“I originally qualified from the AECC in 2009 with a Masters in chiropractic with merit. In 2010 I moved to the Netherlands where I attended my first Carrick Institute neurology course. From that point I have been dedicated and relentless in my study of neurology and the understanding of human health. After 300 hours of neurology seminars and one week spent at grand rounds with Professor Carrick in Atlanta, USA, I successfully passed the American Chiropractic Neurology Board exams in 2014. I then returned to the Carrick Brain Center for a further 6 weeks of work experience with some of the leading experts in Functional Neurology.
“I returned to England in the beginning of 2015 where I started work with Johan Jeronimus at Neuroworks in Ealing, London. Neuroworks is a dedicated neurological rehabilitation clinic with equipment such as CAPS, VNG, saccadometer and calorics. I am now also working as part of a multidisciplinary team helping patients recover from severe brain injury on Harley Street.
“I have completed upwards of 600 hours of Carrick institute seminars and 6 weeks at the Carrick Brain Center. The knowledge and experience has been invaluable and has transformed my clinical approach to all patients. It is my goal to make neurology clinically applicable and accessible, enriching both our experience and the patients.”
Master of Chiropractic with merit, AECC
Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board
Carrick Institute modules:
– 200 Clinical applications of neuroscience
– 202 Neuromuscular junction and muscle disease
– 203 Peripheral nervous system
– 204 Disorders of the spinal cord and anterior horn cells.
– 205 Neurology of infections disease
– 206 Disorders of the autonomic nervous system
– 207 Cerebral vascular disease
– 208 The cerebellum and cerebellar disorders
– 209 Headache
– 210 Neurobiology of cognitive function
– 211 Syndromes of cognitive function
– 212 Advanced applications and diagnosis
– 213 Neurology of sleep disorders
– 214 Neoplasms of the nervous system
– 270 Quantitative evaluation of visual saccades in traumatic brain injury
– 816 Peripheral nervous system
– 272 Gait and neurological systems
– Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FNOR) of the upper quadrant
– Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FNOR) of the spine
– Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FNOR) of the lower quadrant
– Global neuromuscular assessment and corrective strategies
– Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FNOR). Integrative Pain Rehabilitation
– Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FNOR). Management and Rehabilitation of Complex Injury
– 6 weeks spent at the Carrick Brain Center, Atlanta
– 3 weeks spent assisting Dr Nate Keizer in Gouda, The Netherlands
– Brian Dissection with Professor Carrick.
– Neurological examination with Professor Carrick.