Dr Bruce Fraser
BSc (Hons) DC BA DPhysEd MMCA MCC
‘In the hands is healing’
Treatment from a Chiropractor has a proven success record and has received the backing from traditional medicine and now all chiropractors have to be registered.
What is a McTimoney Chiropractor?
The ‘McTimoney’ method of Chiropractic involves the application of small, low velocity adjustments to the joints to relieve pressure on the nerves, which are causing the pain. The Chiropractor’s work is not just carried out on the back, but on all joints. Cranial Therapy is also available as part of the treatment, which is highly effective in the relief of migraines, headaches, sinus and jaw problems.
Misalignments in the body can occur as a result of accidents, sporting activities, household tasks, poor posture or even emotional and physical stress.
Treatment from a Chiropractor is suitable for all ages, even babies, pregnant women and the elderly, and has an extremely high success rate with patients of all ages.
About Bruce Fraser
Who better to understand and treat the discomfort of back and joint pain than an ex-international athlete who himself had to give up his international sporting career through a back injury.
Bruce Fraser represented the United Kingdom as a top hammer thrower and won the Silver Medal for England in the Commonwealth Games. A back injury resulted in Bruce being in hospital on traction for 5 weeks and forced his retirement from international athletics. His interest in chiropractic began when, having tried many and varied therapies which failed to bring any relief to his back, he had his first chiropractic treatment. He was so impressed with the immediate and continued benefits, that he knew that, at some stage, his future career would be in this field. Having been a Physical Education Officer in the RAF he is now a Doctor of Chiropractic using the gentle McTimoney method.