Luther established ML Chiropractic Ltd. in 2009 after a lifelong ambition to run a clinic that addressed all areas of health. With a passion for nutrition and exercise his focus for the clinic has been for prevention of injury and illness as well as the management and rehabilitation of existing complaints.
After 5 years of full time study Dr Susan Strevens qualified as a chiropractor, graduating from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic. Susan went on to practice for 2 years in Auckland before relocating to continue her career in the UK in 2012. Susan’s interest in chiropractic developed through personal experience…..
Charlotta graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth following a 5 year masters course in chiropractic. Her career choice came following the fantastic results she personally experienced through chiropractic treatment after a spinal injury in her teenage years. This sparked her curiosity into health, the function of the human body….
Annabelle started on her path of health and well-being in 2005 with practicing, studying, and teaching Yoga. An ever growing interest in anatomy, physiology, movement, and the desire to develop a more therapeutic approach to her yoga teaching and practice led her to study bodywork, leading to getting her ITEC level 3 in Holistic massage.
James has been practicing as a massage therapist for over 10 years. He has studied at the Richdales Institute based in Hammersmith Hospital, Bodyharmonics Centre in Cheltenham and The Shen Mantra School. Qualified in a number of different massage techniques he holds diplomas in Holistic massage, Indonesian massage, Thai yoga massage, acupuncture, Tui Na and Yoga teaching.
Ashlyn graduated with an honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science from Coventry University in 2010. After developing a keen interest into sporting injuries she progressed onto completing a diploma in Level 4 Sports Massage at St. Mary’s University to further develop her career in injury management of the musculoskeletal ……..
Emily began studying Chinese medicine after receiving acupuncture in her early twenties; it had such a profound impact on her health and wellbeing that she decided to retrain in the hope that she could help others in the same way.
Alongside Laurence Whelan and Kieron Voster, Louise Whelan is the co-founder of the fit8 training system which was developed in 2003. The system was established following the founders’ success within a national gym group and their development of the largest and most successful adult and junior tennis program in the UK.
Inspired to provide the highest quality of service and results to their customers, the fit 8 training system was developed to integrate physiotherapy, rehabilitation and principles used by professional athletes and set new standards within the fitness and rehab industry.
Alexsandra Rehlinger has been working internationally in health since 1988.
After initially considering studying orthodox medicine, Alexandra’s personal investigation into the creation and recovery of health led her to start her studies with Psychology using the Arts. She graduated with honours in Art and Psychology at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and worked successfully as a therapist with runaways in a family crisis unit in Los Angeles
Claire truly believes in the healing power of touch and the tremendous benefits a massage can give to both body and mind. this is what led her to qualify in therapeutic massage with the London college of massage in 1996, and to complete several post graduate diplomas which include pregnancy massage and manuel lymphatic drainage (Face only).
Toby Sullivan is a Chartered Physiotherapist and Associate member of the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also a runner and triathlete and understands the frustration of being injured. His passion is to help you come back faster and stronger than before, armed with the knowledge and skills to help prevent reinjury.
Ellie spent part of her early career working in Australia before returning to England and working as a PA for a film production company. She first came to meet the ML Chiropractic team when she became a patient after a long history of lower spinal pain and a lucky turn of events meant that she was able to join the company initially as a receptionist and Chiropractic Assistant and has since progressed to clinic manager.
After a long period of time suffering from insomnia and feeling overwhelmingly stressed, Tekla found Autogenic Training. She learnt it to be a fantastic method of controlling symptoms and aiding overall personal development. It was following her experience of AT that she decided to train as an autogenic therapist.
Natalie has worked in a variety of healthcare industries over the past 7 years and was in fact one of the first members of the ML Chiropractic reception team during our opening years. After a few years away from the clinic we are delighted to welcome her back.