A father and daughter music duo have thanked Isis Chiropractic in Milton Keynes for keeping them mobile to continue raising money for charity.
Dick Evans and Cat Heald raise funds for Age UK MK by gigging and selling CDs under the name ‘Something Like That’.
The duo both suffer with physical ailments that leave them in pain at times.
However, thanks to the help of chiropractors Jatinder Benepal and Per Kleberg – co-owners of the Isis Group at the clinic in Kiln Farm – they are in fine fettle to continue wowing the crowds.
Dick said: “I have been a patient for many years at the Isis Clinic in Milton Keynes, mainly for spinal ailments, and I attend regularly throughout the year.
“Mostly I have check-ups to keep me in shape, although my chiropractor has helped with other injuries over the years. I’m sure I would deteriorate if I didn’t have my regular treatment sessions.
“My daughter also attends the clinic on a regular basis and we recommend the clinic to all of our friends!”
Dick, who sings and plays the guitar, leads a busy lifestyle as he has been volunteering for Age UK for more than five years, singing in care homes, coaching short mat bowls in the summer months, helping at the annual Milton Keynes Marathon and serving refreshments at the Winslow Show.