At Exeter Chiropractors we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of complex pain and injury complaints including sports injuries.
We help treat patients with a range of issues such as 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 would definitely recommend Richard to anyone who suffers with back pain. He diagnosed my problem straight away and gave me lots of good exercises to do to help my condition. The results were amazing and I definitely feel a whole lot better thanks to him. Richard and Sara are both very friendly, polite and professional and they make me feel at ease when I am here
Kelly Bradford, Exeter
When i came to Exeter Chiropractors i had been having persistent neck pain and waking most days with a headache. Thankfully my symptoms are much improved thanks to the great teatment here and i now know how to support myself between visits.
My son (age 12) has also benefitted from seeing Richard, as i was concerned about his stooped posture. This is much improved also and he is more careful...
Rachel Willett, Exeter
I am now into the recovery phase of my treatment and am very pleased with this outcome. My neck is so much better and the tension has almost disappeared. I am much more body and posture aware and will definitely be recommending Richard to anyone who has similar problems. Richard and Sara have been great and made my treatment almost a pleasure. Thank you.
Julie King, Exeter
After 2 years of physio for various complaints, Richard has by far been the best chiropractor/professional I have come across. After only a few sessions, the diagnosis I have been waiting for seems to have set me on the right path to finally get is sorted!
Ruth Wintle, Bristol
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....
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