural imbalance
Alex’s treatments include:
- Sports massage
- Mobilisation and manipulation
- Functional rehabilitation
For further information please visit www.basrat.org
Clinics first Open Day - a successful day!
On Saturday 20th May,www.buyreplicawatches.co.uk Maria Faulks welcomed new and existing patients to come and see her new clinic and meet her new practitioners: Emma Rush - Associate Chiropractor Alex Goldsmith - Graduate Sports Rehabilitator
Visitors came along to see how they may improve their quality of life and were told about the conditions the practitioners treat.
Maria said "It was a successful day and I was pleased to see a good turn out despite the rain! Anyone who missed the day is welcome to pop in at anytime for chat and to look around."
Market Harborough Chiropractic Clinic
19 Nelson Street, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 9AX