I have not always known I wanted to be a chiropractor.
I always had a passion for biology & wellbeing since I can remember and in 2005 graduated with a degree in Spa Management in Buxton. It was there where I first learned about the impact of different therapies on the human body and the muscles. After completion of my degree, I moved to Portland, Dorset, where I worked with the sailing Olympic teams during 2012. Working with professional athletes encouraged me to look deeper into sports massage. After successfully opening a sports massage practice in Derby I found limitations as a massage therapist and decided to expand my skill set by becoming a chiropractor. Studying at McTimoney College of Chiropractic took 5 long years and a lot of travelling between Derby and Abingdon. I opened ChiroFamilyPractice with a focus on providing gentle chiropractic care for symptoms ranging from back pain to sciatica as well as general aches and pains. Through the many years of experience and the understanding of how our body works, it became clear to me that I wanted my chiropractic care to work alongside human neurology and that’s why I am using one of the kind technology that allows me to look into people’s nervous system and link it to their overall wellbeing. It also allows me to understand why the injury, condition or wellbeing is not improving and why it is “stuck on”. By working with the body’s own capability of healing I have managed to confidently adjust patients achieving amazing results that modern medicine could not accomplish. If you are feeling “stuck on” and not getting anywhere with your condition please feel free to contact us for a chat or consultation, so we can decide how we can help you.
Dr Ewa Lobato Doctor of Chiropractic Care
Seeing beyond your pain
I always had a passion for sports, health & wellbeing. From downhill on mountain bikes to football and every day life, I have always tried to ensure I was functioning at my best. From a young age I always wanted to be an engineer as I always curious about how things worked. Having graduated with a masters in engineering from Kings College London in 2005 I soon found myself doing a sponsored doctorate at Birmingham University by Rolls-Royce. In 2009 I joined Rolls-Royce as a measurement specialist which would lead me to a successful career in engineering that is until I came across chiropractic and the impact it had on my health and wellbeing. Regular chiropractic care helped me change the direction of my health to the point where I decide to leave my engineering career and start a chiropractic degree. I found myself having the same curious passion for how the human body worked and more specifically the nervous system which lead me to become and expert in insight CLA scanning technology (Neurological scans which form part of your initial assessment).