Patrick Rennison is a practioner of the McTimoney method of chiropractice

Read about the McTimoney method here


Opening Hours

Monday   9.30am - 1pm, 2.00pm - 6.40pm
Tuesday   9.30am - 1pm, 2.00pm - 6.40pm
Wednesday   9.30am - 1pm
Thursday   9.30am - 1pm, 2.00pm - 6.40pm
Friday   9.30am - 1pm, 2.00pm - 6.40pm

 

Phone 01594 530883

Please note:

If I am treating a patient you may well be put through to an answering machine.

I am sorry for the inconvenience this may cause; it is simply that I try to put patients first and prefer not to interrupt a treatment unless necessary.

I will, of course, return your call as soon as possible.

Forest of Dean Chiropractic

 

 

Welcome to Forest of Dean Chiropractic.

The Practice is situated in the village of St. Briavels and so is ideally placed to serve the Forest of Dean, Wye Valley and surrounding areas.

Forest of Dean Chiropractic is owned and run by Patrick Rennison who opened the clinic in the year 2000.

Patients are often advised to attend the clinic by other medical professionals and therapists; however, most people come to the clinic after speaking to previous patients.

Patrick is trained in the McTimoney form of chiropractic, a system which can be described as both ‘whole body’ and holistic.

‘Whole body’ means that the whole skeletal system is assessed so that factors contributing to or causing the pain can be treated, as well as the site of pain itself.

Holistic, describes the assessment of life style factors (work, hobbies and family etc.) – the patient’s whole life - and their effect on the body, so that these can be modified where necessary.

The combination of these means that the risk of symptoms reccuring can be minimised so reducing the need for further treatment.

For more details of McTimoney Chiropractic, please see the link on the right.


 

Patrick Rennison BsC DC MMCA MCC

 

Patrick Rennison qualified as a chiropractor in the year 2000; graduating from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Abingdon Oxfordshire.

Prior to that he gained a degree in Biochemistry before training and working as a Registered Nurse in both General and Community Hospital settings.

He and his wife moved to the Forest of Dean in the 1990’s and their children have been born and raised here.