The Chiropractor

Elizabeth Seymour-Spicer

B.Sc. (Hons.) MChiro. D.C

Doctor of Chiropractic

Elizabeth completed her masters in Chiropractic in 2007 at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. Followed by a post-graduate year of full-time practice earning her Doctor of Chiropractic. She has also obtained a Diploma in Spinal Acupuncture from the College of Chinese medicine and has trained in Medical Acupuncture.

She has a BSc (Hons) in Human Biology which she earned while at East London University in 2003.

Elizabeth has a broad range of therapeutic skills she uses including manipulation and mobilization of joints in the spine and limbs, deep tissue fascial release, ultrasound, dry needling (a form of acupuncture) and rehabilitative exercises and strengthening. She teaches her patients about good spinal health and core stabilization/rehabilitation so once they are out of pain and feeling strong, they are able to maintain their improvement.

Elizabeth strives to improve knowledge and learn new skills by undertaking a variety of courses to enable her to given a bespoke treatment plan to her patients. She gives care and understanding to each individual case and works with the patient closely to achieve their goal whether its to get out of pain or to help them train for a marathon! Her experience enables her to achieve successful results and she thrives on helping and caring for patients. Her goal is to get her patients moving better and feeling better. She puts patients first!

 
Elizabeth has experience with patients living with muscle and joint pain/weakness symptoms due to neurological disorders such as M.S and spinal cord injuries. Her experience and knowledge has enabled her to support patients with safe realignment of the joints, muscle spasm relief, increase blood flow and rehabilitation.

She also has a keen interest in treatment of joint pain and disorders in the feet with the use of manipulation, rehabilitative exercises and orthotics. Foot pain and dysfunction which is often ignored, will modify your gait and will put significant stresses on your legs, hips and back. Recurrent back issues can stem from the feet which form the foundation of everything above. Elizabeth's aim is to look at the person as a whole and correct the root cause.