I studied at the McTimoney Chiropractic College and the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic and I have been practising for over 10 years. I am registered with the GCC and RAMP.
- Diploma of Higher Education in Human Chiropractic
- Postgraduate Certificate in Veterinary Chiropractic
- GCC Registration Number 01942
- Registered with RAMP
Louise White DC MRCC LRCC (Animal)
human and animal chiropractor
My philosophy is to provide you with the care that is the most appropriate for you. Hence, I take an integrated approach to your healthcare.
I believe good health is not just about feeling ok and an absence of pain, but about providing and maintaining your flexibility, performance and vitality. So once I’ve got you right, I very much believe in keeping you that way by providing support care for you at appropriate intervals. After all, you go to the gym to keep fit, but you don’t achieve and maintain a level of personal fitness if you don’t keep it up! And your health is the same.
I spent a little over four years’ training at the McTimoney Chiropractic College, Abingdon, Oxfordshire where I qualified in 2002 with a Diploma of Higher Education in Human Chiropractic. A couple of years later I trained in animal chiropractic with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC) both in the UK and Germany.
I am a Member of the Royal College of Chiropractors (MRCC) and a Licentiate of the Animal Faculty of the RCC (LRCC – Animal) as well as a member of the McTimoney Chiropractic Association Animal Faculty and a registrant of the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP).
I decided to train to be a chiropractor because, quite simply, chiropractic helped me and I wanted to achieve a vocation that I was confident would help others. As a bonus, I was then lucky enough to train and treat animals too, so my work now lets me mix my two loves – chiropractic and animals.
“I found the McTimoney method of chiropractic a gentler, more holistic approach which treated the root of the problem and not just the symptoms therefore providing a long-term solution rather than a quick fix”
~ Sarah S