Prof Alan Breen, Chiropractor
DC., PhD., MIPEN., FRCC
Alan Breen is an academic and no longer practicing as a registered chiropractor. He acts as a consultant to the clinic.
Alan graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and then started this practice in 1974. He is a well respected and renowned international researcher and lecturer in the field of musculoskeletal care and has contributed to government reports and national guidelines on back pain. He has published many research papers including surveys of chiropractic which have been instrumental in establishing the profession.
He pioneered research into digital fluoroscopy of spinal motion segments to assess mechanical instability. He runs the Institute for Musculoskeletal Research and Clinical Implementation at the AECC in Bournemouth and the new Open and Upright MRI scanner.
He has served on the BCA council and as a member of the General Chiropractic Council.
He has four grown-up children and likes windsurfing and skiing.
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I'm immensely grateful to you for seeing me through 9 months of sciatica; it's been a tough time.Your advice, care and continuous excellent treatment is very much appreciated...
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When I found myself in extreme pain with both my neck and back and having visited the doctor who could only prescribe painkillers, I started to research chiropractic methods...
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