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Pure Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Centre is dedicated to delivering effective, quality healthcare to reach optimum vitality through a healthy spine and nervous system. We adopt a natural, drug-free approach to health in a professional, comfortable and caring environment.

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Our Services

Pure Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Centre takes great pride in the quality of your care. Its aim is to enable you and your family to optimise your health, to focus on prevention rather than cure and to make every visit a valuable and pleasant experience.


Chiropractic specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions due to mechanical …


Most musculoskeletal conditions respond better with soft tissue correction as well as chiropractic adjustments…

Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy is a Non-Surgical approach for the treatment of herniated bulged discs

Dry Needling

We all have that unfailing pain in our neck, shoulders and back that makes life uncomfortable. More often…

Dry Cupping

Cupping therapy involves the use of medical grade silicone cups to create a vacuum that allows increased circulation ….


Electrotherapy is a form of non –invasive medical treatment, which uses small electrical impulses to repair tissue

Kinesio Taping

Kinesio Taping is a definitive rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process

Customised Orthotics

Orthotics are inserts, braces or splints to support the function of movable parts of the body. While many times they are

Meet the Team

Our highly skilled specialists of chiropractic and physiotherapy have each studied a minimum of four years at university, graduating from an internationally accredited program. All work to enhance their knowledge by attending professional development seminars on a continual basis in order to provide the highest quality of complementary and alternative medicine with up to date practices.

Dr. Nashila Farrah Jaffer


Graduating from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in the UK, Dr. Nashila has over …

Dr. Nashila Farrah Jaffer

Graduating from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in the UK, Dr. Nashila has over 20 years of experience from the UK and the UAE. After graduating in 2001, Dr. Nashila opened Pure Chiropractic Clinic in west London and practiced here for 8 years, until moving to Dubai in 2009 with her husband and dedicating the next few years to starting a family. In 2014, Dr. Nashila partnered with Dr. Chini to set up Pure Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Centre, taking her success and inspiration from the UK to build the same here in the UAE.

Dr. Nashila loves to travel and loves to treat. These two passions together have taken her to different parts of the world such as Uganda, Iraq and the Maldives, offering chiropractic services to the communities in need. She believes everyone from all walks of life should benefit from chiropractic and wants to continue her passion to serve across the world.

Dr. Mitra Chini


Dr. Chini is a US board certified Chiropractor. She graduated from Life University

Dr. Mitra Chini

Dr. Chini is a US board-certified Chiropractor. She graduated from Life University in Marietta, Georgia (USA) in the year 2000. Prior to starting her chiropractic education, she studied at the Howard Community College in Maryland (USA) as an undergraduate.

Dr. Chini started gaining her professional experience in the US before moving to Europe with her husband. She then moved to Dubai in 2001 where she has been living for the past 20 years practicing as a Doctor of Chiropractic, having treated and helped thousands of patients of all nationalities and ages, including children. Her language skills, including English, French, Farsi and some Arabic, ease her ability to listen, understand the patients’ pain and support their health and well-being.

After more than two decades practicing in the chiropractic profession, Dr. Chini remains committed to healing and treating people to have a healthy spine and nervous system. She focuses on educating her patients about the impact chiropractic has in preventing disorders of the neuro-musculoskeletal system and the potential effects on general health and life quality.

Dr. Tim Jacobs


Dr. Tim qualified from the UK at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) having

Dr. Tim Jacobs

Dr. Tim qualified from the UK at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) having gained a Masters degree in Chiropractic and receiving an award for being the most promising Chiropractor amongst his peers. Tim has gone on to gain further qualifications in pregnancy and paediatrics Chiropractic, as he feels Chiropractic should be for the whole family.

Tim joined Pure in 2018 after spending nearly a decade working as a Chiropractor in the UK. At that time the clinic had been growing quickly, having developed such a successful reputation in Dubai as the ‘go to’ place if you’re in pain. Tim felt that Pure, with its extremely high standard of health care and excellent patient centered approach, was the perfect environment for him to help the people of Dubai from, and he loves being part of such a caring and dedicated team. Having a personal interest in sports and fitness Dr Timothy Jacobs has used Chiropractic to help world-class sprinters, the WWE wrestlers on their UK tours, and premiership football teams.

Having seen from an early age the benefits that Chiropractic care can have on people’s lives Tim knew that being a Chiropractor was a perfect opportunity to pursue his goals of serving as many people as possible.

Dr. Haleema Khan

Dr. Haleema Khan graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in…

Dr. Haleema Khan

Dr. Haleema Khan graduated from the Anglo European college of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, UK, in 2010 with a Masters in Chiropractic. She spent three and half years practicing along the South coast of England, before returning to her birth city of London where she worked for a further year and a half. Becoming tired of the hustle and bustle of the London life she decided to move to the UAE.

From a young age, Khan has always been conscious of her health and leads a healthy and active lifestyle. She loves to play netball, currently improving her beach volleyball skills and when she can works out in the gym.

Growing up in a traditional family, Khan has always been a hands on person, from massaging to traditional walking on backs. Realising the benefits of natural alternatives to mainstream medicine is what led her to Chiropractic.

Khan believes that life’s daily stressors whether they be physical, chemical or emotional can add up impacting on the human body in far greater ways than most realise. She believes in the holistic approach to whole family wellness. Treating the body as whole leads to proper alignment of the nervous system enabling it to function effectively, therefore promoting healing and better health around the body.

She strives to give her patients a more fulfilled and enjoyable quality of life by educating them about chiropractic care and healthy lifestyle choices. Chiropractic care is a natural healthcare approach which can help one restore and maintain balance within the body and leave you better prepared to live life to its fullest.

“To keep the body in good health is a duty… Otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” Buddha

Dr. Emily Johnson


Dr. Emily holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health…

Dr. Emily Johnson

Dr. Emily holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences in Illinois, USA. She made the decision to become a Chiropractor after noticing her own improvements as an athlete when under chiropractic care as well as positive improvements of family and friends after suffering from injury or illness. Dr. Emily is a mother of 2 and has noticed the benefits that her own children receive with regular chiropractic treatments, as well.

Dr. Emily incorporates chiropractic adjustment, corrective exercise, cupping, taping, and other instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization techniques as well as nutritional and lifestyle coaching in order to meet her patients’ individual needs.

She has experience educating families and athletes in the UAE, USA, Saudi Arabia and Egypt about healthy lifestyle, greater athletic potential, fitness, and general wellness. She is currently completing studies in Veterinary Chiropractic medicine and hopes to be adding this to her experience soon.

Elgin John


Elgin John graduated from HOSMAT Hospital Educational Institute, Rajiv Gandhi…

Elgin John

Elgin John graduated from HOSMAT Hospital Educational Institute, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences at Bangalore, India in 2010 with a degree in Bachelors in Physiotherapy (BPT). Elgin has primarily worked for the last 3+ years as a Senior Physiotherapist in a well-known and established Sports Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy centre ‘Attitude Prime’ at Bangalore, India.

Elgin has deep expertise and exposure in Manual Physiotherapy that sets him apart over and above the traditional physiotherapy techniques. He has thus confirmed to hundreds of his clients that his best tool so far to help them recover out of their health hassles are indeed his hands, those which promise a healing touch! Manual therapy treatment that he specialises involves but not limited to:

Rehabilitation for all musculoskeletal conditions like disc herniation, spondylosis, spondylolisthesis of spine, osteoarthritis of knee, frozen shoulder, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, ankylosing spondylitis
Sports injuries condition include knee injuries (ACL, PCL, menisci tear), pain along the shin bone, rotator cuff injuries, fractures and dislocations
Antenatal and postnatal care to address low back pain, muscle cramps and bladder control problems
Clinical reasoning and guidance for prevention of musculoskeletal disorder which includes body conditioning and certain exercise method on a regular basis
In his experience, Elgin has addressed and solved critical musculoskeletal and sports injury conditions for nearly 400-500 patients, covering about 100-150 different scenarios. His ability to seamlessly understand the biomechanics and human physiology has won him the praises of his clients and contemporaries.

Elgin has been an active participant on many physiotherapy conferences, manual therapy techniques seminars, and marathons providing his valuable expertise and strengthening his exposure in the Manual therapy field. To augment his skills further, he is currently pursuing his Masters in Physiotherapy (MPT) to bring in much focus on musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries.

Elgin is a trained martial arts professional in karate and fitness conscious individual. Add to this, he is an avid barefoot runner thereby exhibiting confidence and assurance to his clients by reinforcing the fact that – Human body in itself has the power to heal and, when enabling through exercise and manual therapy those hardened pain points in our body that indeed are a result of being under-utilized or misaligned due to lack of exercises, prolonged stress, injuries and alike, one can completely recover from any critical condition.

Elgin believes that the key essence towards recovery and total restoration is reaching and eliminating the root of any symptom – His mantra remains “Treat the cause, not the symptom.”

Srevarsha Veedu


Srevarsha graduated from Father Muller Medical College Mangalore, under Rajiv…

Srevarsha Veedu

Srevarsha graduated from Father Muller Medical College Mangalore, under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bangalore, India in 2015 with a degree of bachelors in physiotherapy (BPT), joined Dr.Mohanty’s Manual Therapy and pain clinic associated with Mangalore Health Care Centre, gaining hands on experience and expertise in dealing with outpatients and inpatients as a clinical Physiotherapist for 3 years.

Varsha has treated patients of all age groups with a variety of conditions and with a wide exposure towards musculoskeletal & sports, neurological, cardiorespiratory and Intensive care cases including ventilated patients, being a part of a multidisciplinary team, with emphasis on identifying the unique needs and strength of every patient to provide the best possible care.She has also been the Physiotherapist for Mysore Zonal Badminton Championship in South India.

Being a certified Manual Therapist and an active member of Manual Therapy Foundation of India as well as Dynamic Taping Institute(Australia),practices and has deep expertise in peripheral spinal and visceral mobilisations and soft tissue techniques like MET, PRT, MFR, neural tissue mobilisations, Cranio-sacral therapy, Dynamic Tatoo taping and Kinesiotaping, to provide the best results.

Varsha believes that if we clear our mind of CAN’T and strive for progress not perfection, then nothing is impossible.

Amna Malik Usman


Amna Graduated from the University of Health sciences Lahore, Pakistan….

Amna Malik Usman

Amna graduated from the University of Health sciences Lahore, Pakistan in 2017 and completed her five year degree attaining her Doctorate in Physical therapy (DPT) as well as receiving the Gold medal for best graduate award. She has also been an Associate Member of the Australian Physical Therapy Association since 2018.

Amna has worked at the Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center in Pakistan as a Physiotherapist gaining hands-on expertise and experience with sports injuries, pediatric and geriatric musculoskeletal conditions. She also worked with the multidisciplinary team at the Children’s hospital and Institute of Child Health, Lahore, Pakistan.

Amna is an active member of the Pakistan Physical therapy Association (PPTA) specialized in treating but not limited to:

  • Sports Injuries
  • Chronic Low back pain, Frozen shoulder, osteoarthritis of the shoulder, hip, and knee.
  • Functional rehabilitation
  • Pilates from Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute in UAE.
  • Kinesiotaping.

When it comes to health, her motto is: “Use it or lose it”.


What our customers say

“Pain is a warning that should not be ignored”

Common conditions helped with chiropractic and physiotherapy include:

  • Headaches/Migraine
  • Neck, shoulder and arm pain
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica / Disc problems
  • Joint pains
  • Sport injuries

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    Is chiropractic safe?

    Yes, chiropractic is remarkably safe when treatment is carried out by a properly qualified practitioner. Research has shown that chiropractic is much safer than pain-killing drugs, muscle relaxants and spinal surgery. At your first visit, your chiropractor will complete a thorough examination and then give you a full report explaining possible risks and discuss any concerns you may have prior to commencing your treatment.

    Will treatment hurt?
    Generally, a chiropractic adjustment does not hurt when carried out by a qualified practitioner. If you have acute muscle spasm in the area being treated, you may experience some temporary discomfort or if you have had a condition for a long time, you may feel sore as your body starts to heal. Your chiropractor will advise you if this is likely to happen and will tell you how to minimise any discomfort.
    Do I need to consult my GP first?
    You do not need a GP’s referral to see a chiropractor. Increasingly, GP’s are referring patients to us and recognising chiropractic as an effective complementary treatment, particularly for back pain.
    How soon will I feel better?
    Every individual responds differently. Generally most patients feel a positive improvement after one or two treatments. Generally, the longer you have had the problem, the longer the recovery time will take. Recovery time is also dependent on your commitment to your treatment plan, home exercises and any diet or lifestyle improvements recommended by your chiropractor.
    How long does treatment take?
    Your first visit takes about 30-40 minutes to complete. Treatment sessions thereafter are approximately 15 minutes, but may vary according to your specific needs.
    How often will I need treatment?
    How long you decide to benefit from chiropractic care is always up to you. Initially, your treatment sessions will be more frequent than later in your plan when your sessions will reduce and you will be given exercises and stretches to maintain your condition. More people are now recognising the benefits of prevention rather than cure and choose to come back for a treatment from once a month to every few months. It is always your decision whether you want to continue with chiropractic care. You are under no obligation at any point during your treatment plan.
    What causes the ‘popping noise’ in the adjustment?
    When the surfaces of two joints are moved apart rapidly, as in a chiropractic adjustment, there is a change of pressure within the joint space, which sometimes causes a bubble of gas to ‘pop’. The sound is insignificant and does not hurt. If you are uncomfortable with the noise, other techniques can be used that are more gentle.
    Is it bad to crack my neck and back myself?
    Yes. You cannot properly adjust your own spine and any relief you do get will only be temporary leaving the need to keep on cracking. You are more likely to be cracking the wrong joint, hence only temporary relief. If you feel the need to crack you own back, it is usually a sign of spinal misalignment. Consult your chiropractor. Even chiropractors themselves consult other chiropractors for regular spinal check ups.
    Is chiropractic suitable after surgery?
    Yes, in most cases chiropractic care is suitable after surgery. Many people who suffer with pain after surgery have sought relief from chiropractic treatment. Furthermore, many have avoided unnecessary surgery by opting for a healthier chiropractic lifestyle.
    Is chiropractic suitable during pregnancy?
    Yes, chiropractic care is suitable during and following pregnancy. With the many physical and hormonal changes during pregnancy, chiropractic can help with back pain and posture It can even ease the strain of labour through it balancing effects on the muscles and ligaments.
    Can babies and children have chiropractic care?
    Yes, chiropractic care is suitable for everyone. Your chiropractor’s specialist training allows them to adapt their techniques to suit people of all occupations and ages, from office workers and manual labourers, to new born babies, pregnant women and elderly. Children often consult chiropractors for conditions such as bed wetting, colic, ear infections and asthma which have shown marked improvements with care.
    How are chiropractors trained?
    It takes at least four years of full-time study to become a chiropractor at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic or the University of Glamorgan, which offers a BSc degree. The courses are followed by a postgraduate year training with a chiropractor under the British Chiropractic Association’s Vocational Training Scheme (VTS). Upon successful completion of the VTS a Diploma in Chiropractic is awarded
    How do I know if my chiropractor is qualified?
    The Chiropractors Act received Royal Assent in July 1994. Resulting from it, the General Chiropractic Council was announced in 1997. It is now responsible for setting standards of both education and conduct within the profession, and requires all chiropractors to be registered to practise legally in the UK.
    What is the difference between chiropractic and osteopathy?
    Chiropractic and osteopathy were both developed in the late 19th century in the USA. The similarities between both professions not outweigh the differences in terms of technique and approach. Both professions have statutory regulation and the important factor is that you ensure your practitioner is registered with their professional body.

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