New chiropractic clinic aims to take a holistic approach to helping people with back pain

Andrew and Richard Coombs have set up the In Balance Family Chiropratic Clinic

Andrew and Richard Coombs have set up the In Balance Family Chiropratic Clinic - Credit: Archant

A father and son have opened a new state-of-the-art spine and posture correction clinic in St Neots.

In Balance Family Chiropractic clinic, in Cambridge Street, is being run by Andrew Coombs who is qualified to carry out the CBP technique, which involves non-surgical spinal correction, and his father Richard, who ran a successful interiors business before joining his son as clinical director.

Andrew, who grew up in St Neots and completed his A-Levels at Hinchingbrooke School, says the aim of the clinic is to deliver a holistic approach that empowers and educates people to stay well and achieve optimum health potential.

“All the techniques are drug and surgery free and typically, we can help with neck and back pain, scoliosis, tension headaches, sports injuries and rehabilitation,” he said.

In Balance Family Chiropractic uses the most up-to-date research and meant Andrew advancing his chiropractic training in America to gain an additional certification in the CBP (chiropractic biophysics) technique, which is a method for non-surgical postural correction.

Andrew told The Hunts Post he was passionate about the difference chiropractic treatment could make to a person’s health and well-being.

“Many of the people I have helped through chiropractic over the years have been at rock bottom with their health and have tried numerous traditional and alternative avenues. At In Balance Family Chiropractic, we aim to understand the lifestyle of the individual as well as their previous medical history and presenting complaint. By spending this additional time to know each person’s story, their stresses and struggles we can provide an all-inclusive plan of care.

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“Prolonged unrelenting pain and stress can be debilitating and draining if mismanaged, leading people into a desperate cycle of taking strong painkillers for many years. The reason I love chiropractic is its ability to improve lifestyles through treatments and effective environmental changes. This gives patients a fresh appreciation for their health, allowing it to flourish naturally and free of all drugs and unnecessary surgery.”

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A chiropractor is a highly trained university practitioner who covers the majority of a medical degree including anatomy, neuro-physiology and radiology, the main difference being the use of hands-on treatment methods to find the root cause of muscle, joint and spinal problems. Chiropractic provides a holistic natural approach to a persons’ overall lifestyle and their health, rather than solely focusing on the presence of occasional symptoms or disease. Chiropractic is regulated by The General Chiropractic Council.

INFO: Contact the clinic on: 01480 213286 or go to:, to take advantage of their special opening offer of £40 for an initial health assessment voucher, which includes a consultation, spinal examination, 3D photographic postural assessment, digital x-rays (if clinically indicated) and a follow-up report of findings.