Back2Health wins quality awards

On the 28th January Back2Health were presented with quality marks by the Royal College of Chiropractors in recognition of excellence in meeting patients expectations and also for the provision of a structured and managed clinical environment. Back2Health is one of only four organisations in the UK to have been successful in gaining these awards each  year since they were introduced in 2006.


  Why do children and young people develop back pain? Babies cut their first tooth generally around 6 months old- which is when we, as parents, start encouraging them to take care of their teeth, and showing them how to do so. We do this because it is ingrained in us that we need to brush (at least) twice daily, floss, and use mouthwash to keep our teeth and gums healthy, and avoid dental problems.  But yet no one encourages us to take care of our spines from such a young age.  What would happen if we did?  Would it lead […]

Back2Health Chiropractor Scoops National Award!

  Philippa McKernan has been awarded the prestigious Heale Award by the Royal College of Chiropractors at a ceremony in London.  The award is presented to the one outstanding post-registration training (PRT candidate) selected by the college council from nominations made by PRT trainers and tutors.  Philippa is pictured being presented with the Award by Peter Dixon, President of the Royal College of Chiropractors. News of this award was recently featured in the local newspaper, the Midhurst and Petworth Observer.