Rosalind Beresford qualified as a McTimoney Chiropractor in 2002. She is registered with The General Chiropractic Council, and is also registered with most private health care companies including AXA PPP. Rosalind has practised full time since 2002 in her busy clinic in Coventry, and now currently works at Burbage House Health Clinic as an Associate.
During her 18 years in practice, Rosalind has continued professional development through attending seminars and courses to regularly update her knowledge within the field of Chiropractic.
In her practice Dr Fi looks closely at the function of the body to see what is needed to enable a person to heal.
She has found over many years that while people are used to the idea that the mind affects the body and can be a cause of many physical conditions, many people are not able to see or address what is going on and need help. Even more of an issue, however, has been that what goes on in the body can affect the mind. Dr Fi has dealt with many so called ‘mental issues’ only to find, when testing the person, that the issue is body-based.
“Since completing full time education I have always worked in healthcare until retiring with a bad back. I initially studied aromatherapy as a means of reducing the pain from my back. Following successful reflexology treatment for my back, I learnt that discipline next. I was so impressed with the benefits of both treatments, I decided to set up in business to help other people regain their health.”
“I grew up in Stratford Upon Avon and moved to South Wales where I studied Chiropractic. I graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with distinction and since then have gained qualifications in Sports Taping Techniques and Medical Acupuncture. I am registered with the General Chiropractic Council, a member of the British Chiropractic Association, and Licentiate of the Royal College of Chiropractors.”
Sam has completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Therapy at Northampton University afterwards he continued his education at Leeds Beckett University, completing a Masters degree in Sports Therapy and is a member of the Society of Sports Therapists.
During his education Sam has worked in various injury clinics, allowing him to gain experience with various types of musculoskeletal injuries.
“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.”
Kerry is a graduate from the University of Lincoln with a First Class Bachelor of Science Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture. She studied for three years and won the Health and Social Care Award from the University of Lincoln and is also a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).
Her interest in Chinese Medicine and Culture began at a very young age when she discovered her love for martial arts and the balance it brought to her life. Since then her knowledge and interest in holistic therapies has been growing and lead her to become a Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist.
Dr Ilan Shahor qualified as a medical doctor from The Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University before specialising in Chinese Medicine. He graduated in Chinese Medicine from the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, an institution considered to be one of the two best universities of Chinese Medicine in the world.
Charlotte has been treating patients for over 15 years and understands that every individual is unique and requires their own treatment plan tailored to their needs.
She qualified as a podiatrist with a First Class Honours Degree in Podiatry, from the University of Northampton.
She is passionate about all aspects of foot health and foot care, and the important role it has to play in our general health and well being. She offers a comprehensive range of treatments, including routine foot care, nail care, corns and callouses, verrucas, removal of nail spikes, diabetic foot care, biomechanics and orthotic prescriptions. She is happy to help and advise on any aspect of foot health, or lower limb joint or muscular pain.
First and foremost her aim is to keep patients mobile and pain free.
Specialism:HCPC Registered Podiatrist – CH28326 / A Member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
Urh is a seasoned physiotherapist with more than 6 years of experience in advanced levels of Musculuskeletal and Neurophysiotherapy. Starting his professional journey in 2014, in a rehabilitative institute working with clients with various stages of osteoarthritis, he took the opportunity to work with athletes in different of professional sport:
Cathy Jones (she/her) is a postgraduate Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP – 48739). Inclusion is key to her working practice, all are welcome.
She has been counselling for over fourteen years, with extensive experience in psychodynamic and integrative counselling and psychotherapy, as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She has worked with adults throughout and worked concurrently for over a decade as a school counsellor in a mainstream secondary school, with young people aged 11–16.