A Chiropractor who also specializes in Tibetan Medicine, Acupuncture, Dry needling, Tibetan massage and Tibetan Dur Bon Kum Nye.
Chiropractic is a health care profession that specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of neuromusculoskeletal system disorders. That is the mechanical dysfunction of the joints, mainly focusing on the spinal joints and their effect on the nervous system. How our structure and function integrate influences our general wellbeing.
Conditions that may be helped by Chiropractic include:
- low back pain
- neck pain
- joint conditions.
As the largest drugless healing profession in the western world, Chiropractors use a range of manual techniques including joint adjustments, manipulation and soft tissue techniques to restore normal movement to joints, alleviating pain and irritation of the nerves. When nerves function properly our body can balance and heal itself. Exercise, posture and diet advise is also given.
On your first consultation a detailed history of your health and full examination will take place.
(B. App. Sci. Chiropractic)
Stephanie Wright graduated from Phillip Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia (now affiliated with Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) in 1987. After 5 years of working in Australia Stephanie moved to the UK and began practising in London.
Following her interest in acupuncture Stephanie started studying Tibetan Medicine in 1992. She has also undertaken various dry needling and western acupuncture courses.
Stephanie uses a range of Chiropractic techniques including diversified, extremity adjustments and soft tissue techniques. Other modalities used include acupuncture, moxa, cupping, Tibetan massage and exercise.
Stephanie is currently a member of the United Chiropractic Association ( UCA) and registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC). She is also a member of British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS).