I graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic with a Bachelor in Human Science (Chiro) and Master in Chiropractic (MSc), in Bournemouth. I chose to pursue a career as a chiropractor after suffering from an injury obtained through competitive tennis. Stemming from my first experiences with Chiropractic care, my personal motivation in practice is to help people of all ages return to what they love to do. I like to ensure that once patients begin to recover from their complaint, that their progress is maintained through functional rehabilitation and exercises.
My personal interests lie within treating sports injuries and the athletic population and I was fortunate in gaining valuable clinic experience from treating sporting injuries and advising athletes of the Bournemouth University’s Varsity squads, ranging from football and rugby, to volleyball and swimming. I have also worked alongside GPs at Christchurch Grove Surgery in the management of NHS patients’ musculoskeletal complaints. It was amazing to see people of all ages and activity levels return to a much better quality of life with chiropractic care.
In my free time, I enjoy keeping active playing tennis, bouldering and running, and also like to finding new places to enjoy good food and live music.
I am registered with the General Chiropractic Council and I am also a member of the British Chiropractic Association.