Since the clinic started in St Martins Street in 1992 over 10,500 people have been treated. Due to the growth of the practice they have had to move to larger premises twice; first to Southbank Road in 1996, then again to its current location on East Street in 2004.  Hereford Chiropractic Clinic has a catchment area of over 60miles. 

Helen Nunn BSc(Hons)Chiro

Helen

Helen graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in July 1991, and started her career in Worcester, before setting up the Hereford Chiropractic Clinic in 1992.

Helen is proud of the fact that most patients are recommended by their friends and colleagues, who have benefited from Chiropractic care.

Once treatment has been completed, Helen believes that people should take responsibility for their own health with exercise. She looks after her own spine with a combination of yoga, pilates, and gym work to strengthen her spine and maintain flexibility.

Helen is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC), and a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).

Stephanie Wilson  BSc(Hons)Chiro

Steph was born and bred in Herefordshire and joined Hereford Chiropractic Clinic in 2002 after graduating from the Welsh institute of chiropractic. 

Steph enjoys the fact that chiropractic treats such a wide and diverse range of conditions and patients, from sporting injuries, to general aches and pains.  

Along with the more traditional hands on approach of chiropractic, Steph also uses acupuncture and has a special interest in mind body approaches for chronic pain.

Outside of work Steph enjoys spending time with her small sheep flock and riding. But in reality spends most of her time running her sporty kids around to their various activities!!

Glen Hillier BSc(Hons)Chiro

Glen a doctor of Chiropractic and specialist in musculoskeletal pain graduated from the Welsh institute of Chiropractic in 2006. After graduating he practiced in Bournemouth and Fordingbridge before moving to Wales to start a family.

Keen to continually improve his skills he’s been mentored by one of the best chiropractors worldwide and continues to investigate how he can better help the people of his community.

Glen has competed in sailing and rowing at a high level and believes that life is for enjoying. He understands how we can pick up minor injuries, which can then escalate into wider problems which can affect our ability to enjoy life.

After picking up a neck injury at 13 years old he was told it would be fine in two weeks, however it didn’t change until he had his first chiropractic treatment 3 weeks later.

Glen is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC), and a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).

I became a chiropractor as I’ve felt the amazing difference that it made to me as a boy, if I had not had treatment then I would likely be suffering from constant headaches and neck pain now. I love being able to help people regain their ability to enjoy life just as I did many years ago.

What experience has taught me is that people often believe the problems they experience are down to age, when often it’s down to dysfunction, why suffer when you can enjoy?

Charlotte Hill D.C, MCHIRO, PgCert LRCC