Sarah Nicholls BSc (Hons) MChiroChiropractor
Sarah first became interested in chiropractic treatment after she suffered a serious pelvis injury whilst playing elite hockey. After 6 weeks of treatment she was back playing. She has a degree in sports science along with being a doctor of chiropractic. Sarah is interested in all areas of chiropractic treatment but specialises in hypermobility. She particularly likes working with children and sports persons. She has a passion for healing and welcomes chronic pain patients that have tried everything and come to see her as a last resort. Sarah is a big dog lover, being a foster mum to Brac, George and Walt, her three dogs. Sarah has a lifelong love of sports and has recently started doing ultra marathons. She loves the outdoors, especially a good hike, having completed 6 of the Scottish Munro’s, with only 276 to go!
Rebecca George MChiroChiropractor
Rebecca’s interest in chiropractic started when she first experienced back pain at the age of 14. After a few treatments, the pain was gone and her love for chiropractic sparked. Graduating from the Welsh institute of Chiropractic, Rebecca enjoys helping people reduce pain, increase mobility and enjoy their day a little more. Rebecca is originally from South Wales, is a big lover of food and wine so regularly attends the gym to compensate for this.
Hannah NichollsMassage Therapist
Hannah has graduated from London School of Soft Tissue and Remedial Massage which gives her a BTEC level 5 Professional Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy which is equivalent to a university under-graduate level of education. It provides her with a very high level of skill and knowledge which enables her to become a professional clinical therapist who can effectively assess and treat injuries. Hannah also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and continues to work as an assistant psychologist in a community learning disability team outside of her massage therapist role within this team. Hannah has enjoyed sports growing up including hockey and gymnastics. She has been a gymnastic coach for many, many years. She has a special interest in working with people with disabilities. She currently enjoys playing badminton and going for long walks with her dog, Ozzie.
Rachel EvansClinic Manager
Rachel joined the clinic in July 2013, wanting a change from the banking industry after 8 years. She instantly warmed to the clinic’s friendly, comfortable atmosphere and of course meeting and chatting to the wonderful patients. Due to this, Rachel loves what she does so much, it doesn’t feel like ‘work’!
Rachel is kept busy outside of the clinic by her two little girls, Isla and Ava, who are also often seen helping out in the clinic. Rachel enjoys being out in the open air, either walking up a mountain or cycling, travelling and Ed Sheeran!
Megan RobertsChiropractic Assistant
Megan was already having treatment before joining the friendly team as a receptionist in September 2017. Having an in depth knowledge of treatments and the team, Megan is now one of your points of contact within the clinic. To ensure she keeps herself supple and fit to prevent further injury, Megan goes to several Pilates classes, swimming and the gym during the week.
During her spare time, Megan enjoys researching the next country or continent she would like to explore and walking the families 2 rescue dogs.
Jill WardChiropractic Assistant
Jill met the team early in 2018 when she had back pain so severe that she could barely move. Sarah fixed her and a year on she provides Reception cover so that Rachel and Megan can have some time off!
She has 3 children and now does regular yoga and more exercise so that she’s never in that state again…she’s recently climbed to the top of Snowdon!
Simon Hudson MAProprietor
Simon graduated from Aberdeen University with an English degree, so you can blame all the spelling mistakes on the Scottish educational system! Having worked for a product design company in Bristol, he moved to Chester back in 2004 to set up our clinic, which is a pain, because he’s been surrounded ever since by chiropractors who nag him constantly about his bad posture! These days, Simon now has another business restoring miniature steam models that occupies a lot of his time, but he still does much of the designy stuff that we need, mends broken things (sometimes) and pretends to be our practice manager when he can tear himself away from the trains!