Lisa graduated from the prestigious Anglo European College of Chiropractic. She was introduced to Chiropractic after suffering a painful low back injury during a rowing training session. It was thanks to Chiropractic that just weeks later, she won Gold at the GB National Rowing Championships. Her career choice from that point onwards was clear.
She is still a keen sportswoman and is currently an active member of High Wycombe Cycling Club. She enjoys treating people of all ages and helping them to be the best they possibly can be. Her youngest client this year was just 3 weeks old and her current oldest is 90.
Before treating from Hazlemere, Lisa worked at two other well established Chiropractic Clinics in the Bucks area: in one, she ran the Exercise Rehabilitation Centre and therefore has a strong interest and a wealth of experience in Rehabilitation which can be useful in both pre and post injury and preventative situations. In She established LT Chiropractic Beaconsfield in 2014, a multi - disciplinary team of 9 in Beaconsfield before moving to Hazlmere.
She is registered with the following professional bodies: General Chiropractic Council, The British Chiropractic Association, the Royal College of Chiropractors and most insurance providers. Lisa is also a qualified Yoga Teacher.
Tom’s passion for health and fitness started through his own desire to be the best athlete he could be. This led to the foundations of his career in strength and conditioning, where he worked with a number of national and recreational athletes who looked to better improve their performance.
This time also led him to become a British Champion Powerlifter during his studies to become an Osteopath. After completing a master’s degree in Osteopathic Medicine in 2015, he looked to further develop his approach to functional rehabilitation with the prestigious Gray Institute in America for a 40-week internship in 2016.
Upon his return, Tom went on to become Head of Performance and Lead Osteopath for a Great British Sprint training group. Here, Tom supported a number of athletes with their strength and conditioning and physical therapy. Many of these athletes have since gone on to national placings and titles, while some even had recent success at the Olympic games in Tokyo.
More recently, Tom’s passion for a broader approach to health and well-being has led him to study another master’s degree in Nutritional Medicine. His hopes here are to further be able to help his patients with their treatment outcomes and overall health and wellbeing.
This shows the variety in Tom’s knowledge base and this blends into the way Tom likes to work. He can appreciate all aspects of your health, well-being, nutritional status and physical fitness, ultimately helping you to reach your goals and treatment expectations.
Tom clinically has a particular interest in sports osteopathy, persistent or chronic pain, high-end rehabilitation, neck and back pain, shoulder and knee injuries.
Tom’s own hobbies include Olympic weight training, Brazilian Jiujitsu, gymnastics and running.
Kim joined us in 2018 and is the backbone of the clinic, ensuring its smooth running even though you might not see her around! She is the friendly voice you speak to on booking or changing an appointment, just enquiring or for any invoicing related questions and the person you a texting if you text for appointments!
She can't always get to the phone immediately but does her best to get back to you within a few hours so thank you for your patience.
Kim previously managed a large School Office and so we are very grateful to have her friendliness, expertise and fantastic organisational skills on board with us.
Alongside her administration role with us, Kim is a Cognitive Hypnotherapist helping people overcome anxiety, phobias and unhelpful habits. For more details, please visit her website here.