I decided to become a Chiropractor at the age of fifteen after having Chiropractic treatment for neck and shoulder pain, which responded very quickly. I graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic Bournemouth in 1992, and began practicing at the Epsom Chiropractic Clinic, where I have gained a wealth of knowledge from treating patients of all ages, and from the practitioners I have worked along side. Being able to improve the quality of peoples lives is very rewarding.
Concurrently I have also worked in a GP surgery in Esher and have been a Locum for a Colleague in Guildford. Since graduating I have completed courses in Sport Injuries, Craniopathy, Paediatrics and Dry Needling.
I Graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth 1980
I gained my DC at the end of my probationary year at the Kew Road Chiropractic Clinic
My first Clinic was in Tadworth at my parent’s house we very quickly out grew the rooms we had We then moved home included to Epsom in 1983
36 years of patient care in Epsom followed to date.
I have attended two courses at the Regents College in London in Craniopathy
(of the Sutherland type ) .
I attended two courses in dry needling for Myofacial pain syndromes run by the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (course run by Dr JOHN REYNOLD MB BSC MRCP DipMedAc)
Attended the course in proprio-receptive medicine run by Dr Simon King.DC.
( muscle testing for health professionals )a use of applied kinesiology for searching for weakness in a muscle or all muscles , there are a lot of potential toxins which can give rise to weakness either locally or globally .
The use of Ultra sound and interferential instruction was part of my training at AECC which was given further instruction at Kew Road Chiropractic Clinic.
My final thesis at AECC was an investigation in to the relationship of upper cervical misalignment and Cerebral dominance.(the relationship between misalignment in the neck and cerebral handedness)
There appeared to be a degree of natural rotation of the atlas to bring the dominant eye to the midline.