at King’s Cross
The Chiropractor at King’s Cross is located in an exciting and vibrant part of Central London N1C. Whether you are arriving from King’s Cross, St Pancras, Eurostar or Euston stations, Hamilton House on Mabledon Place is just a short 5-10 minute walk away. Mabledon Place is located just opposite the British Library on Euston Road.
Chiropractors focus on the effects that musculoskeletal disorders exert on the nervous system. Patients seek chiropractic care for:
lower back pain | sciatica | neck pain | headaches | athletic related issues | pinched nerves | muscle spasms | knee and joint pain | muscle spasms | rotator cuff injuries | breathing difficulties | postural improvement
Doctor of Chiropractic
Carol practised in Washington, DC, United States, for eighteen years before relocating to London. While in DC, Carol was also on staff at the George Washington Center for Integrative Medicine and served on the District of Columbia chiropractic regulatory board. She was first introduced to the chiropractic profession as a patient and was inspired to change her career and devote her life to the practice of chiropractic. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Life University (cum laude) in Marietta, Georgia, US. Member of the British Chiropractic Association, BCA.
Location: Central London
MABLEDON PLACE, 4th Floor
London WC1H 9BD
Mobile: 07471 968 963
King's Cross is reached by: 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390,476, N63, N91
Euston is reached by: 18, 30, 73, 168, 205, 390, N5, N73, N205, N253
Convenient Hours of Operation
|Monday||9:00 AM - 18:30 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM - 16:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM - 18:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM - 16:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM - 18:30 PM|
The chiropractic adjustment is a manual treatment, which includes joint mobilization of the spine, extremities and muscular attachments. Chiropractic treatment can include advice on bone and collagen building nutrition, health optimization and exercise.
It is often helpful to know specific exercises to integrate or avoid, especially following an illness or injury. The routine that you have been performing for decades may no longer be health promoting.
Last update: October 2018