Why Choose Us
Are You suffering from pain?
We offer treatment for a wide variety of problems including back pain, neck pain, migraine, leg pain, shoulder pain, rotator cuff injuries, knee injuries, elbow pain, wrist pain, foot pain, radiculopathies, mid-back pain, tendonitis, epicondylitis and much more.
Helping you to help yourself
The things we do everyday affect our bodies, either positively or negatively. We believe in giving you the opportunity to change for the better, in the way you feel and the way you move. We will aid you with the information and treatment you need, helping you achieve long lasting positive effects.
Friendly and professional
All our staff and Chiropractors aim to make you feel special by offering you a friendly and professional service. Our Chiropractors have all studied a 4 year full time degree, including Biomechanics, Neurology, Orthopaedics, Radiology and Musculoskeletal treatment techniques; enabling them to offer you a diagnosis combined with excellent care.
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Your first visit.
Your first visit will normally last between 45 minutes and an hour. During that time your chiropractor will take a full case history, give you a thorough physical examination, including orthopaedic and neurological tests, and if necessary refer you to your GP. So you can be sure that you are in the right place.
Before the start of your treatment, your chiropractor will explain clearly and in detail, the results of your initial examination, using models and computer images where necessary. So that you can understand how and why you’re experiencing your problem. Your chiropractor will then explain the proposed treatment plan, and what you are likely to feel, both during and after your treatment. At this stage your chiropractor can give you a guide to how long it will take to achieve your health goals. So you can plan ahead.
Your first treatment usually involves...
You laying on your front, side, or back on the treatment couch whilst your adjustments are being done. Then your chiropractor may use either soft tissue massage techniques or ultra-sound on the surrounding areas; depending what your individual case requires. At the end of your first treatment, your chiropractor will give you specific, relevant advice to help speed up your healing process in between treatments. So you can confidently know what to do to speed up your recovery, or if you’re feeling sore.
At Merthyr chiropractic clinic we want you to feel comfortable and confident in our service at all times, so if you have any questions, at any time, we will gladly answer them for you.
Meet The Team
Daniel is the owner and principle Chiropractor at Merthyr Chiropractic Clinic. He established the clinic in 2006 after practicing in Cardiff for 3 years. Daniel graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2003, where he was held in such high esteem that he was asked to assist in teaching immediately after graduating. He has worked teaching Chiropractic technique and supervising 4th year Chiropractic students for 12 years and has taught radiology to the chiropractic students for 6 years. After 12 years teaching Daniel has now decided to dedicate himself to full-time practice.
Daniel is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC), a member of the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) and the British Chiropractic Association (BCA), the oldest chiropractic association in the world.
Bev initially came to the clinic as a patient over 3 years ago. Having had first hand experience of the benefits of Chiropractic she jumped at the opportunity to be part of our team. Bev’s role is to look after all patients, our regulars, and warmly welcoming new patients to the clinic. Behind the scenes (or screen) Bev keeps our admin flowing. Bev is a busy mother of three girls at home and at work looks after our three Chiropractors just as well!
Kate discovered chiropractic through her love of dancing. She was auditioning for a scholarship for her dance degree at the Laban Centre, London, and had to have a medical to assess the function of my musculoskeletal system. It was then discovered that she had a problem with her pelvis. Not taking any chances, Kate’s mum took her to a chiropractor. Back then she was just 19 and had never heard of chiropractic.
Kate graduated with a Masters Degree from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of Glamorgan in 2009 after four years of full-time study, achieving the “Clinician of the Year” award. Prior to this Kate worked as a rehabilitation assistant in a busy physiotherapy department within the NHS.
Kate has a special interest in acupuncture and she also returned to the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2013 to become a Supervising Tutor to the final year Chiropractic students in their clinical year. Kate is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC). A member of the British Chiropractic Association and the British Medical Acupuncture Society.
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