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Claire Stephens returns from a maternity break on Monday 9th September 2018. She gave birth to another beautiful girl and now has two young daughters to keep her busy when she is not at work. Claire treats the a wide variety of patients from all ages and has a particular interest in caring for young children, as well looking after mothers during and after pregnancy.
Despite advancements in research into migraines, little is still known about the cause of this condition. Although there has been shown to be no cure for migraines, the pain and the effects that it has on our everyday life can be reduced and prevented with chiropractic care, as demonstrated by recent evidence (including a systematic review, the highest quality form of evidence).
Alex Broomsgrove will be returning to Skelian Chiropractic clinic at the end of August. He is originally from Bristol, spent a few months working as a locum at Skelian in 2016, and is now returning for good. As well as treating patients of all ages and for a full range of different problems, Alex is also a sports specialist chiropractor and has experience treating a variety of athletes from different sporting backgrounds, ranging from golf, rugby, powerlifting, track and field as well as Iron men and women.
Now the gardening season is well under way, especially with last weekend's warmer weather, here at Skelian Chiropractic Clinic we have seen a sudden increase in gardening related back problems. Here are our top 5 tips to keep your back pain at bay during the spring and summer.
We are delighted to have been awarded the Clinical Management Quality Mark (CMQM) for the third consecutive occasion by the Royal College of Chiropractors, and this time with a special commendation - one of only two clinics in the whole UK to receive this accolade. The award was presented to Stuart Smellie and Ben Evans at a ceremony in London on 31st January. The CMQM is awarded to chiropractic clinics that demonstrate excellence in terms of operating within a structured and managed clinical environment.
Skelian’s clinic director, Stuart Smellie, has been announced as winner of the 2016 UK Chiropractor of the Year Award. Matthew Bennett, president of the British Chiropractic Association, presented the award at a ceremony in Leamington Spa on 1st October. In his speech, he praised Stuart for his 25 years of work for the profession, and in particular the writing of a set of Quality Standards for the Royal College of Chiropractors.