Doug Clark

BSc (Chiro), DC, ICSSD, MRCC, LRCC (Sport) — Chiropractor

Doug is the co-​owner of Dynamic Chi­ro­prac­tic with his wife and Man­ag­ing Direc­tor Jenny. Doug is also the imme­di­ate past Pres­i­dent of the British Chi­ro­prac­tic Sports Coun­cil and has been a Chi­ro­prac­tor for 20 years, divid­ing his time between pri­vate prac­tice and in sports injury treat­ment at var­i­ous clubs and insti­tu­tions. He grad­u­ated from the AECC in Bournemouth.

In recent years he has worked as the Chi­ro­prac­tor for The Lon­don 2012 Olympic games, Sale Sharks RUFC, Lan­cashire Crick­eters, Man­ches­ter Phoenix Ice Hockey Club, Pre­mier­ship Foot­ball and with Ali­son Rose (Olympic Team Phys­io­ther­a­pist) and the Carnegie Sports Injury team at Leeds Uni­ver­sity deliv­er­ing ser­vices to track and field ath­letes for Team GB. Doug has also worked as a Chi­ro­prac­tor at the World Games in Ger­many 2005. He has lec­tured at the UK Sports High Per­for­mance Sem­i­nars and the BCA National Conference.

Qual­i­fi­ca­tions:

Gen­eral Chi­ro­prac­tic Coun­cil (GCC) Reg­is­tra­tion: 00236
British Chi­ro­prac­tic Asso­ci­a­tion (BCA) Num­ber: 0766
BUPA provider: 30014260

Andrea Mcintyre

BSc (Biol­ogy) BSc (Chi­ro­prac­tic) — Chiropractor

Andrea is an expe­ri­enced and car­ing prac­ti­tioner who joined the team at Dynamic in 2008. She enjoys work­ing with her patients to help them recover from pain and injury and uses a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent Chi­ro­prac­tic and soft-​tissue tech­niques within her treat­ment ses­sions, includ­ing Dry Needling (known as med­ical acupunc­ture) and Myofas­cial Release Tech­nique (which can help reduce chronic ten­sion in mus­cles and asso­ci­ated soft tis­sues). She believes in help­ing patients to help them­selves and so also gives advice on pos­ture and reha­bil­i­ta­tion exer­cises as part of her treat­ment plan.

Andrea has a par­tic­u­lar inter­est in treat­ing preg­nant women and chil­dren. She has under­taken fur­ther study in this area and is an asso­ciate mem­ber of the Preg­nancy and Pedi­atric Fac­ulty of the Royal Col­lege of Chi­ro­prac­tors. She is a mum of two which means she has expe­ri­enced first-​hand the stresses chil­dren can put on the body and knows how much Chi­ro­prac­tic can help!

Qual­i­fi­ca­tions:

Gen­eral Chi­ro­prac­tic Coun­cil (GCC) Reg­is­tra­tion: 02796
British Chi­ro­prac­tic Asso­ci­a­tion (BCA) Num­ber: 2180
BUPA provider: 30014817

Jordan Gregory

BSc (Sports Ther­apy) MChiro DC MRCC — Chiropractor

Jor­dan Gre­gory is a grad­u­ate of the Anglo-​European Col­lege of Chi­ro­prac­tic in Bournemouth. A 5 year MChiro degree qual­i­fi­ca­tion in Chi­ro­prac­tic fol­lowed the com­ple­tion of a 3 year Sports Injury Hon­ours Degree

His research into sports injuries has since been pub­lished in a peer reviewed jour­nal. Over the course of his career to date, he has suc­cess­fully treated a range of patients which include elite sports­men such as pre­mier league foot­ballers and inter­na­tional rugby players.

He uses var­i­ous chi­ro­prac­tic tech­niques which include Diver­si­fied Tech­nique with soft tis­sue tech­niques, he offers excel­lent advice on reha­bil­i­ta­tive excer­cise, gen­eral exer­cise to main­tain a strong core and back, along with nutri­tion to opti­mise heal­ing and reduce the like­li­hood of future episodes.

Jor­dan also enjoy treat­ing headaches and pos­tural related injuries. Jor­dan is a keen sports­man and plays com­pet­i­tive foot­ball. He is accred­ited by the Gen­eral Chi­ro­prac­tic Coun­cil (GCC), the British Chi­ro­prac­tic Asso­ci­a­tion (BCA) and the Royal Col­lege of Chiropractors.

Qual­i­fi­ca­tions:

Gen­eral Chi­ro­prac­tic Coun­cil (GCC) Reg­is­tra­tion: 03674
British Chi­ro­prac­tic Asso­ci­a­tion (BCA) Num­ber: 3342

MChiro DC MRCC– Chiropractor

Nigel trained and treated a wide vari­ety of neuro-​musculoskeletal prob­lems while at the Welsh Insti­tute of Chi­ro­prac­tic (WIOC). It is here that he attained his Mas­ters Degree in Chiropractic.

After spend­ing time in research, dis­cus­sions with expe­ri­enced prac­ti­tion­ers, and being men­tored and sup­ported by the Head of WIOC, Nigel became the very first clin­i­cian to have per­formed Mir­ror Visual Feed­back Ther­apy at the WIOC, yield­ing great results in aid­ing phan­tom limb pain.

Nigel believes in a holis­tic approach when it comes to treat­ing patients. The aim is not just treat­ing symp­toms, but man­ag­ing them as a whole and improv­ing over­all func­tion. As an avid run­ner and squash enthu­si­ast, he has a par­tic­u­lar inter­est in treat­ing sports-​related injuries as well as help­ing to improve poor pos­tural habits. In his treat­ment ses­sions, Nigel adopts numer­ous tech­niques includ­ing chi­ro­prac­tic adjust­ments (Diver­si­fied), tap­ing, soft tis­sue release tech­niques, and the pre­scrip­tion of spe­cific reha­bil­i­ta­tion exer­cises to aid recovery.

Over the years, he has also devel­oped an inter­est in func­tional move­ment pat­terns. As a Rock­tape cer­ti­fied func­tional move­ment coach, Nigel can assess and iden­tify any func­tional lim­i­ta­tions or dys­func­tional move­ment pat­terns, with the aim of tar­get­ing and cor­rect­ing them. This will ulti­mately lead to reduced pain and improved per­for­mance or function.

Qual­i­fi­ca­tions:

Mas­ters Degree in Chiropractic

Gen­eral Chi­ro­prac­tic Coun­cil (GCC) Reg­is­tra­tion: 04404

British Chi­ro­prac­tic Asso­ci­a­tion (BCA) Num­ber: 2000316