Mr Max Atkinson


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About me

Max graduated in 1995 with a Distinction in Chiropractic from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, England.

Since then Max has attended numerous seminars both in the UK and around the world enabling him to meet experienced chiropractors and learn skills that can help him treat a wide range of problems.

He has lectured at international events on chiropractic and has been instrumental in developing the current post-graduate training year that every chiropractor is required to take before being granted their doctor of chiropractic. He continues to train in new techniques in chiropractic.

Max hugely enjoys his work and has this to say about chiropractic – “More and more people are turning to chiropractic care because they want a natural approach to health. Our aim is to treat everyone individually and fully assess his or her general health. We aim to treat the problem with the highest quality care and correct it as quickly as possible. We also give advice on nutrition, posture, ergonomics and exercises to help prevent against a recurrence. If we cannot help we will be honest right from the start and if the treatment is not appropriate we will refer as necessary.

Areas of interest

Treatment of Back Pain; Neck Pain; Joint Pain; Extremity Pain; Rehabilitation of Chronic back pain; Gait analysis & Prescription Orthotics; Western Acupuncture; All age ranges and both athletes and general public.

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    Follow on chiropractor session - (5-50)

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    Initial chiropractor session - (5-50)

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