Paul graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with an MSc in Chiropractic. His fascination with anatomy, physiology and bodily function, particularly in relation to sporting performance, began at a very early age. It was this, combined with his own personal experience of competing in Volleyball at a high level (both as a player and a coach) that led him to study for a BSc in Sport and Physical Activity Technical Sciences (‘STAPS’) in Nice, France.
During his degree Paul’s specialist interest area centred around how to improve quality of life through adapted physical activity for people living with a range of conditions (e.g. autism, mental illness, obesity, paralysis and physical limitations caused by old age) or impeded by their social environment (e.g. prisoners). This included extensive research into the efficacy of natural therapies in helping the body to heal, thereby igniting his passion for alternative healthcare for good.
Upon graduation from his degree in 2012 and spurred on by his interest in both neuro-biomechanics and complementary medicine, Paul decided to train as a Chiropractor.
Commenting on his journey to becoming a Chiropractor, Paul says: “Being able to help the body’s natural healing process through touch and understanding why this works is an amazing thing. I get a huge amount personally from being able to facilitate my patients’ own innate healing processes and helping to return their bodies back to their natural, healthy states.”
Paul’s techniques include Diversified, Thomson, Activator, and ART (active release techniques).
To book in and see Paul, please call us on 020 7490 4042 or email.