Headache Masterclass

Tuesday 1st Feb 2023 18.30

It has been estimated that 52% of the global population are affected by a headache disorder every year!

Most of us have experienced headaches at some point in our life. From headaches that are small annoyances, to ones that are debilitating and put a stop to our day. We may be able to help.

As part of a new series at ProHealth Chiropractic, we’ll have two of our qualified chiropractors available to discuss with you the different types of headaches there are, common causes, and most importantly, what you can do to help reduce them. We want to use this opportunity to teach you something new, and give you the chance to ask us questions about the headaches you may have been experiencing.

How can we help you with your headaches?

There are a number of different types of headaches, and each of those may need a different approach. Commonly, the neck is the source of the problem but the pain is perceived in one or more areas of the head and/or face. Between chiropractic and massage care we can help reduce tension and free up the joints and muscles in your neck, reducing your headaches but also allowing more movement.

Got questions?

Come along and see us! There’s so much to learn, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about our clinic too.

Chorley Chat 9 - Donna Strachan

Start: 09:00 6th May 2023
End: 17:00 7th May 2023

Donna Strachan graduated from the AECC in 2001 with a Master’s in Chiropractic and has practiced full time in Chiropractic till 2015.  She began working with the English Institute of Sport in a lecturing and consultancy capacity in 2009 which was her introduction into Sports Chiropractic.

Donna’s particular areas of interest are Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation and Taping Technique.  In 2007 Donna was approached to teach for Graston Technique and subsequently for FAKTR within the UK and Europe.  In 2010 Donna developed the I-Assist Instrument and then in 2012 the Kinnective Instrument and Course alongside Sports Chiropractor Kay Pearce and Sports Physiotherapist Mike Chisholm.

She is bringing her approach to patient management and hands on skills to you for this 1 weekend.

*Chorley Chats will be held upstairs within ProHealth Chiropractic*


Jake Cooke Neurology Seminar - Movement is the goal

Booking Information:

Date/Time: Sat, 7 November 2020 | 08:30 – 17:30 GMT

Address: ProHealth Chiropractic, Unit 2, Chorley West Business Park, Ackhurst Road, Chorley, PR7 1NL

Seminar for Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and other Primary Care Providers, teaching neurology for daily use in your clinic.

This course is highly practical, focusing on how to use the information taught with real patients. You will learn how to perform a complete neurology examination and what the results mean. Small groups sizes help me to better serve you by keeping the day highly interactive. It’ll be the most useful and usable neurology seminar you’ve attended.

Presented by Jake Cooke, who graduated from AECC in 2009. He is one of the few chiropractors in Britain to have passed the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Jake currently works in a dedicated chiropractic neurology practice in London and as part of a multidisciplinary team helping patients to recover from severe traumatic brain injury.

The Pregnant Pelvis

Saturday 15th August 2020 : 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday 16th August 2020 : 9 am – 5 pm

Learning Outcomes:

– Developing skills in assessing and managing pregnant women
– Gaining knowledge on various aspects of pregnancy including ultrasound, medical management of Pelvic Girdle Pain, safety of medications in pregnant women
– Understanding and supporting the mother-baby relationship – birth and beyond

Elisabeth lectures extensively in the UK and Europe on the subject of paediatrics and care of the pregnant pelvis.

She owns a clinic in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and is involved in research on chiropractic care in pregnancy.

She is a Fellow and Director of Academic Affairs of the Royal College of Chiropractors’ Faculty of Pregnancy and Paediatrics. She has helped develop patient record questionnaires for paediatric chiropractors and is a mentor and CPD coordinator for Scotland for the Royal College of Chiropractors. Her evidence-based seminars are focused on the development of practical “hands on” skills in the treatment of the pregnant female, infants and children with a comprehensive set of techniques that can be used across your practice, for patients of all ages.

This 16 hour seminar will mix lecture and practical sessions and will focus on:

✓Caring for the Pregnant Pelvis.
✓Red flags in Pregnancy.
✓Optimise neurological function for mum and baby.
✓Stability and alignment of pelvis.
✓Optimal Foetal Positioning –helping the baby to get into a better position.
✓Hypermobility & pregnancy.
✓Diastisis Rectis.
✓Exercise & Nutritional advice for pregnancy.
✓Help prepare for labour and post partum.
✓Forward-leaning inversion, to give room in the lower uterine segment.
✓Side-lying release, to give room in the pelvis and soften or balance the pelvic floor.
✓Standing sacral release, to allow sacrum and sacral ligaments room for mobility and expansion.
✓Transverse Fascial Planes incl pelvic floor and thoracic outlet

There will be a practical session covering techniques suitable for all ages incl. spinal, cranial, fascial and muscular techniques.

Early Bird Price: £250 (before end of April ’20), £300 thereafter.


Chorley Chats – Sept 2018
Recent Guidelines from the Primary Spine Provider conference in America. Nutrition of Recovery

Chorley Chats 2 – Dec 2018
Use of Orthotics and Functional Medicine in reducing low back pain.

Chorley Chats 3 – June 2019
Guidelines for patient care, note taking and professional boundaries. Construction of a rehabilitation plan

Chorley Chats 4 – Sept 2019
Helping the hesitant patient

Chorley Chats 5 – Dec 2019
Treatment and Training with disabilities.

Chorley Chats 6 – March 2019

Get In Touch

If you are unsure which appointment to book,our reception staff will be happy to help.
Call us on 01257 270797 during opening hours.