About

Mark Walles (Doctor of Chiropractic)

BSc, MChiro, DC

Having settled down locally with my wife and baby daughter Sophie, I established Mark Walles Chiropractic from the premises of the Victoria Chiropractic Clinic in Woking, Surrey. As well as running my practice and learning the ropes of fatherhood I am thoroughly enjoying getting involved in the Woking community.

My website should help to answer some of the questions you might have about chiropractic and how it can help you. If you follow my blog and read my other web pages you will also find interesting new research, fascinating blog posts, and practical self-help tips which you can implement today to start improving your health.

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My Background

Previous experience of working alongside some of the top chiropractors in the country has helped to define the level of care I provide to patients at Mark Walles Chiropractic. Professionalism and honesty are the two pillars of my practice. My objective is to get you better, keep you better, and to provide you with practical tools so you can take a pro-active role in your health.

The scientific research behind chiropractic and our understanding of health is constantly changing, so I keep up to date by regularly attending professional seminars and reading journals. The techniques I use are supported by the latest available research. This enables me to deliver the best possible care. I qualified from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth. It is regarded as the best chiropractic college in Europe and is a centre of excellence…but then I would say that!

Areas of special interest

Having worked with international motorsport champions, rugby players and athletes performing at a variety of levels, chiropractic and sport is very important to me. Many people report that chiropractic helps to not just treat recurrent injuries and postural imbalances, but prevents injuries, and also improves performance.

As well as the young and sporty, I find helping the elderly very rewarding. The effectiveness of chiropractic means that many who struggle to remain mobile and independent, can regain confidence, better joint and postural control and great relief from their aches and pains. Research studies have shown how chiropractic care is able to help people with osteoarthritis maintain a better quality of life without the need for drugs. I have certainly seen this to be the case in my practice.

I love to treat families, especially kids, and have been blessed with helping babies as young as one week old. Having a special interest in Developmental Delay Syndrome (this includes conditions such as dyspraxia, dyslexia, hyperactivity and attention deficit disorders), I keep on top of changes in the fields of neuro-developmental research.