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How We Treat

We use safe,  gentle and effective treatments for neuromuscular conditions including chiropractic adjustments, Western  acupuncture and rehabilitation techniques that will be tailored to your individual needs to achieve long term pain relief, improved mobility and better posture, for a better quality of life.

Your first visit. What to expect:

Enter through the main front door. Please wait in the waiting area where you will be given a questionnaire and consent form to fill out. We will run through more questions for a history on your health. Your first visit will take about 45 minutes.

Your chiropractor will take details of your complaint. You will also be asked about your medical history and that of your direct relatives (grandparents, parents, siblings and children). This will enable a full picture of your health to be determined.

An examination looking at orthopaedic and neurological functions will then be carried out and if you are required to remove clothing, you will be given the privacy to do this. You will never be asked to remove any underwear.

The findings are then discussed and explained so you have a good understanding of the findings and chiropractic care required. Once your diagnosis has been explained to you, a bespoke programme of treatment will be recommended.

Depending on the individual case, chiropractic treatment and adjustments will begin. The reasons for this will be outlined but will be based mainly on the length of time you have had your problem, the severity of your complaint, your age and general health state. Other treatment options may also be discussed.

Following this, if you are happy to proceed, a course of treatment tailored to your individual needs can be discussed and then begin with your permission. You are always able to ask any questions throughout the appointment. Questions from you are always encouraged.

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Diane Chaplin: Biography

‘I love being able to help patients of all ages with all sorts of different problems. Lifelong learning is very important to me and I have undertaken additional training in pregnancy and paediatric conditions, dry needling (western acupuncture), electroacupuncture, myofascial release techniques, gait analysis and cranial work (Sacral occipital Techniques) to name but a few.

I graduated with a Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) degree from the excellent Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth. I am a member of The British Chiropractic Association and registered with the General Chiropractic Council. I am a passionate chiropractor who strives to offer exceptional chiropractic treatment to all ages.’

Diane is known for her friendly and professional approach. Her treatment plans are tailored to suit the individual and include exercises, education and understanding with a focus on well-being and empowering patients to make better lifestyle choices.

Sports has played a large role in Diane’s life. She was an ASA swim teacher in Australia and the UK, as well as helping coach spring board divers. She helped run mountain biking and rock climbing clubs through university and was an avid scuba diver. After sustaining a back and neck injury, Diane found chiropractic treatment was the most beneficial for her recovery which led her into the Chiropractic profession. In 2011 she graduated with a Masters in chiropractic from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic and has been in practice since. She continues to enhance her chiropractic skills with post graduate training in Sacro-Occipital Technique, pregnancy, paediatrics, sports injury & fascial release techniques and electro acupuncture which can be used to help manage musculoskeletal pain.

Diane works between two clinics, All align in Liss and with Emily Mason at The Spinal Answer in Four Marks, Alton. Before this she worked for Back2health in Petersfield for five years, and in clinics in Essex, Devon.

Diane enjoys living an active lifestyle, balancing family life with her hobbies which includes swimming, sea going activities, mountain biking, pilates, gardening, cycling and her dog.

Diane is an associate member of the British Chiropractic Association and registered with the General Chiropractic Council.

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