about Clare

Clare Marriott

Clare gained her Master of Chiropractic degree from AECC University College, graduating with First Class Honours. She is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and the British Chiropractic Association. She is also a licentiate of the Royal College of Chiropractors and continues to update her knowledge and training via the completion of Continued Professional Development (CPD) courses throughout the year.

Clare has always had an interest in how the human body works. As a horse-riding instructor, she learned a lot about how the suppleness and balance of the rider can influence the horse’s ability to move freely. Clare noticed the benefits of chiropractic for both horse and rider following treatment for a back injury. This sparked her interest and desire to pursue chiropractic as a career.

Clare believes in a patient-centred approach and tailors each treatment to the individual with the aim of reducing pain, improving function, and helping the patient achieve their goals.

Besides treating people, Clare also treats animals, and trained with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic. For animal bookings, call Clare direct on: +44 7979 953449

Animal chiropractic is focused on improving overall function and performance. Clare mainly treats horses and dogs, so whether you have a Grand Prix horse or a happy hacker, a top agility dog or a family pet, she is happy to help. Animal chiropractic is very gentle and effective. Most animals will be a little unsure at first, but soon come to love their sessions. Many of the horses Clare treats actually fall asleep during the session.

Outside of work, Clare has a keen interest in horse riding, particularly dressage. She also enjoys swimming and is an avid tennis player, regularly playing in matches for her local club.