I grew up in Bromsgrove and went to school in Birmingham. I first became aware of the positive effects of chiropractic having injured my back at the age of 19. I know first hand how debilitating back pain and sciatic pain can be. The improvements made with treatment set me on a course to become a chiropractor.
I trained at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth where I received their Academic Scholarship and the award for community outreach work. I am registered with the General Chiropractic Council and I am a member of the Scottish Chiropractic Association. In my free time I stay active with running and cycling. Chiropractic is very much a patient-centred healthcare profession. For me this means working out exactly why pain has occurred, what of structures are involved, how posture, work and lifestyle may influence or exacerbate the problem. Building a complete picture allows the problem to be treated as effectively as possible and can minimise the chance of reoccurrence. It’s a very individual tailored approach and it has great results.