• Sunday Times Barefoot Walking

    Check out the article in The Sunday Times when journalist Nigel Summerley joins Mark on a barefoot walk...

  • Close up of a spine

    "I can honestly say that Mark has given me back my life. I am no longer on painkillers and for the first time in years I'm able to excercise" - Lucy Deane, consultant, 37yrs

  • Help - valuable self help tips

    Are you in pain? Check out my top tips on what to do

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A warm welcome to your local chiropractor in Woking, Surrey. At Mark Walles Chiropractic your health is in professional and caring hands. Effective chiropractic treatment can help your neck, shoulder and back pain, sciatica, headaches, sports injuries and arthritis...

Chiropractic – 5 reasons why

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Common conditions

Chiropractic can help many conditions, some of them may surprise you! Click here to find out more.

  • Worldspineday2017

    It’s World Spine Day and this year the focus is ‘the importance of physical activity and improving posture as part of good spinal health and prevention of injury.’ Throughout the week I’ll be posting some easy exercises you can do to keep your body moving […]

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  • 50% Off Childrens Consultations October Web

    50% off children’s consultations until the end of October! As I posted a few days ago last week was BackCare Awareness week. Their focus was ‘Back Pain in Education’ and it’s made me think a lot about the health of the next generation and how […]

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  • Child Carrying Backpack Pexels

    It’s national ‘BackCare Awareness Week’ and their focus this year is on Back Pain in Education. According to their survey of over 900 secondary school children: “One quarter of UK secondary school pupils suffer from regular or daily back pain”. http://www.backcare.org.uk/children/ Wow – that is […]

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  • woman squatting

    Humans have been squatting for 2.5 million years. We used to squat when eating, cooking, socialising and defecating. In many parts of the world this is still the way people rest and conserve energy whilst leaving two hands free to perform daily tasks. It’s no […]

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  • woman squatting

    Two months ago my wife, Lydia, started a high intensity interval training programme (HIIT) in Woking and has been squatting vigorously to strengthen her hips, legs and core. One day she came to me with pain and pins and needles in her foot. On examination […]

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