Chiropractic can been the most amazing route to helping and improving patients physical health; not only treating pain but also finding the cause of a complaint and managing it from start to finish.
As a member of the British Chiropractic Association the first year after graduation is required to be spent undertaking the provisional registration training scheme (Prts). Much of this year is spent observing and appreciating other health care providers and how their treatment can work alongside chiropractic to provide the very best of treatment and management to our patients. I’m very honoured to have been presented with the Graham Heale award for the 2010/2011 PRTs candidate of the year. This is a very special award as it was set up in honour of the late Graham Heale, a very well respected individual both within and outside of Chiropractic community.
I am always keen to expand my knowledge of chiropractic ensuring to bring the best care to my patients.
In October 2013, following 12 months of studying, I qualified as a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP). This qualification expanded on my keen interest in the biomechanics of the extremities and their role in back and neck pain. It has given me a deeper understand and skill in the treatment of the extremities and how this impacts on the rest of the body.
Treatment can be beneficial for the whole family and every one of all ages and walks of life. If you are unsure if chiropractic can help you or if you are anxious about anything please don’t hesitate to give me a call. I am more than happy to discuss any queries or concerns that you may have before you decide to come in for treatment. We offer a free 15 minute consultation, during which we can discuss in more detail your complaint and asses you to give a better idea of how chiropractic can help your individual needs.