Indy Ghir


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Indy Ghir (M-Chiro, DC)


Indy has been in Chiropractic practice since 2009, he qualified in South Wales at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC). He has seen thousands of chiropractic cases and has been successful in getting people back to good health; he has practiced in Essex (2009-2011) and Milton Keynes (2011-2018).


He has added other skills which he uses with his chiropractic care to help facilitate improved function in the body’s abilities to heal and move well; Western Medical Acupuncture, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation Technique, Dry Cupping Myofascial Release Technique, Deep Tissue Sports Massage, Rock Tape Application, Activator Methods. He uses Functional Movement Screening (FMS) and Specific Functional Movement Screening (SFMS) for the sports specific population to help assist those who wish to improve in their desired sport. He has qualifications in level 1 and 2 personal training. He will be taking his level 1 TPI training in the near future to assist with his interest in treating the golfing population.


Indy is a family man who enjoys time with his wife and two beautiful girls. He gives time where possible to voluntary work when time is available (challenging currently with two young energetic girls!).


His interests are sports, martial arts; in the past involved in Karate, kickboxing, weight training, currently he likes to keep fit and plays golf. He played football for a short while at district level in his teens. He enjoys personal training and is interested in nutrition to keep healthy.


He loves the outdoors and going for walks. He likes to read and is actively involved in self-development in and outside of chiropractic, helping to improve himself in all aspects of his life. He loves to help and support those who choose chiropractic care. He is passionate about chiropractic care and how powerful it can be to help facilitate in the body’s healing ability and optimising body function.