Nick Richmond

(Registered with all private healthcare providers)
Nick Richmond has practised as a chiropractor in Andover for a number of years. He formed The Chiros Clinic in 2003 to realise his vision that chiropractors, physiotherapists and other alternative therapists could work together in patient focused co-operation when treating musculo-skeletal injuries. Nick has chosen not to use the title Dr.

Over the years Nick has undergone further training and is qualified in Osteopathic techniques, Diversified chiropractic techniques, and has undergone training in Paediatrics, and cranial techniques enabling him to be able to offer treatment to babies and toddlers.

As a result of an accident at work, Nick badly damaged his lower back which lead to very debilitating backache and sciatica that lasted for over 4 years.

Numerous forms of therapy were tried, but only McTimoney Chiropractic proved to be successful. Nick was so impressed that he decided to make a complete career change and undertake the 4 year McTimoney training course – a modular course, the contents of which very closely mirror the medical teaching undertaken by other health care professionals such as physiotherapists.

During this time, he felt that other techniques such as Massage, Reflexology and Sports Therapy would compliment McTimoney Chiropractic and enhance its effectiveness.

Nick is now qualified to offer all of these therapies and techniques. Nick holds a Licence to Practice and is a member of the   McTimoney Chiropractic   Association and the college of Chiropractors.

Jake Cooke


Jake has recently joined the clinic having qualified from the Bournemouth Anglo European College of Chiropractic. His personal approach and philosophy is very much in keeping with the the Chiros Clinic Philosophy of gentle, effective, no invasive treatments. He has a particular interst in sports injuries and rehabilitation and is able to offer post treatment advice and exercise regimes to help improve a wide range of conditions.