All of our Chiropractors have excellent qualifications to postgraduate level. You’ll find more information about each member of our team below.
Elaine Cooke DC MRCC Memb.BCA
I have developed my skills in General Chiropractic care over the past 29 years. I graduated from the Anglo-European Chiropractic College, Bournemouth in 1989 and worked for a year in Winchester before taking up the reins of Homewood Chiropractic. In my spare time, I am an avid gardener and animal lover, with ponies and dogs forming part of my extended family. My practice is broad based and even after 29 years, enjoy every minute in Practice. I have a good referral network for patients with complex spinal and joint problems as these patients often need multi-disciplinary care. As a lifelong horse lover and rider, I also love to treat riders with simple, to complex injury and postural problems to improve horse and rider performance and comfort. Having recently lost over a year of my life to sudden illness, I have personal experience of pain and disability. I feel I bring a new level of awareness and empathy to others who have endured ill health too. I have recently become a member of the College of Medicine, and am delighted to belong to the Royal College of Chiropractors, both organisations having a commitment to clinical excellence and critical research.
Max Atkinson DC BSc (Chiro) MRCC
After graduating with Distinction from the Anglo-European Chiropractic College, Bournemouth in 1995, I worked in Salisbury for a year and then made my permanent move to Homewood in 1996. I have undertaken a diploma in Extremity Technique, and have also trained in dry needle therapy and the prescription of orthotics. My Practice is broad-based and I continue to follow an exhaustive programme of Continued Professional Development to keep me up to date and fully informed.
Lisa Ennor BSc (Hons) DC MRCC
I graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) in 2006. It wasn’t long after my graduation that I joined Homewood and for the past ten years I have enjoyed being a part of the dynamic team that work at this clinic.
I am passionate about updating my knowledge and skills to remain at the forefront of the industry. My continued professional development focuses on learning about and researching new techniques that will enable a broad based treatment regime for patients. Most recently I have completed a number of courses including dry needling, fascia taping and basic to advanced rehabilitation, all of which I use on a daily basis in clinical practice to enhance patient rehabilitation and care.
In my spare time I love being active and take part in a number of outdoor pursuits. As a keen sportswoman, my hobbies include surfing, paddle boarding endurance running and coastal rowing. This love of sport has transferred to my chiropractic work where I currently treat a number of high performance athletes and teams to help support their pathways to Olympic and Paralympics competitions.
Lee Ayres DC, BSc (Hons) MChiro
I graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 2005. As well as my interest in general Chirpractic practice, I have a particular interest in sports injuries in general, but especially the treatment of football and golf injuries. Over my career I have treated a number of professional athletes across a range of different sports and enjoy transferring these skills to the amateur sportsperson. In my spare time I enjoy playing football and golf and run regularly.
Jo Kitchener BSc (Hons) MChiro
Following my first degree in Physiology and Nutrition, I graduated with distinction from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic winning awards for academic excellence and best research project. I was also awarded ‘student of the year’ for 3 years running – the only student to ever do so. I enjoy treating a wide range of people from all age groups, and have a keen interest in sports related injuries and developing plans for rehabilitation, that address the root cause of the complaint. I have a background in sports and have been a member of the Junior Olympic Ice Dance Team and a British and European Wushu Martial Arts Gold medallist. Whilst I no longer compete, I still enjoy training in Tai Chi as well as hiking and swimming. In my spare time I enjoy reading and spending time with my family and 2 dogs.
Carmen Morgan MChiro MRCC
After graduating from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, I was keen to learn and improve my skills for my continued professional development within chiropractic. Having had an interest in exercise and rehabilitation, I enjoy teaching and advising patients how they can look after themselves at home as well as treating them in the clinic. I have had chiropractic care since the age of 12, and since, decided to pursue the career for myself. In my spare time I like to keep fit in the gym and have found a new sport in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, as well as spending time with friends and family.
Nicky, Debbie, Jane, Nadine and Tina … all look forward to making you feel very welcome here at Homewood Chiropractic. We enjoy meeting all our patients, some of whom have been coming here for many years, and will do all we can to ensure that your visit is comfortable and enjoyable. Nicky heads up the Team and is available on the 01329280283 number during office hours.