Meet our Team
Michael Noone (BSc, Doctor of Chiropractic)
Clinic Owner, Lead Chiropractor
Graduated in 1995 from AECC College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth
Scott Sutherland (BSc, Doctor of Chiropractic)
Associate Chiropractor Newquay Clinic
Graduated in 2003 from Natal Tech, South Africa.
Michael Gillingham (MChiro)
Associate Chiropractor Truro clinic
Graduated from AECC College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth
Nutritional Therapy / Weight Loss / Sports Nutrition
Sara has a first class honours degree in Nutritional Medicine and is a qualified teacher. She is an award winning nutritionist with published research in the Journal of Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism. Prior to becoming a full time nutritionist, Sara spent almost 20 years in the health and fitness industry helping people to lose and maintain weight through diet and exercise, also writing and delivering weight loss courses for several health clubs and companies.
Sara offers several types of consultation at the Newquay Chiropractic Clinic including appointments for weight loss, nutritional therapy for various health conditions, and sports nutrition. Appointments cost from £30 per hour. Contact Sara on 07919 110440 to book an appointment or for more information.
Between nutritional therapy appointments Sara runs regular weight loss and detox courses, lectures and writes. She has a number of books published which you can see at the clinic:
- Teach Yourself Eating for Health (2nd edition is renamed Lose Weight, Gain Energy, Get Healthy)
- Teach Yourself Running (renamed Get into Running)
- Weight Loss – The Essential Guide
- Food for Health – The Essential Guide
- 10 Rules for Guaranteed Weight Loss
- 10 Minute Yoga
- Beat Insomnia Quickly
- Cholesterol – The Essential Guide
All books are available at www.amazon.co.uk or in good book stores.
Remember, you are what you eat, so it’s likely that a change in diet will have a beneficial effect on your health. Book an appointment today and you’ll soon be feeling the difference!
Amanda Matthews (HFST ECBS)
Massage, Bowen Technique and Reflexology
What happens during a massage?
Typically a full body massage lasts for an hour. Your body responds in two main ways. Firstly there’s a physical effect on your body: for example, reduced muscle stiffness or increased joint mobility. Then there are the psychological benefits: such as feelings of relaxation and well-being, an ideal antidote for today’s stressful lifestyle.
The Bowen Technique aims to balance the whole person, not just the symptoms. An appointment will take approximately 45 minutes. Four or five treatments, at weekly intervals are often sufficient to achieve lasting relief. The therapist uses thumbs or fingers to make a series of prcise, roling-type moves over muscle. During the treatment there are a series of short breaks where the patient is left resting to allow their body to respond to the gentle moves that have been made. These rest periods are important to allow re-balance and reduce tension and pain. This technique is suitable for all ages.
Dr Richard Beale (PhD KFRP)
What is Kinesiology?
Kineiology uses an exact form of testing muscles to assess which therapies will benefit a person. Muscles are controlled by the central nervous system and this simple muscle test, tells the therapist about the state of balance of your nervous system. With this information we find out what therapies you need and apply them.