Dr Will Gilder BSc MChiro
Doctor of Chiropractic
Will’s first experience of chiropractic was as a teenager after suffering a lower back injury playing Rugby. After trying physiotherapy, osteopathy, acupuncture and massage all with limited or no success. He was finally referred to a chiropractor and never looked back.
After completing a degree in sport and exercise science, and taking particular interest in the modules concerning injury, rehabilitation, health and nutrition Will knew a career in healthcare was for him and since those earlier experiences Chiropractic was the only choice!
Will graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Abingdon, Oxfordshire with an integrated masters in chiropractic and began his career working in Leicestershire, treating a huge variety of patients from week old babies to people well into their 90’s, from sedentary individuals to elite athletes.
Will likes to utilise a number of different techniques to get the best results for his patients. Whether that’s Diversified Chiropractic Adjustments, the increasingly popular McTimoney Chiropractic Technique, soft tissue work, acupuncture or advice on exercise, nutrition and lifestyle.
Our practitioner Gemma Parker knows that Sports Therapy and Personal Training are a great way of improving health and wellbeing. Having competed as a dancer at a professional level, her passion for all things active led her into completing her Premier Global Personal Training and Sports Massage diploma 5 years ago.
Gemma uses many innovative training methods such as Kettlebells, TRX and Power Plates but most of all she likes to ensure that her training sessions are fun – which is what you’d expect from a Hula Aerobics master trainer.
Gemma’s highly personal approach means she is able to help a wide range of clients with a variety of fitness levels. From the complete beginner through to the likes of the Nottingham Panthers – where she uses Sports Massage to help injury prevention, enhance performance and aid recovery for the players.
Joe has always been interested in health and fitness where he has taken part in many sports and training in a gym from the age of 14.
After completing a degree in Sports Science and Coaching in 2013, Joe paid particular interest into rehabilitation and strengthening advice and has worked as a Sports Massage Therapist and Personal Trainer, also offering dry needling.
Joe has developed a passion to help people overcome injuries or overcome the aches and pains and is now furthering his learning by studying an integrated masters in Chiropractic at McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Manchester.