Chiropractors in Brighton at Sundial

Your First Visit To Sundial Clinics …

Would you like a free back check? We have chiropractors in two locations in Brighton successfully treating bad backs, neck pain, headaches and migraines. Chiropractic has been shown to help acute and chronic back pain and is recommended by N.I.C.E.

Call us today:

Queens Road, Central Brighton  01273 774114
St James’s Street, Kemp Town 01274 696414

Sundial Clinics have been operating successfully in Brighton since 1991 and we now have over 20,000 client visits a year. Our professional approach, respect for your privacy, gentle treatment and friendly, caring staff have made us Brighton’s favourite chiropractic clinic.

We believe that your session should be private. We don’t treat you with other clients in the room. We believe you deserve our full attention without the interruptions of others coming and going.

And you don’t just have to take our word for it. In a recent survey, 97% of our clients rated our care as good or excellent and the majority of our new clients come to us through word of mouth. In fact, we’re so confident about the level of service we offer, we give our clients a Money Back Guarantee.

Why not come along and see for yourself? Especially as we offer a free check-up without any obligation to have more sessions.

Recent Posts on Chiropractic …

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  • Headaches – the hidden cause 19th July 2018 Anyone who has suffered from regular headaches knows how unpleasant and disrupting they can be. Many headache sufferers find it difficult to concentrate, to work or even carry out simple activities without feeling grumpy. Jamie’s story Jamie came to me here at Sundial because of six years of headaches that were affecting his work and his life with ...
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