Anita Bowes

My specialist dietetic clinical expertise is weight loss, diabetes (both Type 1 and Type 2), pre-diabetes, reactive hypoglycaemia, digestive diseases (IBS, including Low FODMAP diets; Coeliac Disease; Diverticular disease) and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). I am an experienced UK registered dietitian and nutritionist sharing my work between the NHS Hospital working as a Diabetes Specialist Dietitian and my private practice. Over the years I have worked in the various areas

Vikki Wildsmith

Qualifications and experience: Level 5 Diploma in Sports, Soft tissue and Remedial Massage from the London School of Massage, (LSSM) Also a member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage (ISRM) Recently qualified with over 12 months of practical massage and events experience including Bournemouth Rugby 7’s Skills: Functional anatomy, deep friction, neuromuscular, muscle energy and positional release techniques.  Soft tissues release, connective tissue massage, pre & post event

Lukasz Strzelczyk

Lukasz is a highly experienced soft tissue therapist.  He always seeks the bigger picture when working with a client, attempting to understand the balance within the body and the symptoms it displays. Qualifications and experience: Medical College in 2007 (massage technician) Anglo-European College of Chiropractic – 2nd year student, Cambridge Rugby Club – Head Therapist, Rugby national team of Poland (men and women division) – Sports Injury Therapist, Organika Budowlani

Andy Mayo

Qualifications BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy – Cardiff 2006 Experience After finishing university I worked at Poole hospital, rotating through the different departments. I realised that my passion is for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and moved to work at Shaftsbury hospital outpatients department. I have since moved to Wareham hospital outpatients for the last 5 years where I treat a range of injuries and conditions. Passions Running, paddle-boarding, golf, tough mudder, game of thrones.

Nick Watt

Nicholas Watt DC BSc MSc (Chiro) Nicholas (Nick) has recently graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth in the class of 2016, graduating with a first-class BSc Human Sciences degree with honours and an MSc in Chiropractic.  He has a passion for providing a high quality, patient-centred approach to care with diversified and functionally based techniques.  Having completed courses on dry-needling, rock-taping, Simon King’s muscle testing seminars and

Amy Batchelor

Amy decided to become a chiropractor after her family and herself experienced the tremendous benefits of chiropractic care. Amy had suffered with migraines for over 10 years and saw a dramatic decrease in their intensity and frequency after taking up chiropractic care. Happily it is now rare for her to experience a headache of any kind. After 5 years of academic and practical study Amy graduated from the AECC (Anglo-European

Sarah Rogers

Sarah earned her Masters in Chiropractic from the Anglo European Chiropractic College in 2011. She is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association. Sarah has a strong academic and practical background in healthcare and sports having previously achieved a 2.1 degree from Loughborough University in Physical Education & Sports Science. She followed this by many years working in the ambulance service responding

Dani Cocking

Dani graduated from Cardiff University with an honours degree in Physiotherapy in 2013. She then went on to work for the NHS in South Wales, undertaking her junior rotations. Her roles included post-operative Trauma and Orthopaedic rehabilitation, musculoskeletal therapy, neurological therapy, and paediatric care. Working in these environments strengthened her experience across an array of settings and with a multitude of conditions. Dani is trained in Sports Trauma Management and

Kate Richardson

Kate graduated from Cardiff University in 2012 with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy.  Upon graduation Kate started working with Cardiff City Football Club and the Welsh Football Association.  Her role involved working with all of the academy players for acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Kate is qualified in sports trauma management and she was able to utilise these skills whilst working pitch side during academy matches and training.  This role

Dr Robert Stevens

Dr Robert Stevens MBChB MRCGP Dip.FIPT Dr Stevens attended Sheffield Medical School where he became a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery in 1997. He completed the Vocational Training Scheme in Derby where he qualified as a General Practitioner in 2005. He passed the Membership of Royal College of General Practitioners examination in 2010. After setting up a brand new Walk In Centre & GP Practice in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, he spent