Author Topic: Chiropracty on the NHS  (Read 561 times)


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Chiropracty on the NHS
« on: June 30, 2010, 10:32:18 am »
As a follow on to this thread, is there any experience of chiropracty on the NHS.

I have occaisional back problems - not associated with cycling per se, as far as I can tell - which are generally resolved by a couple of visits to a Chiropractor (its the nearest thing to an instant cure I know). It strikes me as exactly the sort of treatment which should be available on the NHS as it represents the difference between being a chairbound invalid to a fully functioning member of society in nothing flat.

Sadly, my experience is that it generally takes a couple of days to get to see my GP and then weeks/months for any further referral which is frankly useless. As it happens I'll be seeing my GP in a couple of weeks and will have a word then.