Oldham Chiropractic Clinic has been my second home since 2015! Before then, I had never heard about Chiropractic and was intrigued to find out more. Since then, my brain has been working overtime, learning new things about my own health, the health of others as well as the benefits of chiropractic.
I have seen some amazing results with a vast number of our guests and love to be a part of their journey through their time at the clinic. I believe that we, as a clinic provide fantastic customer care to all. The whole team at Oldham Chiropractic Clinic present to me like family and I am looking forward to progressing through my career here with such a great team.
My next step is to begin college to further myself and eventually graduate as a Chiropractor! I would never have had the courage to do this if it wasn’t for the support and encouragement that I have received from my second family. I can not wait to be able to help others and see the results first hand that Chiropractic can do for so many!
I met a patient from the Oldham clinic when I was out dog walking. We got chatting and he told me he had a back problem and how the guys at the chiropractic clinic had helped him.
I had suffered with back pain for a while and so decided to give the clinic a try. After several treatments I began to feel better and very shortly after became a member of the team.
Over the years that I have been part of the team I have seen many people benefit from chiropractic care.
Originally from Scotland, I have been born and bred into the wellbeing industry. I have learned everything from the ground up and with a true focus for, relationship building, business development and great customer service development with enhanced people skills. Since travelling across the world and working in new Zealand for two years, I have many adaptable traits and very much a “ can do attitude”
Outside of my professional life, I am a Muay Thai enthusiast, where I train 6 days a week. I am always the first on the dance floor at our works night out and you can normally hear me before you can see me!