Dr Kirsten Cloete (M.Chiro)
What I believe
"To me, health is about so much more than simply the absence of pain or disease. It is multi-faceted, involving the body, mind and soul, and being free to live life to our true potential.
Chiropractic is simply part of this healthy, proactive lifestyle. Tending to the molehills before they become mountains. Being grateful for the health we have, and taking positive action to preserve, improve and maximise it- in tandem with eating well, moving well, and thinking well. Realising that, even though it’s a cliche, our health, truly is our greatest wealth."
Amplifies body wellness
Many people report better sleep, improved concentration, higher energy levels and better digestion with regular chiropractic adjustments.
Safe and natural choice
Chiropractic is a safe and gentle way of optimising the body's function and innate ability to heal, no matter what your age.
Studies show that chiropractic adjustments are more effective at reducing back and neck pain than most medications, including opiate drugs.
Addresses the cause, not the symptom
Chiropractic does not treat named symptoms. Part of the aim of chiropractic is to locate and correct the underlying cause of symptoms, to ensure they don't reoccur.
When the little bones in your spine (vertebrae) are moving freely, you will find your posture naturally improves.
Improved athletic performance
Athletes the world-over incorporate chiropractic care into their health programme, to help optimise performance, and prevent injury.
What others say...
"I've attended several practices in the US and UK and this is the best. Kirsten identifies the problems and treats them with individually-tailored solutions while explaining her approach with clarity and sensitivity. She has reassuring expertise and an ability to communicate that is - in my experience - very rare."
— Dr Bridget Jackson
Dr Kirsten Cloete
Kirsten graduated in 2007 with a Masters Degree in Chiropractic, from the Durban University of Technology in her home country of South Africa.
After moving over to the UK in 2008, Kirsten continued her studies in various chiropractic techniques, eventually specialising with an extremely gentle yet comprehensive technique called Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT).