Jade graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic following 5 years of education with a Bachelor of Human Sciences and a Masters in Chiropractic. She enjoys treating people of all ages, but has a keen interest in treatment of paediatric patients. Upon studying at the AECC Jade developed skills in treating musculoskeletal causes of breastfeeding issues, as well as musculoskeletal issues which may have been caused by birthing difficulties.
As a keen horse rider when she was younger, Jade developed an interest in rider biomechanics and how this could influence the horse’s performance. From this, she has since gone on to further her education in qualifying through the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic. This will allow her to treat musculoskeletal complaints that arise in equine and canine patients. This has now enabled her to address the athlete’s complaints as well as the horses.
She uses a range of techniques to diagnose and manage chiropractic related conditions: from spine related causes to extremity complaints, with the use of diversified techniques and dry needling.