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Complementary and Integrative Healthcare for Dorking and Reigate

Anne Finch-James (prev Yorke)

Tel: 01737 844659
Email: [email protected]


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(Please note: Anne is no longer taking on new Chiropractic patients.)


MSK Therapist - Anne Finch-James. Anne


MSK Therapy

Anne (previously known as Anne Yorke) is the owner and manager of the Tillow Barn practice. She graduated from the Mctimoney College of Chiropractic in 2003 and ran her Chiropractic clinic in Redhill for many years. In 2016 Anne moved to Brockham near Dorking with her husband Matthew, where they set up Tillow Barn Health & Wellbeing. With the help of some brilliant local craftsmen and wonderful local interior designer Bonnie Bennett, they lovingly converted two of their outbuildings to create three beautiful therapy rooms.

Anne has developed her specific treatment technique over her many years as a therapist, adding to her Chiropractic knowledge by regularly attending courses. Anne no longer takes on new patients, but incorporates several treatment modalities with her existing patients, using a combination of gentle joint adjustments, soft tissue massage and medical acupuncture.

MSK (musculoskeletal) Therapy is an umbrella term for any therapy that treats disorders of the muscular and skeletal systems. A musculoskeletal problem may involve a variety of symptoms or conditions involving muscles, bones, joints, nerves, tendons or ligaments. Some of the more common conditions treated are back and neck pain, sciatica, shoulder pain, tight muscles and headaches.

Anne is also qualified to perform the Epley Manoeuvre, a treatment for benign vertigo (BPPV).

Fees:
MSK Therapy:
£47 - 30 min session (existing patients only)

Epley Manoeuvre:
(a treatment for benign vertigo)
£55 - including initial assessment (for patients new to the clinic)
£35 - follow up sessions (as & when needed)


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