Since graduating in 2006 with a 1st class degree in Chiropractic, Rachel Jones has been dedicated to expanding her scope of practise and regularly attends courses and conferences. Rachel believes in educating her patients to best understand their problem and how they can help themselves. She encourages good posture and gives exercises to her patients to help achieve this. Nearly everyone can benefit from chiropractic treatment and Rachel’s scope of practise ranges from children to people in their 90’s.
Coming from a sports background Rachel has a keen interest in treating sports related injuries. She has worked along side rugby clubs, regularly treated triathletes, body builders, runners, cyclists, footballers, rowers and gymnasts. Her own experiences competing in Tetrathlon (running, shooting, swimming, horse riding) for Wales and the UK means she knows full well the frustration of injury and the difference excellent treatment and rehabilitation can make.
Rachel’s interest in Chiropractic came from having horses that needed chiropractic to help stop them becoming lame. She could see the difference the treatment made not only to her horses physical capabilities but also the change in their mental state. They became more relaxed and seemed to enjoy life once more. This change can be seen in patients of the two legged kind too, being in pain is a mental drag and helping people feel that change is the most rewarding part of Rachel’s work.
Rachel joined the BCC team in August 2012 having worked in Chester, England for 6 years. Her enthusiasm for Chiropractic and helping her patients get out of pain and stay out of pain never wains.
Rachel is a member of the British Chiropractic Association and registered with The General Chiropractic Council.