At Exeter Chiropractors we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of back pain, sciatica, neck pain and headaches.
We help treat patients with a range of issues including unresolved chronic problems, those who have suffered injury or trauma and more general problems associated with pregnancy, age or leisure activities. With the help of excellent service from a dedicated staff the clinic has grown rapidly and is now the busiest chiropractic clinic in Exeter and the South West.
Where the best of modern technology meets clinical expertise and passion, we are dedicated to helping you achieve the best results possible. We commonly see patients with:
I went to Richard and his team around 6 weeks before I was due to run the London Marathon 2017 with a tight and sore posterior chain especially in my calves; once I was assessed, the problem was hightlighed that my pelvis and lower back were out of aline. I had an intensive course of treatment with Richard leading up to the marathon and he got me back on track...
Lewie Heaver, Exeter
Before visiting Richard I struggled for a long time with back pain. Physio work failed to resolve it but Richard has worked wonders and I feel so much better after just a short course of treatment.
I had given up expecting to get back to normal, but Richard has got me almost 100% back to how I was.
Steve Beer, Exeter
I first came to Exeter Chiropractors in Decemeber 2016 after years of problems with my back. Problems that were causing issues with my hips, arms and posture. Richard and the team have been great, I no longer have any of these issues. I now manage my back with once a month appointments.
Thank you Exeter Chiropractors, you are amazing.
Becky Allen, Exeter
I first came to Exeter Chiropractors with cluster headaches and neck and back pain. I have since been for a course of treatment and im feeling great. I haven't taken pain killers now in months. Thank you so much Exeter Chiropractors team.
Richard Davies, Exeter
Painkillers have been mentioned in the news again recently for all the wrong reasons. The widespread use of opioids to treat pain frequently prompts concerns about addiction and even deaths. So, why are these...
The first thing to understand is that pain is a symptom, not the problem. Pain is just an indicator that something isn’t quite right. Pain is a form of communication from your body....
There is new research from the BCA (British Chiropractic Association) that has found that 41% of people questioned have been prevented from exercising and being active due to back or neck pain. Furthermore,...