The Spine and Joint Centre has helped thousands of patients like you to get out of pain as quickly as possible and with the minimum of discomfort since 2001
What our patients say
We aim to get our patients out of pain as quickly as possible and with the minimum of discomfortRishi S Loatey – Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr Loatey In The News
Who do our Ealing and Harrow Chiropractors treat?
Since the Spine and Joint Centre (formerly Richdales Chiropractic Centre) was opened in 2001, our team of experienced chiropractors in Ealing and Harrow have treated thousands of patients. The patients we treat suffer with spinal and joint related problems, headaches, sports and work injuries and posture related problems.
Treating you as in individual …
Having treated so many patients it is highly likely that we have helped a patient suffering from a problem similar to you. However, our highly experienced Ealing and Harrow Chiropractors always treat you as an individual and your treatment is specific to your condition and needs.
A Convenient Location for You to Visit
The Spine and Joint Centre is located in a convenient location in North West London. With free on-site parking and excellent transport routes nearby,visiting the clinic is convenient for our patients.
Our patients visit us from …
Our patients visit us from Ealing, Harrow, Wembley, Greenford, Sudbury, Northolt, Hanwell, Neasden, Park Royal, Brent Park, White City and Southall.
19th Jun 2018
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