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Recommended chiropractors on the Camino Frances? Walking in May 2023

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Hopefully a local resident will see your question, but it would appear that chiropractic is not regulated in Spain. It's anyone's guess whether your travel or country insurance will cover unregulated treatment. Read your fine print very carefully.

Buen Camino.
 
You could also try looking for osteopaths (osteopata). They are similar to chiropractors and are regulated in Spain. I actually prefer osteopaths. Mine massages me like a physio before the adjustment, making the adjustment easier.
 
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You could also try looking for osteopaths (osteopata). They are similar to chiropractors and are regulated in Spain. I actually prefer osteopaths. Mine massages me like a physio before the adjustment, making the adjustment easier.
Ah, great tip!! I agree.
 

Hopefully a local resident will see your question, but it would appear that chiropractic is not regulated in Spain. It's anyone's guess whether your travel or country insurance will cover unregulated treatment. Read your fine print very carefully.

Buen Camino.
Yes, good points. The reply below about looking for regulated osteopaths is a good idea. I don;t have any problem except occasional sciatica. Thanks for the post!
 

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