Wendy’s career in healthcare began in the ambulance service where she was a paramedic for over 10 years. A shoulder injury led her to seek the help of a chiropractor. This led to a change in career direction and after five years training at the Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) she graduated with a Masters in Chiropractic.
At the AECC, Wendy became particularly interested in how chiropractic care could help babies. During her internship she coordinated a multidisciplinary clinic where mothers and babies having difficulties breastfeeding newborns could see a midwife and a chiropractor together.
Wendy’s Masters dissertation was in Pregnancy Related Lower Back pain and she always feels privileged to treat pregnant mums-to-be before, during and after pregnancy with problems such as low back pain, pelvic pain, neck pain, leg and foot pain .....
She continues to enjoy treating newborns and older babies and children as well as adults of all ages.
Wendy is also a qualified hypnotherapist and uses hypnotherapy to help people with many issues particularly those relating to stress, anxiety and chronic pain.
“Finding chiropractic has been blessing for me and I am delighted to have found such a rewarding career where I can help such a wide variety of people”
In 2009 Wendy took a sabbatical to volunteer as an expedition medic in Borneo with Raleigh International, “One of the most interesting times of my life, trekking in the rain jungle, scuba diving and dealing with all manner of illness and injury”
Nowadays, when she’s not working Wendy can be found cycling, looking after her cats and hens or out walking her dog in the New Forest.
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