One Chiropractor Raising ₤10000 for Charity Research

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Bournemouth Chiropractor George Rix Raising Charity Funds

George Rix is a Bournemouth chiropractor on the move to get things done, literally, by walking 620km. George decided that he needed to do something to raise much needed funds to buy equipment needed to further Chiropractic research studies for Chiropractic in the neurology field. So it was decided something different had to be done, like walking 620km from Lands End to the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) campus in Bournemouth, Dorset.

George’s sponsored ramble will be along the English coastlines of Cornwall, Devon and parts of Dorset. This massive 620km walk is, again, all in the hope of raising £10,000 to buy some much needed equipment for essential chiropractic related clinical research in the field of neurology and clinical neuroscience that will be undertaken at the charity registered (Charity Registration No. 306289) AECC. The charity walk, which George has just started, will be about six weeks walking throughout August and into September.

How To Support George Rix’s Charity Ramble

There are many ways to keep in touch and help George with his 620km charity walk. You can donate to his chiropractic research cause through his official donation web page at http://www.justgiving.com/georgerix

You can also support George in other social ways like saying hi if you see him in your area, giving him a drink of water or helping him keep his mobile phone charged so he can keep sending updates and pictures of his chiropractic charity ramble.

To see where George is click his official Google map page of where George is in England on his charity ramble, you can also network and see George’s updates on his official Facebook web page, at www.facebook.com/Drgeorgerix or his blog at http://georgerix.blogspot.com/

For any other ways to help George you can also contact the Becky Grail at the AECC  by phoning 01202 436215 or emailing rgrail@aecc.ac.uk. Good luck George and we hope you enjoy the walk.