Clare gained her Master of Chiropractic degree from AECC University College graduating with first class honours. She first discovered chiropractic when she received treatment herself and this sparked her interest and desire to pursue it as a career.
Clare believes in a patient-centred approach and each treatment will be tailored to the individual with the aim of reducing pain, improving function and helping the patient achieve their goals. Treatments include various techniques such as spinal and extremity manipulative therapy (adjustments), mobilisation, soft tissue work including trigger point therapy, massage and stretches, dry needling (acupuncture), instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation (IASTM) and exercise prescription.
Clare is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and the British Chiropractic Association. She is also registered with the Royal College of Chiropractors and continues to update her knowledge and training via the completion of Continued Professional Development courses throughout the year.
When Clare’s not treating humans, she also has a practice treating horses and dogs with chiropractic.
Outside of work Clare has a keen interest in horse riding – particularly dressage, has previously worked as a riding instructor and has a strong interest in horse and rider biomechanics. She is also an avid tennis player and regularly plays matches for her local tennis club.