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Your choice, your health, your Chiropractor

Are you looking for a safe and natural solution to back, neck and shoulder pain, sciatica, headaches and migraines, or minor sports injuries?

Then you have come to the right place!

Justin at Holmes Chiropractic is a primary health care professional focused on helping you to be as active and healthy as possible.

One of the underlying principles of chiropractic care is that a healthy spine helps facilitates a healthy life. Chiropractors practice a drug-free, hands-on approach to health care that includes patient examination, diagnosis and treatment. By offering expert drug-free spinal health care, lifestyle and dietary advice to help you keep and maintain optimal health.

In terms of offers. Its £49 per session or £45 for 10 pre-paid sessions

What is Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a primary healthcare that focuses on the diagnoses, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system and their effects on the nervous system with an emphasis on the spine and how conditions affecting these areas can affect your health and wellbeing. Chiropractors use their hands to adjust parts of the body including spinal manipulation and other joint and soft-tissue techniques to relieve discomfort, alleviate restrictions with the aim to improve mobility and function.

About Justin

Justin Holmes has a wealth of knowledge in helping people shape and achieve the physical health and wellbeing with over 20 years experience.

Justin is a Chiropractor based in the
prestigious Harley Street in London which is
synonymous with the highest quality healthcare
in the world. Justin applies an individual
holistic approach to chiropractic patient care
with a full body assessment and treatment
tailored to the individual.

  • Dr Justin Holmes (MChiro) DC (Doctor of Chiropractic)
  • McTimoney Chiropractor.
  • Registered with (GCC) general Chiropractic Council,
  • (MCA) McTimoney Association,
  • Justin completed his Masters in Chiropractic
    (MChiro) from the McTimoney College of
    Chiropractic in Oxfordshire
Learn more

Try a posture MOT test

Think of your muscles at the front of your body as your flexors and muscles behind as your extensors. They all play a part in posture and keeping you upright but if you give too much attention to some and not others you will soon become imbalanced, some muscles become long and weak or short and tight and before you know it your creating compensations that ultimately lead to poor posture and discomfort.

1. Title

When our standing you may find you favour one leg more than the other.

If so swap or try to stand with equal weight distribution so add not to add uneven bodyweight.

2. Title 2

When you sit in a chair do you slouch?

The lower part of your lumbar spine is designed to help keep that shape and maintain and distribute your weight evenly, if you slouch in the seat you roll and tuck your pelvis under and you lose that curve and unfortunately begin curve the other way and load your lumbar spine and surrounding structures.


Don’t turn to a letter C.

If you leaning forwards and C is what you will become.


When walking are you hunched over?

Make sure you’re not rolling your shoulders or leading with your head, the average head is the weight of bowling ball so imagine the stress on thise muscles trying to keep your head upright. Do you find you walk with your eyes to the ground or looking up? Where your eyes go your head follows to look ahead.


When you sit or stand do you twist your legs over each other, right over left or left over right.

This may also cause pelvic imbalances with a tilt in favouring one side to the other.


Are you sitting all day behind a desk?

Have you got an adjustable chair? are you taking frequent breaks? Are your feet flat? Are your elbows roughly at 90 degrees? Is the laptop or computer in your direct eye level in front of you? Is your back flat against the chair with adequate lumbar support?

If any of these things have made you think then I have managed what I hope will keep you out of possible aches and pains or at least make you realise what you maybe doing that causes the discomfort, many are multifactorial and its not just one thing, but one positive change can make all the difference!

What is McTimoney Chiropratic?

The nervous system is made of two parts that include the brain and spinal cord which combine to form your central nervous system. This is like a relay that is constantly sending and receiving messages back and forth from the brain to different parts of the body that may control movement, coordination, and balance, to breathing and heartbeat to how we regulate stress and perceive our surrounding of touch and sensation. The nervous system plays a role in nearly every aspect of your health and wellbeing. When a nerve has interference such as a joint that may not function properly a chiropractic adjustment to a specific segment can help improve nerve flow and start the restorative process back to movement and health.

Common conditions seen by McTimoney Chiropractors

  • Back, neck and shoulder pain
  • Muscular aches, pain and stiffness in joints
  • Falls and accidents

Frequently Asked Questions

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Contact Us

Holmes Chiropractic, All Smiles Dental Implant, 97 High Street, Bromley, Kent, BR1 1JQ

Opening hours
Monday 9:30 - 6:45
Wednesday 9:30 - 2:00
Friday 9:30 - 2:00

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