"committed to Patient-Centred Care"

Warm Hands Spinal Care Clinic Ltd. UK Company no: 08608831

Trading Address: 6-10 St. Georges Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4DP

Registered office address: Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX

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Who we help?

Low back pain


Migraine prevention

Headache arising from the neck

Mechanical neck pain

General acute & chronic back pain

Shoulder pain

Minor sports injuries

Generalised aches & pains

Joint pains

Ankle sprain (Short term managment)

Muscle spasm & Cramp

Inability to relax

Plantar fasciitis (short term management)


Following the consultation your chiropractor will perform a thorough physical examination, including a postural assessment, orthopaedic, neurological tests.

Before your first appointment you will be asked to fill out a new patient form to give us as much information as possible before we begin the consultation process.

During the consultation your chiropractor will take an in depth history of the events surrounding your presenting complaint. Lifestyle factors will also be taken into account, as well as your past health history.

Before treatment starts your chiropractor will explain your examination findings, what seems to be a problem with you and also tell you whether chiropractic treatment is appropriate for your condition, or you need to be referred to your GP.


You may also be given advice regarding exercise and lifestyle changes that may be beneficial to your condition.



What To Expect On Your First Visit

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Report of Findings


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Patient Forms

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Chiropractic treatment mainly involves safe, often gentle, specific adjustments, done by hand, to free joints in the spine or other areas of the body that are not moving properly.


Most often this requires a short thrust to a joint that can result in an audible ‘crack’ and may bring relief to symptoms as well as an increased feeling of well-being. The ‘crack’ is simply the sound of bubbles of gas popping in the fluid of the joint as the pressure is released.

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