About Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a regulated healthcare profession that aims to reduce pain and improve movement and function in the joints, muscles and nerves by using a combination of manipulation, mobilisation, soft tissue techniques, stretching, exercises and other modalities.

All chiropractors regulated by the GCC (General Chiropractic Council) must have undertaken at least 4 years of training at a recognised institution.

Scope

Most people think chiropractors just treat backs, but actually they can treat all joints.

The most common problems chiropractors see are:

If you are unsure if your problem is suitable for chiropractic please contact me.

About Katharine

Katharine (Katie) Clarke graduated from the University of Glamorgan (now called the University of South Wales) with a Masters Degree in Chiropractic in 2009. Following this she continued her professional development with further post-graduate study whilst working in Hertfordshire, before moving back to her home county of Northamptonshire to set up her own Chiropractic business. After getting married in September 2015 her surname changed from Millar to Clarke.

As well as providing a mobile service in Northampton and Wellingborough, she is also the first and only Chiropractor in Corby. Here she works in Lakeside Surgery and Forest Gate Medical Centre, the two largest doctors surgeries in Corby. For further information about her services in Corby please visit www.corbychiropractic.com.

Aside from being a Chiropractor, Katie also keeps fit by attending static trapeze classes.

Katharine is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and British Chiropractic Association.

BCA logo GCC logo

Testimonials

"Many thanks to Katie for her knowledge and expertise in treating a long term injury - I could not have done it without her!"
Siobhán Hyland
Britain's Strongest Woman 2011 and 2012 / British International Highland Games Open Champion 2012