Newmarket Chiropractic Clinic

The Newmarket Chiropractic Clinic is located on Newmarket High Street, Suffolk and was established in 1992.

It is run by Chiropractor Richard Iveson who qualified in 1986. Richard is a member of British Chiropractic Association and is registered with the General Chiropractic Council.

Chiropractic treatment in Newmarket, Suffolk
Newmarket Chiropractor, Suffolk
Chiropractic treatment in Newmarket, Suffolk

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is based on the diagnosis and manipulation treatment of the joints, especially those of the spinal column. Chiropractors treat a wide range of muscoskeletal conditions and the effect this can have on the nervous system.

Most people see a chiropractor with low back / leg pain, neck and arm pain or a sports injury. Other common reasons for seeing a chiropractor include aches and pains arising from poor posture, or injuries from falls.

Your chiropractor can offer practical tips and exercises to help with lifestyle. Chiropractic treatment is tailored to the individual patient's needs, but usually involves gentle specific manipulation or adjustment directed at joints that are not moving properly to help improve function and mobility.

Conditions which can benefit from chiropractic treatment include:

Call us for an appointment: 01638 665858

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Friday 15th November 2019

 Chiropractors are seeing an increasing number of cases of back and neck pain amongst a much Younger age group. One of the possible reasons for this could be that people are spending much more time in a sedentary lifestyle, watching...

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Our other location

Richard also runs a clinic two days per week in Long Melford, Suffolk with his wife who is a physiotherapist.

The Iveson Clinic, Long Melford, Suffolk visit

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Continual Professional Development

General Chiropractic Council

As with most professions, Chiropractors are required by law to undertake continuing professional development, training and study to ensure safe and evidence based treatment is delivered to patients.