Alex Broomsgrove joins the Skelian Team
Changing Faces - Alex Replaces Nadine
After working at Skelian Chiropractic Clinic for the last few years, Nadine Harrison is leaving to spend 12 months volunteering as a chiropractor for World Spine Care in Botswana. This is a fantastic opportunity for her and an extremely worthy cause. Nadine has been an enormously popular and skilled chiropractor for us at Skelian and she will be sorely missed by patients and staff alike.
However, we are delighted to announce that Nadine's position is being taken over by Alex Broomsgrove, who is a good friend and contemporary of Nadine. They graduated together from the highly respected Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. While Nadine has been working with us here at Skelian, Alex returned to his home town of Bristol where he has been working at The Parker Clinic. This clinic was, until very recently, owned by Clinic Director Stuart Smellie. The two clinic continue to share strong links and hold regular joint postgraduate meetings. Alex has therefore been an honorary member of the Skelian team and will slide seamlessly into Nadine's shoes.
"I am delighted that Alex is joining us in Cheltenham and he will be a real asset to the team. He is extremely knowledgeable and brings an enthusiasm and passion to healthcare that I have no doubt will be welcomed by patients." said Clinic Director, Stuart Smellie.
Alex is registered with the General Chiropractic Council, is a member of the British Chiropractic Association and a Licentiate of the Royal College of Chiropractors. He treats people with a wide range of different ages and backgrounds, and for a vast variety of conditions.
Alex has a special interest in treating athletes by helping them function and perform better. He is an all round action man himself, and whenever he has a free moment he is off enjoying the great outdoors, surfing, rock climbing, and mountain biking. Alex is a strong believer in practicing what he preaches, which is to eat well, move well, and think well to recover from injury, but also to achieve a greater quality of life.