The clinic is run by Mandeep Raju, Dr of chiropractic, from one of our specialist treatment rooms every Wednesday. We offer reduced fees for students.
Chiropractic is a primary health-care profession, so you do not need to be referred by your doctor. A chiropractor is trained to diagnose your problem and will refer you to another healthcare practitioner if necessary.
Chiropractors treat problems with joints, bones and muscles, and the effects they have on the nervous system. Working on all the joints of the body, concentrating particularly on the spine, they use their hands to make often gentle, specific adjustments (the chiropractic word for manipulation) to improve the efficiency of the nervous system and release the body's natural healing ability.
Chiropractic does not involve the use of any drugs or surgery. The effectiveness of chiropractic treatment is supported by research as well as by various UK government and medical organisations. Chiropractic may be available to patients under the umbrella of the NHS, but this will depend on the situation within a specific NHS Primary Care Trust. Otherwise patients see chiropractors in a private capacity either through self referral or as a result of a referral from their GP, other doctor or health professional. BCA chiropractors also treat people who are seeking treatment through private health insurers.
Mandeep uses a number of different Chiropractic techniques, including Diversified, Thompson, Gonstead, Activator, Dry Needling, Muscle Testing and Sacro-Occipital Technique. As such he can treat a wide range of conditions and adapt his treatment to suit the individual.
- Initial assessment is £45 - all patients will be required to pay for an initial assessment
- For university staff and the general public - treatment will cost £30
- For university students and concessions - treatment will cost £25
- Any cancellations must be made within 24 hours of your appointment. If not, you may be required to pay the full amount.
Mandeep has worked in a number of Chiropractic clinics in the UK gaining valuable knowledge and experience.
Graduating from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with an upper second-class BSc honours Chiropractic degree, Mandeep is registered with the General Chiropractic Council. Prior to his chiropractic education Mandeep gained a BSc honours degree in Physiology from the University of Leeds, giving him a solid science background. His fascination in the field was initially ignited upon witnessing the benefits of chiropractic as well as seeing the doctor patient interaction, which he avidly enjoyed.
Mandeep believes that the body is an instrument which must be looked after with great care. As a result he embraces the principals of chiropractic and practices what he preaches keeping his mind as active and alert as possible. He is enthusiastic and passionate about delivering the highest quality of Chiropractic care as possible. His aim is to help his patients live life to the fullest through Chiropractic and to advise them on lifestyle, including posture, diet, exercise and ergonomics.
He is passionate about chiropractic being available to everyone and has treated people of varying ages and occupations. These have ranged from students, sedentary and manual workers to professional PGA golfers, county footballers, rugby players, cricketers and triathletes.
Mandeep speaks a number of languages allowing him to relate to a wide variety of cultural backgrounds. Being a fitness enthusiast he enjoys the outdoors, going to the gym, playing tennis, squash, badminton and football. He loves cooking, a heritage of his cultural belongings both for personal satisfaction and for the delight of others.