Chiropractic Clinic Open in Central Manchester

Our Chiropractic Clinic opened in Central Manchester in October 2014 and is located in the St James’ building on Oxford Street, and is associated with our new chiropractic training facility, the first in the north of England.   Our Chiropractic Interns provide care to the local community at an affordable price as part of their final, supervised Masters year of study.

Chiropractic has been found helpful for managing a wide range of problems, including back ache, neck ache, headaches and joint pain, as well as for rebalancing the whole body and helping individuals optimise their health and wellbeing.

MANCHESTER clinic opening times are:

  • Thursday: 1pm to 5pm
  • Friday: 9am to 1pm
Should you wish to make an appointment please telephone: 0161 235 7100, or call for a FREE spine check and a chat to one of our Interns to find out if chiropractic can help.

ECCE Accreditation

ECCE congratulates the McTimoney College of Chiropractic on its accreditation of the full time  4 year Integrated Masters in Chiropractic and Pathway Programme leading to the qualification of MChiro.

The Commission on Accreditation at its meeting on 25 November 2016 in London UK decided to accredit the full time programme at McTimoney College of Chiropractic for three years (the maximum time available for first accreditation).

World Health Organisation Agenda for Health Promotion

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On Friday, September 2, 2016, as part of the Rubicon Group, the Principal of McTimoney College, Professor Christina Cunliffe,  was pleased to have taken part in a landmark meeting in the Executive Board Room at the World Health Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland in partnership with the Alliance for Health Promotion.

Speakers at the meeting included Eugenio Villar, M.D., (Coordinator, Social Determinants of Health); Faten Ben Abdelaziz, Ph.D. (Prevention of Non-Communicable Disease Department); Joel Schaeffer, (Communications Officer) and Gaudenz Silberschmidt, M.D., (Director, Partnership and Non-State Actors).

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These speakers shared their perspectives and vision for the promotion of health around the world.  Discussions centred on how chiropractic could help meet these goals, and how The Rubicon Group might assist with various global initiatives.

 

McTimoney College contributes funds to support high quality research into stroke

Led by New Zealand College, McTimoney College of chiropractic is a founding member of the Rubicon Group.

TRG Press Realease Re stroke study funding Apr 29 2016

McTimoney College Wins National Quality Award!

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We are very pleased to announce that McTimoney College of Chiropractic has been awarded the Clinical Management Quality Mark (CMQM) by The Royal College of Chiropractors.

The CMQM is awarded to chiropractic clinics that demonstrate excellence in terms of operating within a structured and managed clinical environment. Applicants must demonstrate excellence in a range of areas including clinical audit, incident reporting and patient satisfaction.

This award recognises the clinic’s commitment to operating in a professionally managed environment.

 

Further details about the Royal College of Chiropractors can be found by clicking here.

Register soon for our next Open Day!

Our next Open Day for the Pathway to HE Certificate in Health and Integrated Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) programmes is being held on 15 December 2016.  Why not come along for a tour of the College and find out more about the programme you are interested in?

Our Open Day dates are as follows:

MChiro and Pathway to HE Certificate in Health

 

15 December

 

Graduate Certificate in Animal Therapy and MSc Animal Manipulation:

18 November

 

If you would like to register, please email admissions@mctimoney-college.ac.uk or call 01235 468582.

Chiropractic Clinic Open in Central Manchester

Our Chiropractic Clinic opened in Central Manchester in October 2014 and is located in the St James’ building on Oxford Street, and is associated with our new chiropractic training facility, the first in the north of England.   Our Chiropractic Interns provide care to the local community at an affordable price as part of their final, supervised Masters year of study.

Chiropractic has been found helpful for managing a wide range of problems, including back ache, neck ache, headaches and joint pain, as well as for rebalancing the whole body and helping individuals optimise their health and wellbeing.

MANCHESTER clinic opening times are:

  • Thursday: 1pm to 5pm
  • Friday: 9am to 1pm
Should you wish to make an appointment please telephone: 0161 235 7100, or call for a FREE spine check and a chat to one of our Interns to find out if chiropractic can help.

The Rubicon Group

McTimoney College of Chiropractic is part of a consortium of chiropractic educational institutions who envisage universal access to chiropractic care for improved performance, the enrichment of life potential, greater health and well-being.


The Rubicon Group »

Videos

Your future practice?

Watch our students in this series of videos as they share their views and opinions…

Becoming a Chiropractor

Becoming a ChiropractorBecoming a Chiropractor provides a clear picture of what embarking on a career in chiropractic really involves.

This newly published book will provide all the background information you need!

Snippets from the book:

    • “Now the whole family goes to our chiropractor.  A kind of weekly ‘tune up’.  Take it from me, the chiropractic advocate who has absolutely no agenda at all – it’s a remarkable therapy that society really should know much, much more about.”
      Quentin Willson.  British TV presenter and motoring expert
    • “The process of researching and identifying a career that you are most suited to can be a somewhat daunting process, but the rewards of following a career that truly engages you should not be underestimated.”
      Matt Green, Director of Professional Development
    • ‘Becoming a chiropractor is a very personal journey.  Perhaps you have been helped by chiropractic, or maybe a friend or a member of your family has told you about their experiences, and this has got you thinking about whether or not chiropractic is the career for you.  It may be that you are interested in health generally and are exploring a number of different options.  The fact that you are reading this means that you are seriously considering either embarking on a new career, or a change in career, and want to know how to go about it and what the implications might be.
    • This book will provide you with more information about chiropractic, but it also aims to offer you different perspectives that might help you to make your decision. It starts off by telling you a little bit about chiropractic and what chiropractors do, but it will also talk about the patient’s perspective and the things that you can do after you graduate such as work with children, or animals or in sports. It will explain about the application process and looks at the various training options open to you, which include full-time options as well as those specifically designed for people wanting to return to study while they are in work. It also goes into detail about the specifics of the training and describes the student journey.”
      Professor Christina Cunliffe, Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors
    • “As with all high demand careers, chiropractic can surely be seen as a lifestyle choice — a lifestyle that helps people on their pathway to health!  Perhaps at the moment you are sitting at a desk working in an office.  Maybe you enjoy some of what you do at work but are ready for a change.  Possibly you have been made redundant or coming up for early retirement but are not yet ready to give up work altogether.  All in all, the chances are that your current lifestyle no longer suits you.  As a chiropractor at your lifestyle will be very different.  You will almost certainly be self-employed and able to choose how and when you want to practise.  Essentially you will be in control of your own destiny.”
      Valerie Pennacchio, Vice Principal, McTimoney College of Chiropractic
    • “Chiropractic is the best kept secret in health care.  It presents the opportunity to help patients, to make a real difference to people’s lives and to enter a fulfilling and rewarding profession.  Deciding to become a chiropractic student will be one of the biggest decisions you will ever make, and embarking on a career in chiropractic will change your perception of the world and provide you with great opportunities.”
      Peter Dixon, Past Chair, General Chiropractic Council
    • “Chiropractic training is not an easy option.  The programme requires you to be good with your brain and also with your hands.  Throughout the training, you have to be ready to challenge your own ideas about the world and about yourself, and you have to be prepared to work hard to develop your skills.  Support is available however, and all your fellow students are travelling the same road.  A real community develops, in which people quickly learn not only to give help to any fellow student but also, importantly, to ask for help too. My time at college brought me the bonus of new friends – and I am grateful to every one of them for helping me make it such a memorable and priceless journey.  Strength, hard work and determination are a few of the many words to describe what was required to achieve this degree, all of which was made possible by the guidance and support provided by everybody at the College’.
      Mary Young – new graduate

Becoming a Chiropractor” is available to purchase via Amazon.co.uk.