Best Practice Chiropractic offers discounts with Argus Card

Penny Killick and Lauren Leake-Lyall of Best Practice Chiropractic

Penny Killick and Lauren Leake-Lyall of Best Practice Chiropractic

First published in News

CRACKING offers are available for readers of The Argus at a chiropractor.

Best Practice Chiropractic in Dyke Road, Brighton, is offering up discounts on initial visits to the clinic on presentation of The Argus Card.

The chiropractor helps deal with a host of ailments including many chronic pain related conditions affecting the back, neck, hips, knees and shoulders.

Their team is compromised of dedicated healthcare professionals and they design a care plan to suit the patient and ensure a full recovery. Readers of The Argus are able to check themselves in and get 10% off their initial visit, which includes a consultation, examination and x-ray upon request.

For more information go to www.chiropractor-brighton.co.uk or call 01273 560 888 The Argus Card gives a range of fantastic discounts at restaurants, shops, salons and other businesses across the county.

To activate your card and view all available discounts, visit the website theargus.co.uk/the_argus_card or call 0500 101 606.

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12:37pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Justin says...

Before taking advantage of this back-cracking quack offer, reader may wish to check the facts. For the majority of conditions chiropractic claims to treat, it is no better than placebo. For lower back pain, it is better than placebo but no better than paracetamol or a light exercise programme. Also, a few people each year die from the 'neck crack' causing vertebral artery dissection.
Before taking advantage of this back-cracking quack offer, reader may wish to check the facts. For the majority of conditions chiropractic claims to treat, it is no better than placebo. For lower back pain, it is better than placebo but no better than paracetamol or a light exercise programme. Also, a few people each year die from the 'neck crack' causing vertebral artery dissection. Justin
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