Rosie Pearce – ChiropractorI discovered chiropractic at the age of 11 after my horse was treated by an equine chiropractor. Although not the most traditional route into the profession the pleasure I get from treating patients, helping them out of pain and back into their active daily lives, has only affirmed the decision I made at that young age to enter into the profession.
I am a graduate from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic having completed a 4 year Masters degree. Whilst there I also qualified in kinesio-taping, a method of increasing muscle function and posture which I have found gives great results.
My patients can always expect a bespoke treatment plan tailored to their individual needs and symptoms, with focus on getting back to normal life. I use a variety of modalities including diversified technique adjustments, soft tissue work and rehabilitation exercise plans in combination with lifestyle advice.
Since discovering my intolerance to wheat and the immeasurable benefits I’ve had from removing it from my diet, I have first-hand experience of just how powerful changes to a patient’s lifestyle can be physically and emotionally. With this in mind I endeavour to address all aspects of health so that my patients can live life to the full.
Aside from chiropractic I am very active having grown up in the countryside of West Wales, Cornwall and New Zealand. I enjoy a variety of sports in particular horse riding and hiking (with my Border collie!).
I look forward to working with you!