Jackie Leftwich BSc MSc AMC MMCA FRCC (Animal)
Chiropractor [McTimoney/STR/IAVC] (Qualified to treat humans and animals)
Registered with GCC and RAMP
Telephone: 07738 110570
E-mail: info@watersidechiropractic.co.uk

Posts Tagged ‘canine’

Merry Christmas 2017! Looking forward to 2018! News from 2016/17 – what’s been happening at Waterside Chiropractic since the last blog!

December 06, 2017  |   Canine Chiropractic,Equine Chiropractic,Human Chiropractic,Latest Posts   |     |   Comments Off

I'm aware that it has been quite some time since a blog has been posted on this site!  Apologies to all! 2016 and 2017 were manic! Not only was it quite full on with chiropractic appointments, in 2016, Jackie decided to further her animal chiropractic skills by undertaking and passing the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic’s (IAVC) post-graduate diploma which involved over 210 hours of lectures and many hours of homework and case studies, learning a new ...

Winter 2015/16 Update on Waterside Chiropractic Sponsorships

March 01, 2016  |   Canine Chiropractic,Equine Chiropractic,Human Chiropractic,Latest Posts,Testimonials   |     |   Comments Off

Following a fabulous 2015, Waterside Chiropractic sponsored equine and canine clients, Jessica Sedgwick & Harvey and Emma Priest & Foxi had a bit of time ‘off’ over the Winter.  However, they have not been idle during that time! There were many highs and lows for Jess and Harvey during the second half of 2015.  Harvey jumped beautifully at Hickstead in August and won his class at the Endurance Inter-Regional Competition at Cranwich, Norfolk a couple of ...

Canine Alabama Rot or Cutaneous Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV) Update

January 17, 2016  |   Canine Chiropractic,Latest Posts   |     |   Comments Off

Firstly Happy New Year to all Waterside Chiropractic Clients!  The days are starting to get longer and we are looking forward to Summer.  Not that we are wishing the days away, but after all the recent rain which has turned most places into muddy quagmires, we are definitely seeking some sun and decent weather!  It has been very mild over the recent 'Winter' months, which may be a contributing factor to the number of incidences ...