My first exposure to chiropractic was in my late teens. At the time I was sports mad and playing a lot of basketball. After being exposed to far too much pain medication and even a steroid injection through the NHS, I was recommended to see a chiropractor. I was immediately impressed with the whole body approach and the rate at which I improved. Before I knew it I was well into my four years Masters degree in Chiropractic at The University of South Wales, graduating in 2012.
During my time as a chiropractor I have learnt more and more the power of treatment we can offer to people and the incredible changes we can make. These are even more spectacular to see in patients who have “tried everything”. My aim as a chiropractor is to educate people about chiropractic and our belief at Radcliffe that it is about much more than pain alone. I have had the pleasure of helping a whole range of patients from young infants to the more senior members of our society.
My spare time is usually spent up pursuing some sort of physical challenge. I’m currently training towards the daunting task fo completing Ironman Wales, a long distance triathlon held in Pembrokeshire each year. Away from triathlon, I currently spend a lot of time with my partner Emma and our pooch – Holly.