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New premises for family chiropractic clinic

Grand opening of new O'Connor Chiropractic clinic on Station Parade in Harrogate

Published at 12:22pm 12th September 2018. (Updated at 12:38pm 12th September 2018)

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Successful Harrogate chiropractic clinic expands into new premises on Station Parade. 

Following 24 years of successful chiropractic treatment by founder and owner Dr Jason O'Connor, the family focused clinic moved from 12 Cold Bath Road to 101 Station Parade this month. 

With more patient treatment areas, advanced x-ray machines and family friendly facilities including baby changing, a buggy ramp and a kids play area, the new O'Connor Chiropractic clinic is looking forward to a new phase of helping the local community. 

Pilates classes, exercise rehabilitation and health related lectures will also now form part of the new clinic services. 

Grand opening of new O'Connor Chiropractic clinic on Station Parade in Harrogate

To celebrate you could now also win £570 worth of treatment at O'Connor Chiropractic by entering to win here.

How does chiropratic treatment help people?

Over the years, Stray FM has heard plenty of testimonial stories from patients of O'Connor Chiropactic in both their Harrogate and Ilkley clinics.

This has included 8 year old Lauren who suffers from cystic fibrosis and learning difficulties, one fibromyalgia patient Joanne who was finally relieved after 10 years of pain, 64 year old Stuart who was helped with his back pain and Megan who lives with endometriosis

Treatment has also shown to show huge improvements in fertility, sleep and dealing with stress, and is increasingly popular with newborn babies and children

Catherine Bolton and her two children with Dr Jason O'Connor at O'Connor Chiropractic

O'Connor Chiropractic clinic launch day

Featuring free spinal screening, food, fizz, fun and games the new clinic on Station Parade was opened with a VIP launch day. 

The ribbon was cut on Saturday 8th September by 10 year old Heidi Dickinson, Stray FM Local Hero Award winner and regular patient of O'Connor Chiropractic.

Heidi and her family recently had the very good news of an all-clear result from Leukemia since her diagnosis in 2016. 

Stray FM's Ben Franklin went along to meet the team, patients and visitors at O'Connor Chiropractic launch day on the Family Show:

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