Ann McBride Chiropractic offers professional chiropractic treatments to help patients overcome a wide range of problems and ailments. No matter how painful the problem is or how long it has persisted,we would like to help you. Practicing in the McTimoney chiropractic technique, we continually strive for our patients' optimal health by treating the entire person and not only the specific area that is causing discomfort.
Dr Malcolm Robinson, Chiropractor, is a graduate of the Sydney College / MacQuarie University School of Chiropractic in 1986. Dr Malcolm is one of West Sussex most experienced Chiropractors with morethan 20 years clinical experience and is currently in private practice. Dr Malcolm has worked in the UK since 1999. During this time he has worked in some of the best clinics in the UK while taking the opportunity to continue to hone his skills.
Colin Lee Opticians is a family-owned business, which has been providing the highest quality eye care to patients in the Midlands for more than 30 years. Our founder, Colin Lee, and his wife Linda,set up the first practice in 1978, and with the help of friends and family, and much hard work, went on to open a further six to date.
Banks Opticians has been offering an excellent quality professional eyecare service for nearly 40 years. David Banks opened his first practice in 1973 in Acocks Green. This practice still successfullyoperates today alongside practices in Sparkhill and Erdington. David's children, Sarah and Paul, joined the business in 2004 and 1998 respectively, and in partnership together they strive to manage and run the practices to maintain the high standards of care they feel their patients deserve.
We opened our chiropractic clinics in Solihull and Sutton Coldfield in 1998 and 1999. To us healthcare is not just about relieving back pain, neck pain, headaches arising from the neck preventingmigraines or promoting good posture. Our mission is to provide excellent quality natural drugless health and wellness care for our community.
Rouse Opticians is the oldest established independent opticians in Solihull. We are not part of a chain or a franchise and therefore we believe we provide that extra level of personal, flexible,professional eye care service to customers in Solihull and the surrounding area. We invest in the latest ophthalmic technology to ensure we provide the finest eye care treatment. Underpinning this investment is the skill of the team to diagnose and treat all eye health issues.
Mell Square car park provides secure and convenient parking, just turn right at the top of the pedestrian exit and you'll see the practice a few metres down. You'll find a modern and comfortableenvironment, benefitting from air conditioning and the latest Inov8 Air disinfection systems. We also have a downstairs customer toilet and children's play area. Relax in the waiting area with magazines and BBC News TV programmes, whilst enjoying a tea or coffee.
Registered chiropractors David Evans and John Lange established the Solihull Chiropractic Clinic in 1989. Along with their team of highly qualified Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapistassociates they provide a wide variety of expertise in the area of musculo-skeletal conditions including: back pain and neck pain; muscle imbalances; exercise related injuries; sprains and strains and biomechanical assessments.
Charles Morris Optometrists, established in 1958 by Charles Morris Senior, has always been a family run buisness. Tony Smewing, a freind of Charles Morris Junior, took over the buisness in 2007 and ishelped by his wife Sharon, who is joint owner. Tony works along side his optometrist daughter Leanne, and his son Callum is currently studying Optometry at university. We believe that as a small family independant optometrist we can be more sensitive to your needs.
Founded in 1938 by qualified optician and pharmacist Solomon Scriven, Scrivens Opticians started operating from the heart of the Midlands, with a focus on customer care and excellent eyecare service.Scrivens' business expanded rapidly at the end of the Second World War, and by the early 1950s saw new stores opening in London and Sheffield.