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Welcome to Plymouth’s largest chiropractic clinic

Please take time to have a good look around our site – we think you'll be surprised by how much chiropractic care can do for you.

Every week we care for patients from 3 weeks old to the elderly and improve their health in a number of ways.  Check out the diagram on this page or better still, see what our patients have to say about the benefits of chiropractic care.

Our team of qualified chiropractors and support team are dedicated to getting you to the best health possible – it’s an approach that is multi award winning and respected throughout the UK.

Click on an area of the body to find out more about the conditions that chiropractors treat.


Phone : 01752 770131

Email : info@plymouthchiropractic.com

Address :

152 Mannamead Road, Hartley, Plymouth, PL3 5QL

Tel: 01752 770131

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Run your mouse down the centre of the spine to see how it relates to the areas of your body

  • Skull
  • Due to the complexities of the brain, symptoms from this region can be as far reaching as Dyslexia, to migraines.
  • C1
  • Blood supply to the head, pituitary gland, scalp, bones of the face, inner and middle ear.
  • C2
  • Eyes, sinus, forehead, tongue, heart, optic and auditory nerves.
  • C3
  • Cheeks, facial nerve, teeth and outer ear.
  • C4-5
  • Vocal cords, lungs, nose, lips and mouth.
  • C6-7
  • Neck muscles, shoulders, elbows and thyroid.
  • T1
  • Lower arms, oesophagus and trachea.
  • T2
  • Heart and coronary arteries.
  • T3
  • Lungs, bronchial tubes, chest and breasts.
  • T4
  • Gallbladder.
  • T5
  • Liver, solar plexus and circulation.
  • T6
  • Stomach peritoneum and duodenum.
  • T7
  • Pancreas.
  • T8
  • Spleen and small intestine.
  • T9
  • Adrenal cortex.
  • T10
  • Kidneys, testes, ovaries and uterus.
  • T11
  • Ureters and iliocaecal valve.
  • T12
  • Lymph circulation and bladder.
  • L1
  • Large intestine and inguinal rings.
  • L2
  • Appendix, abdomen and upper leg.
  • L3
  • Sex organs, knees and prostate.
  • L4
  • Sciatic nerve and muscles of the low back.
  • L5
  • Lower legs, ankles and feet.
  • Sacrum
  • Hip bones, buttocks and sex organs.
  • Coccyx
  • Rectum and Anus.