Introduction to Thompson with Didrik Winsnes
Thank you for Didrik Winsnes for taking the time to record a basic introduction for Thompson technique for our student membership. He covers how to use a Cervical syndrome test, what you are looking for and also an analysis of the pelvis, looking for the most common problems seen in practice.
Introduction to Gonstead with Matt Harding
Dr Matthew Harding is a Gonstead Chiropractor in Surrey, England. He has spent time with many world renowned Gonstead Chiropractors in the USA and recently started teaching and running seminars on The Gonstead technique. He is passionate that you can be specific in Chiropractic and that it does make a difference to your results.
Upper Cervical with Marina Papadimitrio
Marina Papadimitrio attended AECC college in 2014 after completing her degree in physiotherapy in Athens, Greece. After working at a practice in Manchester, UK for nearly 3 years she decided to relocate back to Greece and work alongside her sister at their upper cervical clinic. In 2019, she graduated from the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers, a programme run by Sherman College. Since then she shared her passion to inspire other young chiropractors and chiropractic students by speaking at McTimoney College, and other chiropractic practices in the UK and Europe. In summer 2020, her and her sister completed the training of Book Yourself Solid aiming to help more service providers and professionals. Her mission is to create a community where people are educated and empowered to make quality decisions about their health and everyone’s success is celebrated.
Introduction to Paediatrics with Lindsay McInnis
Lindsay McInnis is a high energy, international primary health care provider who has a passion for helping people to thrive in life. She decided she wanted to become a chiropractor when she was just 7 years old, after her health and her life drastically changed when she started getting adjusted. She graduated from the esteemed Parker University in May of 2011 with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Following her qualifications she has run offices in Ghana and in Norway. She has been in the UK with her husband and young son since May 2017 and looks forward to calling England her forever home. They have since added a daughter to their family, born at home at the end of 2019. She and her husband run D.O.T.S. Chiropractic, a family focused chiropractic centre in Milton Keynes.
Introduction to SOT with Donald Francis
Donald Francis BSc DC Cranio A former British Army Officer, Donald runs two large, highly successful practices in The Scottish Borders.
Originally from Zimbabwe, he is a 2009 graduate of Palmer College in Iowa where he qualified in multiple Chiropractic techniques including Gonstead, Activator, Thomson, Atlas Orthogonal, Palmer Diversified and SOT.
At postgraduate level he has qualified in SOT to the highest level, Craniopath, and he now teaches SOT across Europe. He helps young chiropractors become successful as owners and associates and teaches basic and advanced adjusting through his own company Veritas Curat.
He is Vice President of both the Scottish Chiropractic Association and SOTO Europe. Donald runs a referral based, waiting list practice centred on chiropractic principles, optimal health and wellness.
Introduction to Upper Cervical with Christian Caswell
Growing up in the North East of England, Christian decided he was going to be a chiropractor at an early age after seeing the impact it had on him and his family.
Christian is a graduate of the Anglo European College of Chiropractic. Additionally he is one of the very few Europeans to be admitted into the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP). Christian has also served as one of the board members for the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organisations (IFCO).
Christian enjoys looking after patients and loves watching them develop and transform under chiropractic care.
Christian practiced as a full spine chiropractor using the Gonstead system, before specialising in upper cervical chiropractic.
Christian is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is on the Board of Directors for the United Chiropractic Association (UCA).
My talk will be on Upper Cervical Chiropractic – We will go through the philosophy and the science introducing students to upper cervical biomechanics, thermography and Imaging.
The 10 Step Process to Confidence and Certainty in Year 1 of Practice with Craig McLean
Craig has been a chiropractor for 25 years, 20 of those practising in London, UK. Driven by his desire to help more people than he could reach with just one set of hands, he founded Chiro London, a group of now 6 clinics with 20 chiropractors on board. All located in Central and Southwest London, he’s well on the way to making it easy for Londoners to find quality chiropractic health care.
Craig grew up in Ballarat, Australia and graduated from Chiropractic college at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (R.M.I.T) in 1994. In 1999 he moved to the UK and settled in London with his wife, Gail, and three years later became the owner of Putney Chiropractic Centre (est. 1986). Craig and Gail have two international kids who love both the UK and Australia equally.
Craig became a chiropractor originally because he liked the simplicity behind the concept of using the spine to improve someone’s health – without the need for drugs or surgery. He practices this principle and loves to promote the “healthy spine, healthy you” concept. His focus is now managing the company that has grown quickly but still keeps one afternoon a week ‘on the tools’ in Putney for his die-hard regulars.
Outside of chiropractic, Craig is a cycling nut who still regularly competes in amateur cycling races, both on the road and on the velodrome. He focuses on National Masters events, but still mixes it up with the up-and-coming GB talent at the local racing scene. He rides for the Nuun Sigma Sport London race team – a sponsored, amateur group of racing addicts. When not cycling, he’s with his family, on the golf course or dreaming of skiing in the Alps.