Holly always knew she wanted to be a chiropractor from a young age as her parents took her regularly for check-ups. When she was 10 years old, she fell down a flight of stairs injuring her lower back and coccyx. Her Chiropractor helped ease her pain and regain mobility so she could continue sports at school, and since then she had a great admiration for what Chiropractors do. This episode cemented her ambition to become a Chiropractor so she could help others move and live their best, pain free life. From her personal experience she knows that everyone can benefit from chiropractic treatment regardless of age, or current pain level.
Since graduating from the world renowned Anglo European College of Chiropractic with a Bachelor in Human Sciences (BSc) and a Master in Chiropractic (MSc), Holly has been working in London where she also grew up. She thoroughly enjoys working with patients of all ages particularly when the patient is keen to learn how to help themselves in order to stay in good health.
While studying as an intern, Holly participated alongside midwives in the baby feeding clinic at the AECC as well as in one of Bournemouth’s local rugby teams. She gained huge experience in treating both pregnant ladies and new-born babies so that they could breastfeed more effectively, as well as treating athlete’s with various sporting injuries. Holly advocates incorporating exercise therapy alongside chiropactic treatment, as she believes this is one of the most effective ways to prevent future injury. She also undergoes regular treatment herself so that she can maintain a good level of fitness and agility.
Holly is focused on identifying the underlying biomechanical, neurological or physiological cause of a patient’s complaint. She uses a wellness approach; a combination of chiropractic adjustments, various soft tissue techniques, medical acupuncture and exercise, all of which leads to better brain-to-body communication. Holly will also help you make fundamental lifestyle improvements that will optimise healthy and normal bodily functions, as well as preventing reoccurring issues.