Dr Joanna Nicholson, D.C., BSc (Hons), BA (Hons), MMCA, MCC, BHSAI, MIVCA.

I graduated with a first class honours degree in Chiropractic from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic then went on to postgraduate training in Animal Chiropractic with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic before taking and passing the independent board exam of the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. In total it has taken 6 years training to achieve the status of Human and Animal Chiropractor and I still keep myself up to date with new research and developments in chiropractic through CPD training.

I now divide my time between Human and Animal Practice. Chiropractic for animals is a well established specialist form of chiropractic. Any animal can be treated but the most common animals presented are horses and dogs. It is a rapidly growing profession as more and more animal owners discover the amazing benefits of this effective treatment which helps the body to restore itself to proper health without the use of drugs or surgery.

Every day most animals are exposed to situations that have the potential to cause problems with their spine and musculoskeletal system. These include: trauma, transport, demands of their work, conformation, saddle, rider issues (e.g. crooked or novice rider), lack of space, age, pre-existing medical conditions (e.g. navicular). Some animals have more ‘risk factors’ present in their life than others and are therefore likely to benefit from more regular treatment.


Chiropractors, Therapists


Greater London

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