Lavina and James are a husband and wife team who have been helping individuals live their lives to the full for over twenty years.
Having worked separately in a number of different chiropractic clinics, they were excited to bring their skills together under one roof when they opened Weald Chiropractic & Wellness in 2015.
They work closely to ensure that each patient receives the individualised care that they need to return to a state of health and wellbeing.
Since moving to their new clinic premises on the Graylands Estate, Horsham, in March 2020, they have grown their team of Horsham chiropractors with the addition of experienced practitioners to meet the growing needs of their community.
Unit 29 Graylands Estate, Langhurst Wood Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 4QD
Our service areas include West Sussex, Horsham and Crawley. Your appointment will be at our clinic on Graylands estate between Horsham and Crawley.
Our team of chiropractors in Horsham work hard to get you back on your feet again.
You may be looking for help with a specific pain, condition or injury. Perhaps you lack sleep and energy and know that you are not operating at your optimal level. Whatever your individual circumstances, you have come to the right place to restore your health and wellbeing.
On booking your initial appointment, you will receive a booking confirmation email with links to complete your patient intake forms before your appointment.
If you have had any recent X-Rays, MRI scans or blood tests carried out, bring a copy of the report with you to the Horsham chiropractic clinic.
Your Chiropractor will discuss your symptoms and medical history with you and then carry out a range of muscular and neurological tests in order to diagnose your specific problem.
They will fully discuss their findings and provide you with an individual treatment plan to get you back to full fitness. Allow yourself 1 hour for this initial consultation.
Chiropractors have been helping people for over 110 years. The technique was first developed by DD Palmer in 1895 and the underpinning theory behind it is the concept that dysfunction in the spine can alter the functions of the nervous system creating pain and illness.
The word 'chiropractic' comes from the Greek 'chiros' and 'praktikos' meaning 'done by hand'.