The Team

The experience we hold as a team is second to none. In addition to being highly qualified, each of our chiropractors has a thirst for knowledge and a passion for delivering effective results for our patients. We keep abreast of research and new developments, often leading the way and offering ground-breaking services. We all care deeply about our work, and we share a commitment to providing our patients with choice and personal, attentive care.

Steve Williams DC, DICS, FICS, FRCC (paed), FBCA

Steve graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in 1987, and is the principal and owner of the practice. He is an international postgraduate lecturer in paediatrics, sacro occipital technique and craniopathy.

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Simon Billings BSc (Hons), MSc, DC, MRCC, RTP

Simon graduated from the AECC in 2001 and subsequently completed his Doctor of Chiropractic training through the College of Chiropractors. He has lectured nationally and internationally on the subjects of jaw joint disorders, nutrition and trigenics. He has also published articles on the subjects of migraine, vitamin D deficiency, mis-shapen head syndrome (plagiocephaly) and ankylosing spondylitis.

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Clare Ewin Fisher BSc (Hons), MChiro, DC

Clare qualified from the AECC in 2005. She began working in a clinic whose interest was in sports injuries, treating the local football and ice hockey teams, and it was here that Clare learnt about the treatment of common sporting injuries and rehabilitation.

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Anna Clark MChiro, DC

Anna graduated from the AECC with a Masters degree at Distinction level in 2015. She is passionate about chiropractic and about ensuring all her patients function at their absolute best, to ensure their quality of movement and life, is as good as it can be. She enjoys treating individuals of all ages, from newborns to those in their senior years.

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Florentien Leurs MChiro, DC

Florentien graduated with merit from the AECC in 2009 and has been a member of the clinic since November 2012. In addition to attending seminars in Sacro Occipital Technique and Steve Williams’ paediatrics, further training has included medical acupuncture, Webster certification (pregnancy care), craniopathy, nutrition, rehabilitation and Thompson drop technique.

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Corrie Kolaczkowski MChiro, DC

Corrie graduated form the AECC with Distinction in 2011. Originally in practice in Bristol, Corrie joined the team at St James Chiropractic in 2018, relocating her young family to The New Forest for a more active outdoors lifestyle.

Corrie has been a passionate advocate of Chiropractic care ever since first receiving treatment as a child. She enjoys treating people from all walks of life. Working with newborn babies through to supporting those in their later years to remain as comfortable and active as possible.

Corrie uses a wide variety of hands on techniques including manipulation, fascial release, sacro-occipital technique (SOT), craniopathy and medical acupuncture (dry needling). This is supported by exercise, nutrition and lifestyle advice where appropriate to help people identify their triggers and stay healthy and pain free long term.

 

Mike Marinus Msc Paeds, M.Tech Chiro

Mike qualified with an M.Tech in Chiropractic from University of Johannesburg, South Africa in 2005. He subsequently completed his Masters degree in Paediatric Musculoskeletal Health in 2019 from Bournemouth University.

Mike has lectured extensively on topics related to infant care, as well as being a recurring specialist guest on radio and television shows. He hosts podcasts for parents and professionals alike and is the founder of The Pediatric Network, an online teaching platform for all professionals working with children. He has published scientific works regarding Plagiocephaly (mis-shapen heads) and manual therapy for excessively crying infants.

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Nicky Moulds - Physiotherapist

Nicky Moulds is our physiotherapist. Physiotherapy seeks to rehabilitate and improve the physical well being of patients with movement disorders resulting from disease or injury.

Based on the study of medical science, physiotherapists extensively study to develop skills and knowledge necessary for physical health education, injury prevention, and the diagnosis and treatment of patients with physical disorders.

Callum Westlake - Sports Massage

Callum graduated from Edge Hill University in 2018 with a 2.1 degree in Sports Therapy BSc (Hons). Working in Edge Hill Sports Clinic where the focus was sports injuries, he treated all university sports teams and individual athletes. Having completed his university work experience with a professional rugby league team, he was then asked to continue as a soft tissue therapist with the players for the rest of the season. He provided and carried out preventative strategies, assisted with late stages of injuries and soft tissue maintenance for the whole first team squad. Since leaving the squad he has also worked in a professional football academy providing pitch-side support and carrying out prevention and rehabilitation programmes for all age groups under his care. At this clinic, Callum’s focus lies with improving and enhancing normal daily living for all his patients. He produces personalised treatments matched to the patients needs, enabling them to resume their normal daily activities.