Licentiate Badge

Old Town Chiropractor, Amy Gibbs, of Gibbs Chiropractic in Old Town, Swindon, (situated within the Hermitage GP surgery on Dammas Lane), deals with back pain, neck pain and migraine prevention to name but a few of the more common conditions, on a regular basis. Amy has been a member of the Royal College of Chiropractors, British Chiropractic association, and General Chiropractic Council, since she graduated in 2002.

Royal College of Chiropractors

Amy has been awarded the title of a Licentiate of the Royal College of Chiropractors for some time now, but has recently recieved the lapel pin to prove it! She joked that this shows her advancing years and just how long she has been in the profession, she now just needs to dig out her denim jacket to wear it on!!!

What is a Licentiate?

A licentiate can be defined as  a person who has a license to practice their profession.  Amy has had a Licentiate from the Royal College of Chiropractors for a number of years now,  and in the time since qualifying as a Chiropractor in 2002, she has worked with  1,000 ‘s of patients..helping to deal with and manage conditions ranging from mid back pain to migraine prevention, lower back pain, neck pain and general joint aches and pains.