Priscilla So M (Chiropractic) DC
From a young age Priscilla had suffered from headaches – she remembers at about the age of 4 asking her mum what it was called when you had a stomach ache in your head? She assumed it was normal to have headaches and continued through her teens to take paracetomol and other pills to help ease the pain.
In her early 20’s Priscilla was involved in a car accident; her car was rear ended and written off. She visited a chiropractor on the advice of a friend, to treat the whiplash injuries she had sustained, and found that regular chiropractic care not only helped to ease her whiplash injuries, but noticed that her regular headaches had disappeared.
Priscilla had already studied for a business degree and been working for a few years afterwards, when she decided to follow in her father’s footsteps and train as a Chiropractor. Having worked at a busy and successful clinic in Nottinghamshire for the past 5 years, Priscilla felt it was time to move things closer to home and chose Matlock to set up the So Healthy clinic.
“I know what it’s like to have chronic headaches and feel like it’s something you have to live with forever. Chiropractic has helped me so much and it’s so rewarding to now be able to help other people and see the improvements that chiropractic care can bring to their quality of life”
Vishwam has been practicing massage for 25 years and is always learning and developing his skills as a therapist. He offers a very special form of Therapeutic Massage which helps alleviate pain, tension and stress. Every massage is customised, attending to the needs of your unique body. You can receive a luxurious oil massage or if you prefer to wear loose and comfortable clothing, he can apply gentle pressure and movement to help alleviate pain. Vishwam is also a Heart Of Living Yoga teacher and is able to teach a range of breathing and movement techniques to release stress and improve your physical and mental wellbeing. He has a very warm, gentle and peaceful presence.
Sarah Sharp, MChiro MMCA
My journey in to chiropractic started as a patient, a parent and a horse rider. In addition to feeling the benefits myself, I found it amazing how my children and horses responded to treatment. In fact, it led to a change of career and many busy years re-training and learning chiropractic techniques.
To me chiropractic care is about restoring the balance to the nervous system so the body can communicate effectively with itself. Our bodies are intelligent, dynamic and forever adapting to the stresses of everyday life, with the loss of communication due to interference the bodies desire to self-heal and self-regulate is blocked. By adjusting the spine, we can restore movement and alignment to the joints allowing the nervous system housed within the spine to be unblocked and to communicate with the body.
For me, there is no better reward than being able to help someone improve their quality of life.
Sarah specialises in a chiropractic technique called McTimoney Chiropractic which is a precise, whole body approach to chiropractic care.The gentle nature of McTimoney Chiropractic makes it especially suitable for people of all ages including young babies, pregnant women and the elderly.