Highlands & Orkney McTimoney Chiropractic Group

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2021 Chiropractic diary


APRIL Kay McCarroll

Clinics for people

Keith: 7th & 8th

Inverness: 9th & 10th


Animal treatments

Caithness to Alness: 18th

Inverness-shire/Elgin & Morayshire, Aberdeenshire: 19th-21st


MAY Kay McCarroll


JUNE Steve Yang


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A message from Kay and Steve



Hello McTimoney client,


First of all, how are you? I do hope you have been well during this worldwide crisis.


It's been 16 weeks since we closed our doors at the clinics, and unfortunately, we have all had to find a new way of living apart from friends, family and neighbours. We do hope you were able to keep in contact with the “new ways” of communicating and were able to support yourselves as well as your extended families.


While this has been going on our Chiropractic Associations have been working tirelessly to find a way for us to return to work safely. 


Regrettably, the “new life” has determined that we will need to make some significant changes. Initially, not everyone will be able to come in for treatment as those still in the “at risk or shielding” groups will have to stay safe for a while longer, unless, if in an emergency, they have specific permission from their GP that they are able to attend a Chiropractic appointment. Below is a summary of the changes, please read the full Letter from Kay & Steve before attending your appointment:


  1. COVID symptoms

  2. Over 70s

  3. Client Information & Consent Form - download the Client Information and Consent form for Inverness appointments or the Client Information and Consent form for Keith clinic, as applicable, and sign it before completing the Health Screening form

  4. Health Screening form - download the Health Screening form and complete BEFORE attending your appointment

  5. Please bring both forms to your appointment

  6. Signing your Health Screening and Client Information and Consent forms

  7. PPE for clients and Chiropractors

  8. Appointment timings

  9. Clothing

  10. When you arrive for your appointment

  11. Hand sanitisers and clinic hygiene

  12. Payments

  13. Cancellations


Finally, in this unfortunate and extraordinary time, both of us would just like to say, “take good care of yourself and we look forward to hearing from you”.  We are always here to help.


Sincerely,


Kay McCarroll and Steve Yang

McTimoney Chiropractors


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The Highlands & Orkney McTimoney Chiropractic Group comprises clinics in Inverness, Keith and Orkney for people and Kay McCarroll’s wide-ranging animal treatments over most of the Highlands and Orkney. All the Chiropractors are fully qualified and registered with the General Chiropractic Council.


At the clinics for people and animals we use the McTimoney Technique

It is the gentleness of the technique and the treatment of the whole body that distinguishes the McTimoney Method from other manipulative therapies. 

This gentle process is suitable for most people. Contact your local Chiropractor to discuss your situation.

The consultation process is designed to indicate if it is appropriate to refer someone for medical screening.

Chiropractic does not involve the use of drugs or surgery.  It originated in 1895 in the USA and is one of the largest healthcare professions in the world.


In addition to long experience in treating people using McTimoney Method of Chiropractic, Kay McCarroll is an experienced McTimoney Animal Chiropractor.  She works with a range of large and small animals and covers a wide area of the Highlands treating animals. Horses, bulls, cows, sheep and goats can be visited on location by
arrangement.


All Chiropractors who treat animals work under the Veterinary Act, specifically the Exemption Order of 1962. Chiropractic treatment offered to  animals is under the direction or knowledge of a vet.  Click here for areas covered.




 
      



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