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Photo - Joanne  Archer

Surrey Hills Chiropractic - Dorking, Surrey


General Information

Professional / Company name Surrey Hills Chiropractic
Profession Chiropractor
Location Surrey
Website Address

Specialities / Skills

Treating horses and riders for biomechanical issues, sporting injuries and freedom of movement

Qualifications / Affiliated Bodies / Regulated Bodies

Joanne graduated from McTimoney Chiropractic College (Abingdon) in 1999, completed a PG Diploma in Animal Manipulation (University of Wales) in 2002. Joanne also attained a further veterinary chiropractic qualification with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic in 2014. Joanne continues to study the advanced module course with IAVC in Germany.


Joanne is a registered Chiropractor, a member of the McTimoney Chiropractic Association (MCA) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors (FCC) as well as a member of both the International and British Veterinary Chiropractic Associations.


Joanne uses gentle chiropractic technique to adjust and help restore normal range of movement of the joints. She has also completed post graduate training in a number of soft tissue techniques and medical acupuncture (for people). This approach is a gentle way to help free the body of physical imbalances and restrictions that can cause pain and dysfunction. She is a strong supporter of preventative care and likes to work with her patients to achieve long-term solutions for both acute and chronic conditions.


As a competitive endurance rider, Joanne is familiar with the demands placed on the sporting horse and rider.

Many of her clients compete at high levels in a variety of disciplines including eventing, racing, dressage and show jumping. She also has a good understanding of foot balance, nutrition and saddle fitting through both personal and professional experience.



What is Animal Chiropractic?

A hands-on, non-surgical, drug-free approach to helping animals' neuromusculoskeletal system function as normally as possible.
Veterinary consent is required for your animal to receive chiropractic care.
Signs that your horse may benefit from chiropractic adjustment include:

• Back pain

• Poor or altered performance

• Reluctance to stretch or hold good posture

• Bucking, rearing, napping

• Problems when working on one rein compared to another

• Face pulling, tail swishing, defensive behaviour

Further Information

Years of experience 17
Prices Prices for Horses Initial and subsequent visits £55.00 plus travel (where applicable). Please ask for more details when booking.


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