Back in Line clinic in Duke Street are delighted to become a sponsor of the Henley Herald. Vivienne Lyle who founded the clinic in Henley in 2000 said, “We are really pleased to be supporting this great community initiative and working with them to offer a new series of Health & Wellbeing articles.”
Back in Line offer a complete range of services including Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Therapeutic Massage, Pilates instruction and custom made orthotics. At the clinic, they conduct a full physical assessment and case history during your consultation and then discuss in detail and explain your presenting condition and how they can help.
The Chiropractors carry out a range of therapeutic manual adjustments and other non invasive therapies, as well as providing nutritional, dietary and life style advice to help you achieve a new sense of well-being.
Vivienne Lyle says, “Because we offer Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Pilates and massage under one roof, our approach to your treatment and care is integrated and holistic.”
Vivienne has been a highly successful chiropractor for 30 years; she has been described as “incisive and intuitive, with a warm sense of humour”. She was drawn to the profession early on; her father was a chiropractic pioneer in Sydney and an inspirational mentor. She studied advanced acupuncture in China, where she worked in a leading hospital. Returning to the UK to establish a chiropractic practice, she also presented postgraduate lectures for GPs at the Royal Berkshire Hospital. As well as running Back in Line, Vivienne provides chiropractic care for Microsoft employees.
The Back in Line team also includes Amy Crerar, Jack Johnson, Suzanne Fogden and Alice Hicks.
Amy is a very proficient chiropractor in treating adults but she specialises in the treatment of children. Her second love is in treating equestrian injuries. As an Eventer herself, she knows how important it is to develop the right balance, seat and posture. Even the smallest muscle or skeletal imbalances can affect rider and horse and can prevent achieving their best performance. She is also qualified to treat the horse!
Jack completed his chiropractic training at the European College of Chiropractic. He is a highly skilled practitioner and also a keen sportsman with a particular interest in golf, having played at national level. He chose Chiropractic as his profession even though he had the opportunity to pursue a professional golf career. He is pleased with his final choice because not only does he achieve great satisfaction in treating people with many painful conditions, he uses his skills to train golfers to improve their performance on the course. Jack said, “One of his happy clients even offered me their golfing prizes as a token of their appreciation!”
Suzanne is a highly trained Pilates instructor and sports massage therapist. She works to repair muscle tears and tensions which helps to rebalance the body after injury. She provides a tailored programme for rehabilitation exercises after consultation and treatment with the chiropractors. Pilates exercise builds a strong muscular core to prevent re- injury.
Alice is an experienced and skilled massage therapist, specialising in sports rehabilitation and therapeutic massage. The benefits of regular massage are well documented, providing a sense of well-being and an antidote to the stresses of modern life. She also provides care for Microsoft UK employees at their Well Being Centre.
Check out their website at www.back-in-line.org