Gary D Jackson, BSc, MSc, DC, MCC
Gary Jackson is a graduate of the world renowned Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC). This is a full time 5 year course which teaches not one but many different chiropractic techniques thus giving the chiropractor many different options when deciding what would be the most suitable method of treating your problem. As part of the training Radiology and Radiography are strong components of the course. This results in your Chiropractor being able to take and read X-rays. Again this knowledge can assist in deciding the best course of possible treatment approaches for your particular problem. Diagnosing your problem utilises not just chiropractic assessment approaches but also orthopaedic and neurological examination. This is made possible by a thorough education incorporating studies which include, Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Neuro-physiology, Neuro-anatomy, Embryology, Neurology, Diagnosis, Pathology, Orthopaedics, Chiropractic Philosophy and history, Bio-mechanics, Muscle testing, Chiropractic Paediatrics, Rehabilitation, Nutrition, Behavioural Science and more.
Nick WilderspinMChiro, LRCC
I graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIoC) at Glamorgan University in 2009 and spent time working throughout the East Midlands and South Yorkshire before joining Milton Keynes Chiropractic Clinic in 2014.
Joshua LewisMChiro, DC
Josh graduated from the Welsh institute of Chiropractic with a distinction in Masters of Chiropractic. His interest in anatomy and rehabilitation originally stemmed from his history as a personal trainer; due to this history he has a vast understanding of many different forms of exercise and activities and understands how acute and long term problems can obstruct your progression within these activities.
Estelle graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic with a Masters Degree in Chiropractic. Estelle developed a fascination with the human body after being under chiropractic care from a very young age. She was amazed by the treatment techniques and the results she had after a horse riding accident and that’s when she decided that chiropractic would be her chosen career. She moved from Greece to England at the age of 18 years old to fulfill her dreams and become a Chiropractor.
Sam SalloumMChiro, BSc, LRCC
One of the main reasons I became a Chiropractor is because I loved the concept that by treating the spine, you can improve someones health. This was reinforced after my mother, who has suffered with chronic neck and back pain sought a Chiropractor after exhausting all of the conventional medical..
Jana graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with a distinction in Masters of Chiropractic. She has since also qualified in dry needling (acupuncture), RockTape (fascial movement taping) and RockBlades (functional movement technique blades) allowing her to use a broad range of techniques when deciding what would be the most suitable…