Her journey started with a passion for people, and a desire to help as many of those people as possible. She graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic with a BSc Human Sciences degree and an MSc in Chiropractic in June 2017. The AECC gave her the opportunity to work closely with children, babies and breast-feeding mothers through a voluntary project called The Feeding Clinic. Through this grew a fascination of the intelligence of babies and children and the way in which Chiropractic can help them to be happy and pain free. She is excited to continue the development of this passion at Lilliput Health/Meyrick Park.
As a Doctor of Chiropractic, Catherine is focussed on identifying the underlying neurological, biomechanical or physiological cause of a patient’s complaint and to help fully resolve their condition and restore normal function. Assessing each patient as an individual is central to not only resolving any present underlying issues, but preventing any dysfunction happening in the future too. It is generally accepted that we should eat healthily as a means of preventing heart disease; similarly we should work on our posture and movement to prevent musculoskeletal problems arising.
In her spare time, Catherine can be found in the gym or out running along the beach. She used to voluntarily run a spin class at the AECC. She has a love of good food, eating out, cooking and baking.
Catherine used to run a small cake business in Bournemouth in her free time