McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapy is a method of restoring health by gentle, corrective manipulation of the bones of the head, spinal column, pelvis and limbs, thereby ensuring the proper functioning of the nerves and endocrine systems which control the natural self-healing capability of the body.

I am trained to assess bone misalignments by using my hands, and to correct any of these subluxations with highly refined yet extremely gentle manipulations. Exercises may be recommended and advice will always be given to help avoid a recurrence of the problem. It is important to realise that this therapy does not just relieve pain, but it can, and often does, remove the cause of other dis-ease. No cell or organ of the body can function properly without its correct supply of nerve impulses. McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapy, when used regularly, can be used as a preventative treatment, the frequency of which depends on the patient’s occupation and life-style. Various other manipulation techniques rely on fierce, or invasive long lever adjustments. The approach of the McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapist is to work with the body, not against it. Bones are not forced back into place, but are coaxed gently into position by adjustments that encourage soft tissue release.

Treatable Conditions:

Spinal Therapy can offer possible relief from such common problems as:

Standard Price £45.00

   Regular Client Price £36.50

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After Your Treatment

Keep moving – walk about for a while, it helps your body settle down

Keep warm and drink lots of water – this helps to flush toxins out of your system

Sit correctly, but not for too long, in a supportive chair and don’t cross your legs

Take a hot shower rather than a bath as it’s important to stay upright for as long as possible after your treatment.

You may be asked to do very special exercises designed to help keep your body in its correct posture. Everyone reacts differently to treatment. Some feel energetic, others tired. Occasionally people feel taller or as though they are walking on air! Some feel as though they have a mild dose of flu and others feel like they have been put through a mangle! It all depends on how long you have had a problem and how your body has adjusted itself in order to cope with that problem. Reactions to the treatment are many and varied but it is normal to feel a little achy all over for 2-3 days afterwards. It is not usually necessary to have a follow-up treatment less than 5 days after the initial one, as your body needs time to adjust.


Tracy is like gold dust, she has really helped with my neck issues, I love have treatments with her .

C from Ely

I went to see Tracy in a lot of pain and it hurt to walk. Even though I thought she hadn’t done much, in just one treatment, I felt so much better and it improved each time I went M from Burwell



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