Emersons Green Chiropractic Clinic 0117 957 0101

Emersons Green Chiropractic Clinic

Helping you help yourself

We specialise in the treatment of joint, muscle, ligament and nerve problems.

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Emersons Green Chiropractic: helping you help yourself

Emersons Green Chiropractic Clinic was established by Doug Ingrams in 1999 in the Blackhorse Medical Centre. The clinic grew there and expanded for 11 years. It was then moved across the road and is now located in treatment rooms above Keratin’s Hair Salon.

In 2010 Doug expanded his practice with purchase of a second clinic in a purpose built surgery located in a prime, central location just off Whiteladies Road. Emersons Green Chiropractic Clinic is a multi-disciplinary clinic providing chiropractic, acupuncture, sports massage and nutrition. Chris Isted has recently joined the team as a chiropracter and Doug splits his time between the two clinics.

Doug graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth in 1996 and set up practice in Bristol shortly after, building his reputation in the city since. He believes in the importance of keeping up to date with the latest developments in the chiropractic field, attending regular seminars to learn new ways of maintaining the well-being of Bristol’s health conscious residents. As a well-respected professional, Doug is a full member of the British Chiropractic Association, The College of Chiropractors and registered with the General Chiropractic Council.

With a friendly, welcoming manner and the authority you would expect from his many years of practice, Doug prides himself in putting even the most nervous patients at their ease and, most importantly, getting results – enabling those who seek his services to lead healthier day to day lives.

If you have any questions or want to book an appointment, please call or email. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to help yourself!

Healthcare Tip

Uncross Your Legs!

Whilst it can be comfortable for a period of time, crossing your legs as a habitual seated posture isn't recommended as it causes over-stretching of the pelvic joints over time. This can lead to dysfunction in the pelvis which can cause pelvic and lumbar pain. Try to sit in a balanced way with an even distribution of weight and save the leg-crossing for specific stretches!

Posted: 07/12/2016
By: Ben

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Monday
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Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
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