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About McTimoney College of Chiropractic

The McTimoney College of Chiropractic offers a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes delivered from its custom-designed premises, in Abingdon, just outside Oxford, and in central Manchester.​Mission Statement. ​The purpose of the McTimoney College of Chiropractic is to educate and train students to be competent in the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic, in order to benefit patients.​ 

McTimoney College of Chiropractic​

The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is proud to have as its Patron. His Grace, the Duke of Bedford. The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is part of the College of Health and its degrees are awarded by Ulster University.The College began as the Oxfordshire School of Chiropractic, founded by John McTimoney in 1972. By training a small number of pupils, he aimed to increase the availability of the treatment he had developed and to ensure that his techniques would not be lost. 

In 1982, after John McTimoney’s death, the school was taken over by three of his original pupils. They developed a course covering basic sciences and philosophy as well as the important skill of adjusting with extreme accuracy and speed. The school catered for the mature student with ‘life experience’ and some understanding of the problems that their patients might bring to them. The demand for training in chiropractic continues to increase.  Students at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic can undertake a Master of Chiropractic (MChiro) programme which is awarded by Ulster University and is a route for registration with the General Chiropractic Council.  The College also offers postgraduate animal and paediatric programmes which are also awarded by Ulster University.  It is thought by all involved that John McTimoney would be proud of his College today, which has grown from a group of 8 taught in his own home to a thriving higher education institution.

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