Welcome to the Allanwater Chiropractic Clinic. We have been happily assisting the Stirling and Falkirk area since 2001; helping people with a wide variety of musculoskeletal complaints.
Chiropractic treatment, Sports Injury treatment, Massage Therapy, Podiatry, Chiropody, Rehabilitation are all provided with expertise and experience in a friendly and caring atmosphere.
Assisting people throughout the Forth Valley area, including Alloa, Bridge of Allan, Callander, Doune, Dunblane, Falkirk and Stirling.
Chiropractic health care is based on the premise that the human body has a natural restorative ability to maintain its optimal state of health, and repair itself after injury or disease.
The role of the Chiropractor is to assist each individual's natural "curative process" in maintaining, improving and enhancing their musculoskeletal health. Through the removal of interferences to nervous system function, correction of the body's joint mechanics, and assisting soft tissue healing Chiropractors are able to promote health. But it doesn't stop there; rehabilitation exercises, nutritional advice, workplace ergonomics, and lifestyle counselling make up a large part of the job. The idea is that "Health comes from within!"
People don't need to be suffering from a significant injury to benefit from this form of care, anyone who wishes to improve their musculoskeletal health can benefit from Chiropractic care, and our techniques are safe and gentle enough to use on everyone from babies to senior citizens!
Dr. McGee (Jim) has a four year University background in Physical Education and Human Movement . He then went on to study four additional years at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College located in Toronto, Canada, where he earned the title of Doctor of Chiropractic. He is a qualified Chiropractor in the UK and Canada, is a member of the British Chiropractic Association, the British Chiropractic Sports Council and registered with the GCC.
Jim McGee is not a general medical practitioner.
Suzie Millar originally completed her law degree at Aberdeen University. From a family of medics, she realised her calling was in helping people and encouraging better health in the community so she went on to complete her Masters Chiropractic at AECC with distinction in 2010.
She is a member of the Scottish Chiropractic Association and is registered with the GCC. She has taken many seminars in Chiropractic neurology, pregnancy and paediatrics. She loves learning and adapting to new ideas and concepts.
In her spare time she enjoys skiing, sewing, crochet and the outdoors.
The body is just like any machine - you've got to look after it and take care of it to ensure that it runs smoothly.
Massage has an impressive range of health benefits and can benefit everyone. Regular massage can be a great compliment to the care you may be already receiving from your doctor, chiropractor or physiotherapist.
I believe that massage can improve one's overall health and general well-being and I am passionate about making sure that I help my clients achieve their goals, whether it be ensuring they remain injury and pain free, increasing their mobility and speeding up rehabilitation or simply reducing the amount of stress in their lives by helping them to relax.