Stuart qualified from the Welsh institute of Chiropractic in 2009 with a Masters degree in chiropractic. He joined the clinic in 2011 after working for 2 years in Berkshire. During the past five years he has attended many conferences and seminars to enhance and widen his skill set, including Proprioceptive Medicine, Sacro-Occipital technique, kinesio-taping and dry needling (a form of acupuncture). These skills, along with specific manipulative therapy, means he can offer an totally individual approach depending on each patient’s needs.
Away from clinic his main interests are sporting and having played sport to a high level, techniques and movement patterns in sports have always interested him. Getting to the root cause of sporting injuries, by looking at and considering the patient’s technique is something he enjoys and does regularly.
Stuart’s treatment involves a detailed assessment deciphering which muscle groups and joints are working too much/not enough. He then uses his broad range of techniques to ensure they start moving efficiently again to enable, not only a full recovery, but also knowledge for future injury prevention with advice on ergonomics and sporting techniques.
Although he enjoys treating sports injuries, Stuart’s patients range from 5 to 85 year olds, from housewives to professional sportsmen and everyone in between. He believes everyone can benefit from chiropractic and enthusiastically treats all demographics.
Stuart is currently 1st Team Captain of Lansdown Men’s Hockey Club and enjoys playing golf to a high standard.
Stuart is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.