Following the transfer of the day-to-day running of the McTimoney College of Chiropractic to BPPU in 2011, the Trust has undergone a busy and exciting period of change.We have updated our suite of policies and practices to support the governance of this range of new activity.
The Trust introduced a student bursary scheme in 2012 which now operates under the title McTimoney Trust Student Awards and is part of a comprehensive package of support that the Trust is able to provide to students at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic.
Following on from work the Trust undertook in collaboration with the College to support the provision of clinics offering subsidised treatment costs to the general public, the Trust has been working hard on a new initiative called Community Clinics.This exciting project encompasses the Trust’s ethos of preserving and promoting the McTimoney Method as well as John McTimoney’s objective to make the benefits of the McTimoney Method available to all. The Trust will be supporting Community Clinics to provide free or subsidised McTimoney chiropractic treatment to individuals who would otherwise not be able to access chiropractic care, such as the homeless community and people on benefits. To find out more and how you can get involved in promoting, delivering or donating towards the Community Clinics, please visit or email the team on
For more information on the Trust's recent activity, please see the Annual Review 2017-2019
McTimoney Trust supports McTimoney College of Chiropractic students
Find out the different ways in which the McTimoney Trust is supporting students of the McTimoney College of Chiropractic.