Patient Resources and Useful Links
- Spine Health – Some very useful information for patients with back or neck pain in particular.
- General Chiropractic Council (GCC) – The GCC is the body established by parliament to regulate and develop the chiropractic profession. If a chiropractor is not registered with them, they are not a chiropractor!
- McTimoney Chiropractic Association (MCA)– The MCA is a professional association for McTimoney chiropractors, helping the public understand the benefits of the McTimoney technique.
- British Chiropractic Association (BCA) – The BCA is another chiropractic association, helping people realise the positive effects of chiropractic as well as serving it’s members.
- The College of Chiropractors (CoC) – This association provides continuing support and education to qualified chiropractors, to promote clinical excellence.
- United Chiropractic Association (UCA) – The UCA is an organisation dedicated to representing chiropractors and students.
Chiropractic Colleges (UK)
- McTimoney College of Chiropractic (MCC) – The MCC is a college of chiropractic teaching the McTimoney technique, and also diversified and TRT techniques.
- Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) – The AECC is a Bournemouth based college teaching mainly diversified chiropractic techniques.
- University of Glamorgan (Welsh Institute of Chiropractic) – The Glamorgan based chiropractic college also teaches diversified chiropractic techniques through the welsh institute of chiropractic.
Chiropractic Related Scientific Journals
- Clinical Chiropractic – A journal on the clinical application of chiropractic techniques.
- Chiropractic and Manual Therapies – A journal including manipulation and other manual techniques.
- Spine – A journal concerned with the health of the spinal column (medical as well as chiropractic).
- Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT) – A broad journal which includes articles on exercise and rehabilitation as well as manipulation.
Other Health Links
- NICE guidelines on back pain – Here are the NICE guidelines on back pain, suggesting manual therapy (e.g. chiropractic).
- National Health Service – Although chiropractic isn’t mentioned, some nice information on back pain.
- Government Department of Health – An interesting government site from the department of health.