Terry Graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Oxfordshire where he completed his Masters Degree. Since a young age, Terry has been fixated on sport. He started competing internationally in Karate at the age of 13 and has won both domestic and international competitions whilst representing England. As a 3rd Dan black belt Terry continues to train, teach and compete alongside his work at the practice.
It was through Terry’s passion for Karate that he found his passion for chiropractic; it positively impacted his health and helped to optimise his sporting performance. As a direct result of this, he decided to pursue a career in helping others do the same.
Terry has always been fascinated with the human body and understanding its inner workings. Through his own experience of chiropractic care, he observed the bodies ability to heal itself, when the nervous system is free from interference. He is a firm believer that chiropractic is much more than treating neck pain, back pain and headaches. To him, chiropractic is about allowing people to achieve their true potential, in all areas of life, by enabling the brain and body to communicate optimally. Terry gains true satisfaction from enabling his patients to live more fulfilled lives through chiropractic care.