Carol has worked as a trained nurse for thirty seven years. During that time she worked at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath and on Coronary Care and the Acute Assessment Unit at Great Western Hospital in Swindon.
She loved her work as a nurse but fourteen years ago felt she needed a change in direction. Her husband was having McTimoney chiropractic treatment for a lumbar disc lesion at the time. He had severe pain and muscle wasting but gradually the pain eased and he regained muscle strength. Carol was so impressed with the treatment that she decided to train as a Chiropractor while still working on the Acute Assessment Unit. Her husband’s Chiropractor has since retired and Carol has taken over her husbands’ care. He now has a black belt in Karate (3rd Dan) and teaches Karate in his spare time.
Carol has been a qualified Chiropractor for thirteen years and has now retired from general nursing. She says “From my work on the Acute Assessment Unit I recognised the importance of treating patients as individuals with their own unique set of problems. I love the challenge of finding out what those problems are, planning a course of treatment with the patient and seeing them get better and able to take control of their own recovery.”
MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS TREATED INCLUDE:
Pain, stiffness and discomfort in joints
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Chiropractic ♦ Regulated and registered with the General Chiropractic Council ♦ Retired General Nurse ♦ Regulated and registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council
Member of McTimoney Chiropractic Association
Licentiate Member of College of Chiropractors
For enquiries or to make an appointment please phone or email Carol