Motion Chiropractic 
 & Parklands RDA

Motion Chiropractic is based in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside at HunnyBeez Care Farm, also home to Parklands Riding for the Disabled.  Alongside a busy Human & Animal Chiropractic Clinic the centre also specialises in offering animal & equine activities to anyone with learning, physical disabilities or struggles with mental health .  

After 5years of study I gained my BSc hons in Chiropractic from the Mctimoney Chiropractic College, I then travelled to Germany and gained my Veterinary Chiropractic under the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic.

I am fully registered with the General Chiropractic Council, having to complete 30hrs of continuing professional development every year.  I completed further training in paediatric care under the Royal College of Chiropractors and remain a member of their Paediatric faculty.

I am currently completing further training in movement therapy & functional neuro rehab to enhance my work with all my clients including those who may have contra-indications to chiropractic.  I enjoy treating a range of clients from newborns to grandparents.

I have been with horses & dogs all my life.  I competed up to Grand Prix in Dressage and 1m40 in Show Jumping both in this country & abroad. It was an injury to my beloved advanced mare that initially led me to chiropractic & rehab, its safe to say when I first qualified horses were my main interest.  However, now with children of my own, and their health challenges I started my study in paediatrics and movement therapy which has greatly benefitted our Disability ridden sessions here as well.

The last few years I have continued training in canine care under Options for animals UK

I am a qualified coach for the Riding for the Disabled Association alongside a county coach.
Training Judge & committee member of the British Hanoverian Horse Society