Hi, I am Dr Chris. My story with Chiropractic starts from when I was born. I was born into a large family of chiropractors. So having grown up hearing about Chiropractic constantly, it was only natural for me to want to pursue a career in Chiropractic.
From my young days as a child to now, I have always been a very healthy active individual whether it be swimming, skiing, skateboarding and even wakeboarding! I have always loved sport and looking after myself. Having regular Chiropractic care, I feel has kept me in check, enabling me to perform at my best in the sports that I love.
My parents were great advocates of preventative medicine. This I believe, is what Chiropractic does best. It gets to the root of the problem and provides patients with a solution.
Whilst studying at University, I got to familiarise myself with several techniques including diversified, Gonstead and SOT. I have also attended several Chiropractic seminars around Europe.
My name is Callum Westlake. I first discovered Chiropractic whilst working as a graduate Sports Therapist. After working closely with the chiropractor’s I became in awe of how effective and helpful Chiropractic can be. This awe led to curiosity where I embarked on the MSc course at AECC in Bournemouth. I learnt to look at the body as a whole and how maintenance of the spine allows the body to function at its best. Although I have made the move to Chiropractic, I am still passionate about sports, particularly team sports (all codes of rugby and football). My graduate Sports Therapy background has led me to intern at St Helens Rugby League as well as providing pitch-side care at Portsmouth RC academy.
At this clinic, my focus lies with improving and enhancing normal daily living for all patients. I produce personalised treatments matched to my patients needs, enabling them to resume their normal daily activities.
Hi My Name’s Steve & I’m a chiropractic Advocate!
I’ve been involved with chiropractic and chiropractors since meeting my wife 22 years ago.
My background in marketing and sales has given me a unique insight into chiropractic and how to explain its philosophy and benefits. Having experienced the life changing results of being a chiropractic patient has given me a deeper understanding of chiropractic and health in general.
Having worked with many chiropractors and as a co founder of the United Chiropractic Association I have in some small way contributed to the growth and stability of what I know is a vital part of today’s healthcare system bringing relief of symptoms and improved lifestyles to millions of people worldwide.
Working with the team at Chiropractic First has renewed my passion for chiropractic and sharing chiropractic vision and benefits to a wider audience.
I am immensely proud of the care we deliver and my main focus is delivering a level of service and experience to everyone who seeks our help.
BJ Palmer once said ‘”you never know how far reaching something you think, say or do today will affect the lives of millions tomorrow” my aim and my aim for Chiropractic First is to embody this statement and make it a reality.
I look forward to meeting you all in practice and helping you achieve your health goals.
I’m Kelly, Operations Manager at Chiropractic First. I was born and raised in Greater Manchester but have spent the past few years travelling the world before returning home to be near family and friends.
I have a background in Beauty Therapy and have a passion for natural care and wellbeing. I enjoy being part of the chiropractic first team due to the caring environment that I am lucky to work in.
There is always something new and exciting to learn regarding chiropractic care, it’s wonderful being part of a patient’s journeys to recovery, seeing them lead healthier and happier lifestyles. I always make time to spend with and listen to patients, which I love. Patient care is so important to me which is why I always leave work happy, and with a smile on my face.
Hello, I’m Dr. Léa Saintespes, French woman that grew up around Europe, moved around a lot, studied chiropractic in Madrid- RCU-MCC, and have now settled in London.
My first contact with chiropractic was at a very early age, after many ankle injuries and Low Back Pain due to dance competitions. Similar to a lot of young kids doing high level sports I was mislead to think it was normal until I met my chiropractor. That’s when I started to become more aware of what natural health means and felt in love with the holistic approach. Naturally I wanted to be part of the solution.
What I like most about my occupation is when my patients realise how life changing chiropractic care is on so many levels. I also enjoy the constant learning side of chiropractic and being a part of my patient’s wellbeing.
A bit about myself, I’m interested in Latin dance, yoga and self growth. I speak 5 languages, and enjoy using my linguistic skills to connect with patients from all over the world, something I find especially rewarding living in London.
If this resonate with you, my team and I will be pleased to accompany you on your path towards optimal health!
Hi, my name is Luis and I am a chiropractor. My first encounter with chiropractic was at young age practicing sports I injured my back, I went to a chiropractor, he adjusted me, and my symptoms were gone by the second appointment, but the most important thing, he taught me the importance of a well-adjusted spine, and he shifted my health paradigm. After that, I wanted to be able to help people like that doctor helped me.
I graduated form UNEVE (Mexico´s College of Chiropractic) in 2010 and after that I did Chiropractic Rehabilitation in Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Since then, my purpose is to help people to achieve their maximum potential of health.
I am very excited to be part of the family of Chiropractic First Barcelona.
Hola soy Luis y soy quiropráctico. Mi primer encuentro con la quiropráctica fue cuando, siendo muy joven me lastimé la columna practicando deporte, acudí a un quiropráctico, el me ajustó y el síntoma desapareció en dos sesiones, pero lo más importante es que él me habló de la importancia de una columna libre de subluxaciones, y cambió mi paradigma de salud. Después de eso, quise poder ayudar a los demás como ese doctor me ayudó a mí.
Me gradué de la UNEVE (Universidad de Quiropráctica en México) en 2010 y después hice una especialidad en rehabilitación de columna en Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Y desde entonces mi propósito ha sido poder ayudar a la gente a alcanzar su mayor potencial de salud.
Estoy emocionado de formar parte de la familia de Chiropractic First Barcelona.
My journey to chiropractic began after being a keen tennis and cricket player where I noticed injuries affecting my level of performance. These were diagnosed as “growing pains” at the time and only after a visit to a chiropractor that I realised my problems were actually related to my spine and he looked at things bio mechanically rather than just trying to ‘fix’ the symptoms.
Not only was I able to return to a high level of performance (representing myUniversity at tennis) but it made me realise how powerful the chiropractic adjustment can be in helping my nervous system function efficiently. I went on to study a four year master’s degree at the Wesh Insititute of Chiropractic (WIOC) in South Wales after initially completing my biomedical material scienceBMedSc (Hons) at the University of Birmingham. Following graduation, I have gained experience working with professional athletes in an acute Sports injury clinic in a multidisciplinary team consisting of (Osteopath, physiotherapist and podiatrist). I then went on to specialise in Chiropractic care which taught me the importance of prevention and maintaining optimum health.
I have also done locum work in London which has helped me treat a wide variety of muscular skeletal conditions. I am a registered member of the GCC (General chiropractic council) and the British Chiropractic Association (BCA). I have recently spent time observing a clinic in Dubai and in Singapore working under theChiropractic First Group witnessing some of the great results they have working with families and people of all ages.
My personal interests include playing tennis regularly and competing in the Warwickshire leagues for my club, functional rehabilitation, strengthening and conditioning and giving my patients nutritional advice where necessary
I pride myself on being someone who has a natural rapport with patients and works cooperatively to identify and address impediments to personal growth and health.
Having been rehabilitated through chiropractic care I am passionate about the excellent benefits and health care I can provide my patients. I’m dedicated to finding natural approaches to correct postural management, spinal degeneration, stress reduction and optimal health function of the entire body.
Originally from NewZealand I have lived in London many years. This has provided me with the opportunity to travel extensively and experience new cultures which is something I am passionate about. I am a keen sports fan and enjoy helping those that want to improve their strength & conditioning for competition or recreation.
I’m Morris Kahere, a Chiropractic graduate from the Durban University of Technology class of 2017. I started being actively involved in Sports Chiropractic when I was a second year Chiropractic student in 2012, working with Jaguars Rugby Club as the assistant team Chiropractor. This is when my passion for Chiropractic was ignited. In 2015, I became the team Chiropractor for the Durban University of Technology Women Football. From 2016 I was taken up by the University of KwaZulu-Natal Sports Science Department where I was the Resident Chiropractor for their Football teams (men and women). I travelled across the country with the teams for their USSA and Varsity Tournaments. When I qualified in 2017, I went on to open my own private practice in a South African third-world community called Umlazi, where no one knew about Chiropractic. I became actively involved in community events raising the awareness about Chiropractic, offering free Spinal Assessments, Health Education and Promotion. In 2019, I decided to be adventurous and joined the World Voyage Cruise Ship, Queen Mary 2, where I was working the onboard Chiropractor while travelling the World. On the flipside of the story, I am an active researcher with a few publications in peer view journals. My main research areas are Epidemiology and Health Economics of Neuromusculoskeletal Diseases.
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My passion for chiropractic evolved through both my sporting activity and the long-standing drive to help others. Through my love of the outdoors and playing sport, I have always been interested in exercise and healthy eating. However, following a significant injury from a skiing accident, I came to realise there was something missing from my health equation. I could no longer perform to the best of my ability, and I would regularly experience episodes of pain. I could not understand why my body could not heal itself. I was told at 18 years old that I should stop playing sport and skiing.
Chiropractic allowed me to return to full contact sport and to ski better than ever! I felt fitter, faster and stronger. I experienced far fewer injuries, and if I did sustain an injury my body would heal itself in a much shorter time span. I realised that if an 18-year-old could be told to stop doing the things they loved at such a young age, imagine what people in their later years were being told.
So, my drive became to help people of all ages to get to their best, and stay at their best for the rest of their lives. In my spare time I try to ski as regularly as possible, and have recently taken up rock climbing. I also enjoy travelling and sampling different cultures from around the world.
Hey! My name is Ai-Chen, originally from Taiwan; and I graduated from McTimoney College of Chiropractic. Let me give you a brief introduction about my chiropractic journey.
Actually, I never heard of “chiropractic” before I came to the UK! I was studying Business Administration in Taiwan; however, throughout the first year, I can’t foresee myself working in this profession because I was not passionate about what I learned. Then, I started to explore my interest.
I first heard of “chiropractic” from my auntie, who found chiropractic care really beneficial and served for good purposes. She suggested I observe her chiropractor finding out more about this delightful profession. I was impressed to see how the spine is related to our body function and all positive responses from the patients.
After that, I took my chance to come to the UK to learn more about chiropractic. Throughout the study, I have met good friends and seniors, sharing and discussing techniques. It was inspiring to understand that we can do so much more as chiropractors to help everyone to improve their quality of life.
I would be immensely proud to say that “Being a chiropractor means you never stop learning!”. I want all my patients to be happy, being able to perform activities they struggled before and to be a lifelong healthy wellbeing.
I was fortunate enough to be introduced to chiropractic from a young age. As an active child who would get stuck into any sport I could, I felt that the lower back pain I was experiencing was not right for a young, healthy person and there must be something that could be done about it. So my parents took me to see a chiropractor. Not only did I find that the pain subsided with chiropractic care, but I was feeling stronger and able to perform at a higher level in my sports. This experience fuelled a curiosity about how the body works which led me to study chiropractic at AECC in Bournemouth where I learnt to look at the body as a whole and how maintenance of the spine allows it to function at its best.
In my spare time I am a keen rugby player and a fan of many sports. I also love cooking and finding new cuisines for culinary inspiration.
As a chiropractor my objective is to be detailed and specific so that each patient can achieve their personal goals, allowing them to see ho their health can positively influence their lives.
My passion for chiropractic was born by chance. It was through my uncles that I met their chiropractor (who later became mine) at a time in my life when I needed to make some changes. After attending just one session I was intrigued and fascinated and began to learn more about the profession.
My passion and constant desire to help others had always brought me closer to medicine, but I realised that chiropractic focused on the true well-being of the human being, increasing the body’s self-healing abilities without the use of any medication. I graduated from the Madrid College of Chiropractic and from the very beginning I had the opportunity to work alongside my chiropractor and learn so much from his valuable advices.
After my studies I have done various seminars and training courses, which are essential to give my patients the care they require.
I am a playful and empathetic person but meticulous in my work. I like to continuously update and improve my knowledge and what motivates and rewards me in my work is achieving the goals of improving the health of my patients and having the honour of being part of that healing journey with them.
I am Jean-Patrick Brochand, I am 29 years old and grew up in up in Lyon, in the South of France. I practice in the UK as an Osteomyologist whilst I got through the registration process with the General Chiropractic Council. I studied Chiropractic in Paris and Madrid where I graduated after 5 years of study.
It was from a young age that I was first exposed to the chiropractic profession. This was down to my older brother having struggled with persistent back and hip issues that were non-responsive to mainstream medical care. After observing and receiving adjustments myself, my mind was set on one day becoming a chiropractor. I found it fascinating that the human body had an inbuilt intelligence to heal and self regulate without needing to resort to drugs or surgery.
A few years later after leaving school, I enrolled at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth and set out on a five year masters degree in Chiropractic. During these years and especially after graduating, I continued to attend seminars to further my understanding of the human body and how chiropractic care plays a key role in optimising our health no matter how old we are. I believe that my ability to further help each and every individual is a never-ending learning process, which is why I attend weekly conference calls with Dr Stephen Franson, who has a wealth of experience in our field. I am a registered member of the General Chiropractic Council(GCC) and the United Chiropractic Association (UCA).
After spending a number of years gaining valuable experience working in clinics in the UK, I had an opportunity to work in Singapore and South East Asia with a company called Chiropractic First. Following a very successful two year period in Asia, the time was right to move back to Manchester after the birth of my son. The idea was then born to bring the success of Chiropractic First to the UK. Away from Chiropractic First my time is spent with my family, as well watching Formula 1 or Football when time allows.