We are now fully open and offering appointments for all patients. If you need a chiropractic appointment please contact the clinic.
There are a number of adaptations to the way we operate, including the wearing of PPE for chiropractors and following social distancing measures where possible.
We are also asking patients to wear face-coverings at all times whilst in the clinic.
For more information on the measures we are taking to keep patients and staff safe, please visit our response to Covid-19 page.
At Worcester Chiropractic Clinic we place your health as our top priority. Our actions will always reflect this.
At Worcester Chiropractic Clinic, we treat a variety of different conditions. If you don’t see your problem here, don’t worry, contact us to see if we can help.
If you need to speak to a chiropractor to find out if we can help, please call the clinic on 01905 428956. Remember, if we don’t think we are the best people to fix you, we will refer you straight to the best people for the job.
If you’d like more information, or to book an appointment, please use the form on the right to get in touch with us, or call us on 01905 428956
If you require an emergency appointment outside of these hours please call the clinic and follow the instructions on the answer machine. A call out charge may be made for emergency appointments.
If you’d prefer to visit us in-house, you can find us at:
102 Bromyard Road,
Please note, initial consultation includes treatment where appropriate. Where treatment is not appropriate, letters of referral for further investigation are included in the consultation fee.
(approximately 60 minutes)
For patients paying through private health insurance, a 10% administration charge may be added.
We are always keen to hear what patients have to say about Worcester Chiropractic Clinic, whether good or bad, as your opinions help us maintain the highest standards of care. Honest feedback helps us determine what changes we need to make to keep improving. We do not offer incentives or discounts for positive reviews.
Here you can read about other peoples’ experiences at Worcester Chiropractic Clinic.
The Royal College of Chiropractors has awarded Worcester Chiropractic Clinic its Patient Partnership Quality Mark (PPQM).
We are delighted to have achieved this status, as the Royal College of Chiropractors only grants this award to practices that demonstrate excellence in all areas of patient care. We are the only chiropractors in Worcester to have gained this mark.
Our goal at Worcester Chiropractic Clinic is to get you functioning at your best as quickly as possible. Whether this means getting you out of pain or enhancing your motor control, our chiropractors have the skills to transform your sporting performance.
The majority of injuries treated day to day by chiropractors tend to be those that have built up over a long time. Even injuries that seem to have come on very suddenly usually have underlying factors that have been building over time. These underlying causes relate to faulty movement patterns. The role of a chiropractor is to use manual techniques to relieve pain, but then to re-program movement patterns to prevent re-injury.
If you have never had chiropractic treatment before, or aren’t sure what to expect from Worcester Chiropractic Clinic, please explore our website.
If you have any further questions, or would like to make an appointment, you can contact us here. You can also call the clinic and ask to speak to a chiropractor before making an appointment. Our number is 01905 428956.
Since 1986 Worcester Chiropractic Clinic have been helping the people of Worcestershire with all manner of neuromusculoskeletal health problems.
The clinic was founded by chiropractor Dr Ewen Merry, but its history goes back even further than that. Dr Merry founded Worcester Chiropractic Clinic by purchasing a patient list from a chiropractor in Malvern, Mr Ken Correll.
Worcester Chiropractic Clinic has always been located on Bromyard Road in St Johns, but the practice moved to its current location of 102 Bromyard Road in Spring 1989.