My passion is to help people achieve their health goals, whether its being the fastest round the track or just being able to get round the super market without discomfort for the first time in years. It's the feeling that I've made the difference that drives me. I specially take reward from treating those referred 'problem patients' from other health care practitioners or those with chronic pains that seem to have tried everything before and on more than one occasion.
Behind successfully freeing patients from pain, is always our bodies inbuilt healing and self regulating ability. It is truly amazing to think it has taken all of us from two cells to 62 trillion cells and can potentially balance them all in perfectly harmony because of one thing - your nervous system. That is why I chose to become a Chiropractor, so that I could work with the system that allows our bodies to remain in balance and through that balance express our optimal health.
I have a simple philosophy; eat right, move right and think right, and your the body will take care of itself. The problem is that the 'moving right' isn't under conscious control as much as we all would like, and no amount of exercise can fix unconscious movement patterns. That's where I come in. By 'moving right' you allow your nerves, and therefore your body, to work as they were designed to work - without pain and without uneccessary fatigue.
Due to the varying differences between us all, I never limit my care to just one intervention such as manipulation, rehab exercises, soft tissue work or nutritional advice, I'd rather address all variables in a package of care. I endeavour to inspire people towards healthier lifestyle choices by giving them the tools and forsight they need to take charge of their own health by uncovering the real issues that are holding back their recovery.
I have never stopped searching for new techniques and knowledge, both for my patients and for the personal reward that comes from helping patients where others have failed. I believe that professional developement should be an ongoing journey, and one that both excites and rewards. I am forever looking forwards to the next seminar or latest research available.
I look forward to meeting you all.