MSc DC, chiropractor
01273 774 114
After a sky-diving accident with the Red Devils left me with severe whiplash, I sought treatment with a chiropractor. As a new patient, I was amazed by the results as it helped me so much and consequently I decided to embark on a career as a chiropractor!
In 2004, after a four year Bachelor’s degree at The Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (University of South Wales), I qualified as a chiropractor and started my career.
In order to gain as much experience as possible from different mentors, I worked as an associate throughout the UK. Several years later, I opened up my own chiropractic clinics in Newton Abbot and Exeter, in Devon. Five years later, I sold these clinics to a trusted colleague and went on to pursue a Masters in Business Administration.
After the birth of my first child, I went on to work on the board of a nationwide healthcare company. We provided multidisciplinary musculoskeletal services.
However, since the outbreak of Covid-19 and as pressure on the NHS has grown, I have seen an increase in demand for chiropractic services locally. I have decided it would be more beneficial to help serve my immediate community instead and I feel very grateful to be able to serve the Brighton community where I grew up.
Techniques and experience
My speciality is biomechanics of the lower limb (foot, knee, hip and spine) and I am an expert in foot and gait analysis. I have extensive experience prescribing tailor-made insoles (orthotics) to correct foot function and alleviate pain in the lower limb or spine.
I live in Hassocks with my family and I have a young daughter who is 3 years old. I enjoy walking my Bernese Mountain dog on the South Downs and on the beach. Since lockdown I have turned my hands to cooking and creating home-cooked curries.