Chiropractors in Birmingham

Harborne Chiropractic Clinic is located in the heart of Harborne, Birmingham. Estabilised in 2013 by Guy and Elizabeth Falco it has grown to become the foremost chiropractic clinic in Birmingham.

Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders.

Our team of chiropractors are qualified and experienced members of the British Chiropractic Association whom are registered with the General Chiropractic Council. The ethos of the clinic is to bring fast and effective pain relief whilst addressing the root cause of a complaint, to bring about and improve the health and wellbeing of our patients. We have realised that many of us have forgotten how good our bodies should feel.

From the young, to the young at heart, we are dedicated to providing outstanding chiropractic care whilst maintaining a friendly and professional approach.

Meet the team

Find out more about our Chiropractors and Therapists.


Affordable prices

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Conditions we treat

Learn more about conditions chiropractic can help with


What to expect

What to expect on your first visit.


Are you in pain?


Provide care for patients of all ages, who present with a range of conditions

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Sports can place a great deal of stress on the body

Stay better


Essential for those patients recovering from injuries or who suffer from chronic problems


You can visit us at the following times:

9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
9AM – 12AM

Dr Guy Falco and Dr Lizzy Falco


We are positive and enthusiastic about helping you find a solution to your problem. We pride ourselves in providing evidence based care to bring the latest chiropractic techniques into the clinic to help you achieve a better health and wellbeing. We are proud of our highly specialised team.
Dr Elizabeth Falco


Dr Elizabeth Falco MChiro DC

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Dr Guy Falco


Dr Guy Falco MChiro DC

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Dr Tom Billington


Dr Tom Billington, MChiro, DC

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Dr Colette Archer


Dr Colette Archer DC, MSc, BSc

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William Lawton

Sports Massage Therapist and Rehab Therapist, Sports Therapy

William Lawton, BSc (Hons)

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Gabriela Pricop

Massage Therapist and Rehab Therapist

Gabriela Pricop BSc

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We are proud to having a clinic based on referrals, here are what some of our patients say….

The first time I went to see Lizzy was in August and I was in a bad way. I had been suffering for at least 4 years with headaches, a really stiff neck, sore shoulders and lower back pain.

I didn’t quite know what to expect at first? I needn’t have worried at all. Lizzy was fantastic with me, and put me at ease almost straight away. On my first visit Lizzy gave me a complete and thorough neuro-orthopedic examination, a complete description of the problems I had been putting up with, and a full and comprehensive treatment plan. I am now feeling much better and off painkillers as well. Which is a miracle all things considered!

(Neck & Headache Sufferer)

I went to see Guy just over two weeks ago with lower back pain and a problem with my right knee, both of which made walking, and particularly golf very uncomfortable. Like many a golfer, I had resorted to using Iboprufen to help me get through a round. Guy immediately suggested that I actually had a problem with my hip, and after a short consultation started to work on me. After a couple of visits, where he only gave me a deep massage treatment, he then started some gentle adjustments. After just two weeks, I am pleased to say that I am walking without a limp, I am completing 18 holes of golf without a problem and for the first time in over a year, I am actually playing to my handicap. Many thanks Guy.


When I came to Lizzie I was truly broken. I had head, neck and shoulder issues that meant that I took a lot of pain killers and diazepam. I also had tennis elbow which had prevented me from playing golf (…go figure!) for nearly a year, and I had an upper arm injury caused by a handbag.

I had visited two other professionals (a chiro and a physio) over the course of the previous 12 months but neither had been able to ‘sort me out’. Then, as if by some miracle, Lizzie put her finger on the problem(s) during the first assessment/treatment session.

Three months on, I am playing golf, the handbag injury has gone and most importantly of all, I am no longer taking pain killers to ‘mask’ the neck/head problem.

Rach M
Long time desk worker)

And we treat children too.

Mum says:

I first went to Lizzy just after Christmas 2012. I was in so much pain I couldn’t function. The pain ran down my neck and across my shoulders. Lizzy diagnosed Thorasic Outlet Syndrome and I began treatment. Lizzy has a friendly attentive approach that allows you to put your trust in her. Her treatments ranged from simple adjustments to stretching and the use of acupuncture. 6 Months on I’m virtually pain free and back running a very busy life!

Lizzy first treated Shannon after a fall at school. Shannon is a National swimmer and her fall was 2 days before South East Regional Swimming Championships. Lizzy treated her and although she couldn’t do Regionals the pain she was in was significantly relieved. When 12 months later Shannon hurt her shoulder she wanted to see Lizzy. She was fantastic and through adjustments, massage and acupuncture Lizzy got Shannon through Regional Championships, swimming three National Qualifying Times

Mrs M (Busy Mum)


Read our latest news from the company or general medical news. Feel free to ask questions in comments for any news you find interesting.

July 15, 2017

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June 11, 2017

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May 15, 2017

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9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
9:00 AM – 12:00 AM


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