New in town: Say hello to Doctor Whitefoot | Knutsford Times

New in town: Say hello to Doctor Whitefoot

By on June 8, 2012


A NEW clinic that’s taking care of Knutsford’s aches and pains has opened in King street.

Guy Whitefoot, founder of Bespoke Chiropractic, who already has a national sky-diving champion as his first client, provides a patient centred approach to neuro-musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction which involves specific spinal manipulation to free areas in the body that are not moving properly.

Dr Whitefoot, originally from Hale, graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) Bournemouth, Dorset in 2008 and has been consulting at a clinic in Sale for the past four years.

“Chiropractic is not just a career for me, it’s a passion, Guy said. “I never tire of educating patients about its benefits. I’ve always loved Knutsford and I’m delighted to find myself in the heart of such a vibrant town.”

Guy is extremely excited about the launch of his new clinic and has already secured a number of patients to his list. His first patient was Frazer Smith, GB Gold Medallist and national sky diving champion with sky diving team Volare.

World record holder Frazer turned to Guy after suffering with a recurring neck problem caused by the sheer volume of jumps that his body was enduring.

“It’s not surprising that due to the rigours of jumping out of planes, no matter how fit you are, the neck and other skeletal structures are prone to stress and injury,”  added Dr Whitefoot.

“Chiropractic care helps to speed up recovery and enable the continuation of multiple jumps in the short term.
“Looking ahead, it will help keep the joints mobile which aids the prevention for further injury. It’s so rewarding to be instrumental in maintaining Frazer’s level of fitness through treatment.”

Dr Whitefoot offers a free consultation where he tells you if he doesn’t think he can help. He is a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) which is the largest and longest established association for chiropractors in the UK as well as a member for the General Chiropractic Council (GCC).

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