Chiropractic

Chiropractors are healthcare professional who assess, treat and prevent disorders of the muscles and skeleton and the effects that these can have on the nervous system and general health. We use our hands to treat disorders of the bones, muscles, joints, emphasizing manipulation of the spine. We believe that chiropractic care is the cornerstone of any comprehensive and holistic health program.... Read More

Chiropractors are healthcare professional who assess, treat and prevent disorders of the muscles and skeleton and the effects that these can have on the nervous system and general health. We use our hands to treat disorders of the bones, muscles, joints, emphasizing manipulation of the spine. We believe that chiropractic care is the cornerstone of any comprehensive and holistic health program. When your body works the way nature intended, your spirit soars and so do you.


Acupuncture

Acupuncture improves the body's functions and promotes the natural self-healing process by stimulating specific anatomic sites--commonly referred to as acupuncture points, or acupoints. The most common method used to stimulate acupoints is the insertion of fine, sterile needles into the skin.


Sports Therapy

Sports therapists are experts in musculoskeletal disorders. … “An aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.


Massage Therapy

Massage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues of the body. With their touch, therapists relieve pain, help heal injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general wellness of clients.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioural therapies, or CBT, are a range of talking therapies based on the theory that thoughts, feelings, what we do and how our body feels are all connected. If we change one of these we can alter the others. When people feel worried or distressed we often fall into patterns of thinking and responding which can worsen how we feel. CBT works to help us notice and change problemat... Read More

Cognitive behavioural therapies, or CBT, are a range of talking therapies based on the theory that thoughts, feelings, what we do and how our body feels are all connected. If we change one of these we can alter the others.
When people feel worried or distressed we often fall into patterns of thinking and responding which can worsen how we feel. CBT works to help us notice and change problematic thinking styles or behaviour patterns so we can feel better. CBT has lots of strategies that can help you in the here and now.


Pilates

Pilates is a method of exercises devised in the mid 1920s and was one of the first exercise systems to take a holistic approach to fitness and wellbeing. The pilates technique offers a unique method of body control and conditioning, stretching and strengthening the muscles/ while improving flexibility and balance. Many people who have sustained back and neck injury are drawn to pilates discove... Read More

Pilates is a method of exercises devised in the mid 1920s and was one of the first exercise systems to take a holistic approach to fitness and wellbeing. The pilates technique offers a unique method of body control and conditioning, stretching and strengthening the muscles/ while improving flexibility and balance.
Many people who have sustained back and neck injury are drawn to pilates discovering it to be an excellent method of strengthening the whole body and preventing further injuries.


Reflexology

Reflexology is a deeply relaxing, safe complimentary therapy suitable for the whole family throughout every stage of life. It is the technique of applying controlled pressure to reflex points on the feet and hands that correspond to organs, glands and skeletal structures within the body to bring about a state of deep relaxation and stimulate the body’s own healing process.

Whilst studying Biology at university I was a keen rower, unfortunately this resulted in problems with my shoulder and lower back. Having researched and tried various treatments, it was only chiropractic treatment that allowed me to continue to row.

So after a few years working for Glaxo Welcome I left and returned to education, I graduated from the Anglo-European college of Chiropractic in 2000.

I worked firstly in Sutton, and Crawley, with Brian Hammond, in large teams gaining an untold wealth of clinical skills, radiology, rehabilitation, and medical acupuncture. I continued my education whilst working and I began to specialise in my passion, babies, children and pregnant mothers to be.

I married Simon in 2003 and moved to Rowland’s Castle, and worked in Portsmouth, with Maria Browning and with John Springard in Chichester. Simon and I have had three children, our eldest Isabella, Felicity, who prefers Flixy and last but not least Augustus, named after his great great grandfather.

From newborn babies to more mature patients, including a 94 years old lady, I continue to develop my skills with continued studied and the spark that glowed all those years ago is still burning brightly. I have a fascination with my profession and am known for the personal approach to my patients, with my interests continuing to be treatment and management of chronic pain, exercise rehabilitation and paediatrics.

I have a role within the Royal College of Chiropractors CPD team (Continuing Professional Development) organising events to enhance and open specialist areas to Chiropractors on the south coast.

I have had numerous articles published in magazines and national newspaper, including Women’s Own, Prima, PlantBased, Top Sante and the Daily Mail, The Sun and Express.

Whilst studying Biology at university I was a keen rower, unfortunately this resulted in problems... Read More

Having graduated in BSc Sport science and Nutrition, at Oxford Brookes, I worked in London as a Personal Trainer and Fitness Manager for a large gym company for 3 years. Whilst loving the job I felt it didn’t complete my passion for learning about the mechanics of the human body and helping people with their pain management through injury.

Thus, I decided to return to education and graduated as a Chiropractor at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) in 2007. I have worked at various clinics in the South and South East of England over the last 14 years gaining a wealth of clinical knowledge, experience and finesse of the Chiropractic Profession.

During this time, I got married, had two children and settled in the Havant area. Having gone through pregnancy it sparked my interest in Pre and post pregnancy Chiropractic care as well as Paediatrics. I continue to enhance my professional development and continual knowledge through various compulsory CPDs throughout the year with my continuing interests in pain management and rehabilitation through exercise.

In my spare time before having children, I was a keen cyclist and used to race and time trial. Nowadays I am more of a fair-weather cyclist and I love walking in order to keep me fit and healthy for the daily challenges my job brings, as well as being able to keep up with the endless energy of my children.

Having graduated in BSc Sport science and Nutrition, at Oxford Brookes, I worked in London as a P... Read More

I am a BABCP accredited CBT therapist. I received my diploma in CBT in 2015. Previous to this I was working as a psychological wellbeing practitioner (PWP) for 5 years within the NHS. This role meant that I conducted assessments for therapy and did low intensity CBT interventions for those with mild to moderate anxiety and depression. Prior to this I was a research assistant at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Through working with families, I yearned to provide more care than I was able to give at the time, resulting in my training as a PWP for an IAPT service. As I spent my time delivering CBT, I wanted to further my education and ability to practice techniques I saw working so effectively. This inspired me to privately fund my training so I did this alongside my everyday job. I left the NHS in 2015 and now work both at The Priory as a CBT therapist and in my own private practice. Not many people can say they both enjoy and gain satisfaction from their job on a daily basis but I do!

The collaborative nature of CBT results in a great therapeutic relationship which empowers clients to make significant changes to their lives. As an accredited member of the BABCP, I adhere to a code of ethics and code of conduct.

I am registered with a number of insurance companies, please contact me if you have insurance and wish to access my services.

I am a BABCP accredited CBT therapist. I received my diploma in CBT in 2015. Previous to this I w... Read More

I began my journey into holistic therapies in 1994 by learning Swedish Massage. I have since then continued developing my interest and knowledge by completing various qualifications including ICHT VCTC Level 3 in Indian Head Massage, Reflexology and Aromatherapy. I have now expanded my interest and gained BTEC qualifications and specialising in Clinical Massage, Pregnancy and Postnatal Massage, Myofascial Release and Postural Assessment. I take pride in my work and aim to get people out of chronic pain and provide a bespoke treatment for each individual client.

I began my journey into holistic therapies in 1994 by learning Swedish Massage. I have since then... Read More

Tom has been involved in sport as an athlete, coach, massage therapist and now a sports therapist. Tom was a competitive swimmer from the age of 7, gaining many accolades until his forced departure from the sport through injuries. Tom then decided to become a swimming coach for the same team he swum for to continue his passion and participation in the sport. Determined not to see anyone else have the misfortune Tom had, he decided to gain a sports massage qualification and work as a sports massage therapist. With his experience working for a physiotherapist in Portsmouth, going to events such as the great south run and picking up private clients, Tom decided to further advance his knowledge to help others. Tom qualified as a sports therapist from the University of Chichester and looks forward to aiding injured people achieve a speedy recovery and get back to their normal function or sport fitter and stronger. Tom also has a passion to further clinical research and is looking to produce some pioneering studies in sports therapy treatments.

Tom has been involved in sport as an athlete, coach, massage therapist and now a sports therapist... Read More

My passion for reflexology started when I was going through pregnancy. I found it reduced my stress and anxiety, helped me to re-balance and boost my energy levels and even helped me get a good night’s sleep. I was so impressed that in 2004 I decided to train at the International Institute of Reflexology, Regents Park.

Once graduated I set up my own mobile reflexology business in London before moving down to Emsworth in 2010. I have over 10 years experience as a reflexologist in London and the Emsworth area, treating adults and children with a wide range of symptoms.

I generally treat the feet, but for those that aren’t too keen on having their feet touched, I have also trained in Advanced Facial Reflexology using the Bergman Zone Method

I use a lovely selection of blended aromatherapy oils from Neal’s Yard Remedies, which you can choose from for your treatment.

I am a full member of the Association of Reflexology (MAR) and also hold a Champneys Diploma in Beauty Therapy (CIDESCO, BABTAC).

My passion for reflexology started when I was going through pregnancy. I found it reduced my str... Read More

I started teaching pilates in 2004 as a level 2 pilates instructor from gyms and fitness centres, in 2014 I then went on to further training and completed my NVQ 3 in pilates with the added underpinning of specialised back care. I currently work full time form The Stride Centre in Denvilles. Pilates for me is so rewarding especially when you can improve clients lives for the better in work rest and play. I offer pilates for all abilities ,from rehabilitation programmes or helping to keep the body in harmony from arthritis or osteoporosis. Pilates is suitable for everyone regardless of age or level of fitness.

I started teaching pilates in 2004 as a level 2 pilates instructor from gyms and fitness centres,... Read More

After training as a nurse at St. Georges hospital in London and later as a midwife at St. Richards hospital in Chichester, where she worked for 10 years, Gill studied at the British College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to gain a Licentiate in Acupuncture. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). Gill’s interest in acupuncture is rooted in her experiences whilst travelling in Asia and the Far East. After completing her training, she set about bridging the gap between western and eastern medicine in order to help people struggling to find solutions to their health issues. Gill has always striven to stay up-to date either by study or research. In 2019 she gained a Diploma in Gynaecology, Fertility and Obstetrics from the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine. With over 25 years of experience working in clinics in both Emsworth and Worthing, Gill is able to help with problems such as back pain, osteoarthritis, anxiety and migraine. Drawing on her background as a midwife she offers support for women in pregnancy and specialises in treating pregnancy related conditions, fertility issues, menstrual and menopausal problems and offers IVF support. Gill also practices Tui Na, a form of Chinese massage that focuses on unblocking areas of tension to aid the body’s natural healing ability.

After training as a nurse at St. Georges hospital in London and later as a midwife at St. Richard... Read More

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