Qualifications and experience:
I graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 2016 having gained a 1st Class BSc (Hons) Humans Sciences degree and Masters in Chiropractic with Merit.
I decided to stay working in Bournemouth due to my love of living close to the beach, having gained experience working in clinics in Yorkshire and Dorset.
I have gained experience treating people of all ages. I’ve treated infants, children, pregnancy and post-partum women and participated in feeding clinics. At the other end of the spectrum I have worked as a pitch-side assistant treating semi-professional rugby players at a local rugby club!
Spinal and extremity adjusting, myofascial techniques, paediatrics, and dry needling.
Post-graduate training in pregnancy and cranio-sacral therapy techniques.
Making people feel better!
I am keen on running, especially along the beach! I have completed five half marathons and next plan on training for a full marathon, so I understand the problems that runners suffer from and chiropractic is great for feet and knees as well!
Why did you become a Chiropractor?
My first adjustment was when I sought relief from the daily headaches and neck pain that I was suffering from. I experienced immediate relief and was amazed at the benefits of chiropractic care, and the difference it made to my day to day life, which only served for me to learn more and be able to help others. I have always wanted to be part of a profession where I can help people and love treating patients and encountering the positive results gained from chiropractic care.
Did you know….
My broad Yorkshire accent has disappeared after living down south for 6 years… but sometimes creeps back after spending some time back home!