I came to Chiropractic after experiencing huge relief following a series of events in my mid-twenties.
A relatively minor car accident, fairground ride and poor working posture resulted in chronic neck and chest pain. I went to a chiropractor after exhausting all the options the NHS could offer me. The improvement allowed me to regain my quality of life and I was inspired to help others in the same way.
As a chiropractor, I love being able to help patients of all ages with all sorts of different problems. Lifelong learning is very important to me and I have undertaken extra courses in pregnancy related and paediatric conditions, Dry needling (Western acupuncture) and myofascial release techniques, to name but a few.
My spare time is dedicated to family life and pilot gig rowing with a local club.
I graduated with a Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) degree from the prestigious Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth. I am a Licentiate member of The Royal College of Chiropractors, a member of The British Chiropractic Association and registered with the General Chiropractic Council. I also have a BSc. Microbiology (Medical) and a PGDip Biomedical Science.