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Chiropractic: Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders, with a focus on the spine. Includes manual therapy, exercises, and lifestyle counseling.


Massage has been around for thousands of years. There are many different types of massage, the most common being Swedish, which includes deep tissue massage, sports massage and myofascial release.


Connect Chiropractic in Glasgow offers specialized care for expectant mothers. Our trained practitioners use Webster's technique to optimize balance and relieve constraints. Join us for a comfortable pregnancy journey.

Leg Injury
Sport Performance

We support athletes from various sports including boxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, cycling, dance, football, golf, Muay Thai, rugby, running, skiing, tennis, and triathlon. Our practitioners have personal experience in these disciplines.

Child Counseling
Infants, Toddlers & Children

Chiropractic care for children involves gentle adjustments tailored to their size and developmental stage. Kids enjoy the experience and often show improved health with regular visits.

Back and spinal pain

Sedentary lifestyle and poor posture contribute to spinal pain. With desk-based jobs and excessive screen time, we spend too many hours sitting. Our bodies are meant to be active throughout the day.

Acupressure Neck Massage

Chiropractors relieve headaches by correcting spinal misalignments caused by stress, poor posture, and eye strain. Prevention is crucial due to mobile phone usage's strain on the neck


Poor posture is a result of various factors in our lifestyles, including stress, prolonged sitting, electronic device use, heavy bags, and lack of exercise. Forward head posture strains neck and back muscles, leading to headaches, numbness, and restricted breathing.

Stressed Man

Stress can be chemical, emotional, or physical, affecting our health and immune response. At Connect Chiropractic, we identify stress sources and help minimize exposure, promoting a healthier lifestyle and reducing disease risks.

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