The College of Chiropractors will soon be given the honour of being named the Royal College of Chiropractors. In doing so, Chiropractors become the first complementary health specialty to be awarded a Royal Charter. It is great news for Chiropractors and the development of the chiropractic profession in general.
Royal Charters have traditionally been awarded to specialty areas of Medicine such as the Royal College of Surgeons or Royal College of Dentists. It recognises the value of the College of Chiropractors unique position as a leader in the profession.
Alison Eaves, owner of Revive Chiropractic in Leeds says:
“I’m proud that the College of Chiropractors has been granted its Royal Charter. There are lots of chiropractors out there who share my view that chiropractic is well-placed to meet the demands of the growing number of patients suffering from low back pain. This Royal Charter raises the profile of the profession and recognises the high levels of training and unique skills that chiropractors possess in musculoskeletal medicine.â€
It is also great news for me as the owner of Revive Chiropractic. I am always trying to build awareness of what it is that chiropractors actually do because so many people still don’t know we exist! Chiropractors remains relatively unknown and yet chiropractic treatment has the potential to help so many people.
If you live in Leeds or West Yorkshire and think you may benefit from chiropractic care or want to find out more call 07828 686026 and speak to chiropractor Alison Eaves.