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I came into chiropractic after receiving treatment as a child and since I love meeting new people and lots of variety, becoming a chiropractor myself seemed the perfect career choice. I have an extremely rewarding job and spend a lot of my time helping women remain comfortable and active during pregnancy and then help their babies feed and sleep well which always makes me popular! It’s also great because it means I get to care for the extended family too, including dads and grandparents. Working with such a variety of patients means I use several different techniques, including western medical acupuncture and cranial work depending on what each individual needs.

Originally form Aberdeen in Scotland, I studied for 5 years at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth. In 2013 I was awarded a post graduate Masters degree in paediatric (child) musculoskeletal health making me one of the few chiropractors in the UK with this level of qualification. I love being in the East Midlands and have worked in Nottingham since 2011.

In my spare time I enjoy keeping active and taking up new challenges. I am a keen weight lifter and enjoy walking up mountains with my husband, daughter and pug Jelly, who you might meet in the clinic. My biggest climb came after a challenge from a patient to climb Kilimanjaro in Africa, which I did for charity in 2012. I also work with the Royal College of Chiropractors, helping train and support new graduates as they enter the world fo chiropractic practice.

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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.

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My background is actually as a nurse, specialising in Neo-Natal Intensive care and I also hold an MSc in Ergonomics. In the past I subscribed to a very medicalised model of health and illness, but after receiving complementary therapies myself, I came to see the sense of balance I experienced and recognised how complimentary therapies work alongside traditional medicine in a supportive relationship.

As well as general reflexology, I provide specialised reflexology for women at all stages of reproductive health, from menstruation, fertility, pregnancy and menopause and am a member of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists. I am also a Mindful Mama hypnobirthing practitioner and hold training classes for new parents every month here at the clinic.

I have two children who are at primary school and am kept busy with their social calendars! As a family, we all use complimentary therapies to stay well and both my children have been adjusted by chiropractors from a young age. Personally, I have a keen interest in nutritional health, exercise and Yoga, and I am hoping to learn Tai Chi very soon.

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Having studied for a degree in Sports and Exercise Science at Lincoln university, I knew that I wanted to use my knowledge of the human body and how people move to help them lead a healthier life. I gained lots of experience working with Nottingham Forest FC and have worked as a self employed massage therapist since 2015.

I started working at Radcliffe Chiropractic Clinic in July 2017 as a Chiropractic Assistant, discovering the benefits of Chiropractic adjustments and getting to understand our many and varied patients and their needs. I could soon see that people needed help knowing what daily stretches and postural exercises were possible for them to do at home to compliment their chiropractic adjustments. There were also other areas I could support them to take more control over their health using specific massage techniques to help them relax and recover more quickly and by creating exercise programmes for their individual needs, such as balance classes.

I am passionate about learning and love the challenge of creating a unique therapy and care package for each patient that comes in. You don’t have to be a Chiropractic patient to benefit from muscle therapy, anyone can come for an assessment and my support.

In my spare time I spend time with my family and friends in Newark and regularly work out in the gym.

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