Dev Singh BSc (Hons) MSc Chiropractic D.C
Dev graduated in 2002 with a Master's degree in Chiropractic from the world renowned Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC); Europe’s first Chiropractic teaching institution, following five years of study.
Dev’s passion for chiropractic has stemmed from personal experience; he comes from a strong background of healthcare professionals including a mother and sister who are Chiropractors and a father who is a practising GP. Having been born with a club foot it is “chiropractic treatment that keeps me able to enjoy an active lifestyle which involves a busy practice life, lecturing chiropractic students, regularly going to the gym and running around after two boisterous children.”
Following working in London for a number of years Dev now owns a busy clinic in Andover. Dev also works as an Auditor for the General Chiropractic Council of England and for the last four years has taught at the AECC. More recently Dev has been appointed the prestigious role of lecturer of clinical sciences at the AECC, passing on his knowledge to chiropractic students.
Nathan Winter BSc (Hons) MSc Chiropractic D.C
Nathan graduated with a degree in Medical Biochemistry after three years' study at Royal Holloway University of London. With a strong degree secured, his focus was to progress into the medical field with a career which would combine strong practical skills with significant medical knowledge/understanding, hence the desire to become a chiropractor. He therefore began his chiropractic career by studying for a further five years at The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. The college is the oldest and largest chiropractic college in Europe, having been at the forefront of the chiropractic education and research for over 45 years.
Having worked in Norwich and Bournemouth for several years, Nathan has been the co-owner of the Andover Chiropractic Centre since 2005; a centre which boasts a reputation for its professionalism and patient care. Outside of running a busy practice, he has a keen interest in open water swimming and competes regularly in competition.
Liz Garvey Bsc (Hons) MChiro
Following a degree in Psychology and a career in sales and marketing, Liz made a career change into Chiropractic. She graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales where she received the Academic Excellence award by getting the highest marks in her year.
Her passion for health and for helping people is what urged her to make the decision to become a chiropractor. Having had problems with her back through competitive gymnastics, she is acutely aware of the difference that chiropractic can make to people's lives. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and loves educating people on the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.
Marc Sanders Bsc (Hons) MSc Chiropractic
Marc became a chiropractor after being inspired through his experience of receiving chiropractic care for sports injuries he obtained through cycling, and observing the impact that his father (also a chiropractor) had on changing his patients’ lives. Marc's focus is on allowing you to return to what you love doing, whether it is sport, work, or looking after your children or grandchildren. He believes that it is important to determine the cause of your specific problem so that it can be best managed to avoid or minimise it returning in the future.
Through his time at university he gained clinical experience within Christchurch Grove Surgery, working with GPs to help NHS patients receive optimum care for their musculoskeletal complaints. As part of the collaboration with the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, he worked with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 Team to provide injury prevention screening for the pit stop crew. Marc also built his experience with sport injuries by providing treatment and advice to Bournemouth Athletic Club, Zoom Triathlon Club, and Bournemouth University sports teams.
He graduated at the top of his class (valedictorian) from Bournemouth University with an MSc in Chiropractic with Distinction, receiving the Hugh Gemmell Memorial Scholarship and the Arthur Scofield Memorial Award for academic excellence, having the top marks in his year for 5 years in a row. Prior to this he gained a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of York, where he received the Oxford University Press Achievement in Biosciences Prize and published two scientific papers on anti-malarial drug research. He is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.