I graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2019 with a distinction in Masters of Chiropractic
My first experience of chiropractic was in my early teens after many a tumble off a horse and I have never looked back! I have seen first-hand the amazing difference chiropractic can make to people’s lives and this inspired me to serve my community in the same way.
Prior to my degree, I worked for many years as a care worker, gaining experience working predominantly with learning difficulties and then chronic illness across all age ranges.
Alongside my love of chiropractic and the wonderful things it can accomplish, I believe in a well-rounded approach to help people live their lives to the fullest. Therefore, my treatments form a holistic approach, incorporating exercise and rehabilitation, pain education, encouraging healthy habits and helping people find enjoyment in daily life.
Outside of clinic I have a background in weightlifting, horse riding and martial arts. I volunteered for a number of years with the Riding for the Disabled Association. As a teenager I was also part of the Army Cadets.
I predominantly treat using the Diversified technique; incorporating aspects of Applied Kinesiology (AK), Sacro-occipital technique (SOT), Logan technique, soft tissue work and Shockwave Therapy. My other interests include functional neurology and biomechanics, rehabilitation, athletic performance, and women’s health.
I am registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC), Western Providence Association (WPA) and I am a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).