MChiro LRCC D.C.
Member of the Royal Society of Medicine
Peter Heale trained for 5 years at the Anglo European College of Chiropractic and graduated with a Master of Chiropractic in August 2013; two years previously he worked as a clinical intern in the Bournemouth University Chiropractic Clinic, whilst there he specialised in treating sports injuries as the resident Chiropractor for Bournemouth University’s basketball and American football teams.
He attends regular CPD (continuing professional development) seminars and conferences in order to constantly improve the care that his patients receive. As well as Chiropractic Peter is also trained in Ultrasound therapy and various soft tissue techniques and is also a Licentiate of the Royal College of Chiropractors.
Peter Heale is a 2nd generation Chiropractor and was greatly inspired by his father Dr Graham S. Heale DC who founded Heale’s Chiropractic Clinics in the 1980’s and was a former president of the BCA.
Peter is a registered member of the General Chiropractic Council, the British Chiropractic Association, the Royal College of Chiropractors, the European Chiropractors Union and the Royal Society of Medicine.
“Having never had Chiropractic treatment before, I was a little bit apprehensive when I arrived at the clinic for my first appointment, but you immediately put me at ease. You explained what you were doing throughout each step of the examination and treatment to give me a better understanding of the issues and how to fix them. At the end of each treatment I am always given a number of techniques to keep up with until my next treatment. I always come away from each treatment feeling a lot better, and I’ve noticed a massive overall improvement since my first appointment with you. My neck pain is less severe and less frequent and I have suffered from almost no migraines since.” – Miss L F, Letchworth Garden City
From the team at Heale's Chiropractic Clinics
Over 30 years of helping people in Hitchin and Luton and the surrounding areas of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire