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people’s lives through natural health and wellness.

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Chiropractic clinic based in London.

Ealing Broadway

Chiropractic Clinic

Situated right in the heart of Ealing, just a stone’s throw away from Ealing Broadway underground station, we aim is to elevate the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities through chiropractic care.

We combine the highest level of chiropractic care with innovative exercise therapy to help accelerate healing and promote the rehabilitation process of the affected joint or tissue. Whether it is getting out of pain, improving how your body functions or maintaining long term change by taking control of your condition, our goal is to help you get solid, measurable results.


Our Techniques


Dry needling / Medical acupuncture

Dry needling or medical acupuncture is a treatment technique that uses very fine, single use needles to help break up painful knots in muscles to help decrease pain and improve mobility and function. Muscle tension is common with conditions such as muscle strain and injuries, tension headaches and lower back pain.  Dry needling is frequently used as part of the package of care we offer to patients. All of our chiropractors have Dry needling / medical acupuncture qualifications. 



Taping techniques involve placing strips of special tape on your body in specific directions to help support your joints, like a knee, ankle, or wrist, as well as muscles and tendons. Research has shown that it may help to reduce pain and muscle spasm, improve circulation and lymph transport and improve function and overall performance. Taping is also part of our chiropractic care. 



Cupping is a therapy that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. It is thought that this can increase blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cellular repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue. Studies in 2015 and 2018 found that cupping may provide some relief for chronic neck or back pain. 


Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation

Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation is simple non-invasive treatment that is aimed to manipulate and mobilise the soft tissues of the body, such as muscles and tendons. We use handheld fascial tools to stimulate blood flow, help relieve muscle pain and discomfort and improve overall mobility and function. It is often used in conjunction with deep tissue massage techniques, medical acupuncture and cupping therapy. 


Rehabilitative Exercises

In the right dose, physical activity can help to prevent, treat, and manage a range of health conditions that may impact the quality of life and physical function. 

We prescribe safe and effective exercises that encourage your body to recruit or fire the right muscles to keep you moving and achieving your goals while relieving your pain. We want the muscles function better and interact to achieve movement and better mobility. These may include a combination of stretching, strengthening, proprioceptive or ELDOA based exercises depending on your issue and outcome goals.


Webster Technique

One of the most common concerns during pregnancy is back pain. Indeed, it’s supposed that over half of all
women suffer from is lumbopelvic pain (pain in the lower back and/or back of the pelvis).

These conditions often happen due to problems with how the muscles and joints of the back and the pelvis
are working. There may be:

• Uneven movement of the joints of the lower back or pelvis
• Weakening of the tummy, buttocks, inner thigh and pelvic floor muscles. This puts more stress and
strain on the joints of the lower back and pelvis.
• A previous injury of the lower back or pelvis
• Occasionally pain can be due to the position of your baby. As your baby grows in the womb, the extra
weight and the change in the way you sit or stand will put more strain on your pelvis.
• For a small number of women, pain is due to the hormonal changes
Webster technique is a gentle chiropractic adjustment that may also help with lower back pain during

The technique includes soft tissue release which may help to improve the uneven movement in
the pelvic muscles, ligaments, and bones.
Webster technique aims to optimise lumbopelvic balance and muscle tone and so allowing for greater
comfort for the mother.

If you are suffering from back lumbopelvic pain following simple measures may help:

• keeping active but also getting plenty of rest
• standing tall with your bump and bottom tucked in a little
• changing your position frequently – try not to sit for more than 30 minutes at a time
• sitting to get dressed and undressed
• putting equal weight on each leg when you stand
• trying to keep your legs together when getting in and out of the car
• lying on the less painful side while sleeping
• keeping your knees together when turning over in bed
• using a pillow under your bump and between your legs for extra support in bed.
• Hands on treatment to gently mobilise the joint and have them move normally again.

Webster technique is a gentle chiropractic adjustment that may also help with lower back pain during
pregnancy. The technique includes soft tissue release which may help to improve the uneven movement in
the pelvic muscles, ligaments, and bones.

Webster technique aims to optimise lumbopelvic balance and muscle tone and so allowing for greater
comfort for the mother.

Hazle Park has trained in the Webster technique and works from both the Ealing Broadway and Marylebone

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Excellent Chiropractor, living a pain free life at present and I have Jenni to thank, no hesitation in recommending her to fellow sufferers.

Tom, 38

I’ve been going recently for the last 4 weeks to this lovely chiropractic clinic to help me out with excruciating pain in my neck and a bit painful shoulder blade. I’ve been appointed to Shahin, to me simply a legend, an amazing chiropractor. From the very first to the last visit he made me feel at easy, explained in a very informative way what was the cause of pain in my case and the course of the treatment. Right now the pain has gone completely and no enough words can express how grateful and thankful I am for the miracle you did Shahin.

Stanislaw, 45

I’ve been seeing Jenny for over 2 years and having been to many physios and chiros in the past, I would rate her as one of the best. Always has a postive attitude and cheerful outlook. She’s professional and usually sorts me out in one session. She has the added advantage of providing acupunture during each session too. I’ve since introduced my wife and she is of the same opinion as me.

Craig, 41

Ellie is absolutely amazing! I had neck and upper back pain for over 8 months having visited a number of physio and consultants, no success. Ellie identified the problem in the first session and had it fixed in the next two. Great energy, great passion. Definitely recommend. Thank you.

Hitesh, 40

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