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+ 44 (0) 1481 723724

You can book your appointment over the phone or online.

Meet The Team

Meet the Chiropractic & Massage Clinic (Ltd) team.

Further information & details about Guthrie Steer, Mark Griffin, Emma Hicks, Emma Kinder, Amy Critchlow & Michelle Le Page.

Appointments

Did you know you can now book your CMC appointments online?

Check our schedule & book your next appointment at a mutually convenient time.

Clinic Opening Hours

Mon – Fri 8:30 – 20:00
Saturday Sports Therapy

See individual profiles for availability.

 

Welcome to the Chiropractic & Massage Clinic (Ltd) Guernsey

CMC provides effective, efficient and professional treatment for a wide range of common musculoskeletal conditions and injuries in a pleasant and relaxed environment.

Our aim is to enable patients to better understand their own role in the maintenance of good health and the prevention of injury as well as providing appropriate intervention and, if necessary, referral.

The clinic is conveniently located in Bosq Lane, St Peter Port, and parking is available on site.

For any further information, or to make an appointment please call + 44 (0) 1481 723724.  You can also book an appointment using the appointments tab at the top of this page.

Latest news

Chiropractic + Massage Clinic Ltd shared Rethinking Physiotherapy's Shoulder Exercise Progression. ...

Former Team GB Olympic and Commonwealth sprinter Laura Turner-Alleyne demonstrating different shoulder exercises. Relevant for shoulder rehabilitation. Go follow FXNL Media for more videos. Click 'HD' to view in high quality.

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This video is amazing.

Chiropractic is a useful and powerful mode of healthcare. To make an appointment with our chiropractor, Guthrie Steer please visit www.cmc.gg to make the appointment online or call the clinic on 723724.
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This teenager had been unable to stand up straight for four months, but thanks to this doctor he made an amazing recovery 💕

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Interesting study. ...

Exercise vs. Surgery for Knee Pain: What Works? The BMJ guideline advises against surgery for almost all patients with degenerative knee damage. This video demonstrates the basic ‘neuromuscular’ exercises based on Kise et al (2016), which used exercises from Stensrud et al (2012). They found no difference between between surgery and exercise at 2 years follow-up. Remember to subscribe to our page so that you can see everything we share 📱👌🏻 Video credit: thekneeresource.com. Follow them on Twitter: @thekneeresource.

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