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Your first visit

Deansgate Chiropractors
3rd Floor 82 King Street,
Manchester, M2 6QW
0161 935 8216

Hale & Altrincham Chiropractors
140 Ashley Road,
Hale, WA14 2UN
0161 935 8216

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Your initial visit is reserved with Dr. Stewart Wilson D.C. a highly qualified registered Chiropractors. Your initial visit will last for 30 minutes. Following the examination we will book a second appointment for you very soon after to offer you your Report of Findings and begin treatment.

Will treatment hurt?

Chiropractic adjustment does not hurt – although occasionally there may be some minor short-term discomfort which quickly passes for most patients. This is similar to muscle soreness sometimes experienced after exercise.

Are there any risks?

Chiropractic has far fewer risks than many other treatments for your problem. Serious side effects are extremely uncommon and research shows that chiropractic is one of the safest and most effective forms of treatment available. We will, of course, be happy to discuss all your concerns regarding treatment.

Do chiropractors use X-rays?

Chiropractors are qualified to take and read X-rays. Any decision to take X-rays will be made in consultation with you. At all times we will weigh the risks against the benefits and advise you accordingly.

‘My health and well-being has increased beyond belief since I consulted the Deansgate Chiropractors. I recommend anyone who values their quality of life and health to book in and let them take care of you!’
Angie Robinson. CEO Chamber of Commerce, Manchester.

Do you know someone else we could help?

Referrals to the clinic receive the initial consultation, report of findings and spinal care class
at a 50% reduction.
Call 0161 935 8216 or email stewart_wilson3@btconnectcom
Alternatively speak with your Chiropractor for more details.

References:
Waddell G et al Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Acute Low Back Pain.
(1999) Royal College of General Practitioners

Chiropractic Websites by Perfect Patients.