Becoming a Chiropractor

Chiropractors must complete a minimum 4 year full time degree. Subsequently they complete a pre-registration training scheme (PRTS) year. All chiropractors have the title "doctor of chiropractic". Our chiropractors maintain their registration by attending annual continual professional development (CPD) courses and many seminars and lectures throughout the UK to update and develop their chiropractic knowledge.

We are active members of the British Chiropractic Association, and regularly meet with chiropractors that inspire and excite us about the profession.

In the UK Chiropractors, Dentists, Medical doctors (GPs) & Vets can all use the courtesy title "Dr", however each profession has completed their unique degree and has their own area of expertise. The title Dr in these pages refers to a doctor of chiropractic, this is different to a medical doctor such as a GP. We do not prescribe drugs or perform surgery!

From our Chiropractors
“We look forward to meeting you and doing all we can to help you on your journey to recovery”

MEET OUR CHIROPRACTORS

Dr Amit Raju

DC, MChiro, Bsc(hons)

Doctor of chiropractic

Towards the end of his degree in human biology, Dr Raju decided he wanted a career in healthcare. He went on to study for his chiropractic degree from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales. Dr Raju has previously worked in busy clinics in Bargate and Brigg in North Lincolnshire.

 “I feel patients should be relaxed and comfortable with their chiropractor, and I adopt a very precise and professional manner in my treatment and care and always strive to put patients needs first. I have a genuine interest in your health and getting you better and look forward to helping you reach your goals through chiropractic care. Becoming a chiropractor was one of the best decisions I've ever made. Loving your work, and being part of a profession which allows you to help people so effectively is extremely rewarding. Seeing the positive changes in peoples lives makes my passion for chiropractic grow daily. If you come to our practice under our care, your goals become our goals and we will do everything we can to help you. Through the effectiveness of Chiropractic, being so precise, without the need for any drugs or surgery the results speak for themselves. Through chiropractic adjustments you allow yourself the ability and time to heal on your own. "

Dr Dimple Bhatia

DC, MChiro, BA(hons)

Doctor of chiropractic

After her first degree in marketing and HR, a brief marketing career, Dr Bhatia realised this is not where her heart lay. She then went on to study for her Chiropractic degree and graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales. Dr Bhatia has previously worked as a Chiropractor in busy clinics in Walsall, Northampton (Burton-Latimer), Ilkley, Leeds city centre and Shipley.

"I have always seen myself as a very caring, empathetic and practical individual and chiropractic goes hand in hand with these qualities. I'm very friendly and approachable and its important to me that my patients are always at ease in my company. I look forward to meeting you and looking after you and your needs through chiropractic care. Having worked in various professions, discovering Chiropractic was the best decision I have made, career wise.  With Chiropractic, you are using your senses in a very pragmatic way to heal individuals through use of knowledge, expertise and tactile abilities. I have worked in many different clinics and seen an abundance of ailments through my care of many patients over the years. I look forward to work each day as it brings a new challenge for me. "


Dr Aaron Gaur

MChiro

Doctor of chiropractic

Before his chiropractic career, Dr Gaur played football at a high standard. Dr Gaur has always had a keen interest in sports and believes this laid a foundation for his healthy and active lifestyle. Dr Gaur graduated from the Welsh institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales.

"My passion for chiropractic stems from my interest in drug free methods of healing and this is what inspired me to pursue this as a career. Before studying the art of chiropractic, I spent some time playing a high standard of football for various teams so I have developed a great awareness of the importance of leading a healthy and active lifestyle. As part of this I like to go to the gym, swim and run regularly to keep in shape. I believe in always striving to achieve more, so in order to further my skills I have learnt alternative ways to maximise the care of patients, through approaches such as dry needling and Rocktape."