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Welcome to Beckenham & Sevenoaks Chiropractic Clinics

We are the oldest established Clinics in our areas and have served the local community for over 30 years. Both of our Clinics have appointments available from early in the morning until late in the evening with at least two Chiropractors on duty every day from Monday to Saturday.
Working Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Beckenham: 020 8663 3878
Sevenoaks: 01732 742120

Mon - Thur 9am - 8pm, Fri 9am - 7pm, Sat 9am - 3pm

Beckenham: 020 8663 3878 | Sevenoaks: 01732 742120

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Dr. Ross Watson - Beckenham & Sevenoaks Chiropractic Clinics

Ross Watson

Doctor of Chiropractic

GCC Licence number: 03899

    • The first chiropractor in the UK trained in Gravitational Pattern Alignment

Ross was raised in Linlilthgow, near Edinburgh, and first studied Music at the University of Strathclyde, gaining an Honours degree.

Ross enjoys caring for a wide variety of patients, from families with young children through to industry leaders, diplomats and executives. His previous background in music has given him a unique understanding of performing artists which has led Ross to receive requests from West End performers and some of the biggest names in music.

A passionate practitioner and avid advocate of excellence in chiropractic, Ross continues to attend conferences around the globe in order to study and work with the leading minds in the field. He refined his care of lumbar disc injuries with the chiropractor to the White House, Dr. William E. Morgan. In Colorado, he studied under the renowned Dr. Nelson Vetanze (former chiropractor to the Denver Broncos) and became the first chiropractor in the UK trained in Gravitational Pattern Alignment. In the UK, Ross is a registered member of BAPAM (British Association for Performing Arts Medicine), the General Chiropractic Council and The United Chiropractic Association. Symposiums in America and the UK continue to enable Ross to collaborate with a worldwide community of surgeons, GP’s and manual therapists so that he can care for his patients with the most current and refined skills chiropractic can offer.
Ross Says:“It is so important to an individual’s health to correct poor posture. I treat a lot of musicians and give them specific advice on how to adapt their posture. The principles apply to everyone, from children to adults, from active sports people to sedentary office workers and it’s really important to address any problems as early as possible.”