Vicki Ingham DC, MChiro
I first had an interest in chiropractic through my participation in sport.
I am a keen runner and have been a member of my local running club, Poole Runners since the age of 10 and have competed at county level and in the
This lead to various injuries for which I experienced the healing capabilities of chiropractic care.
I studied at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic and graduated with a Masters degree in 2009. I then went on to work for nearly 2 years in South Wales, then went on to gain fantastic experience after 2 years work in Farnham, Surrey.
I believe chiropractic care is key to maintaining good health and well being.
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Oliver Bolton DC, MChiro, PgCert
I was introduced to the Chiropractic profession at the age of 14, when my Dad received successful treatment for low back pain as a result of his job as a bricklayer.
I graduated in 2008 from the prestigious Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. After running a successful practice in Staplehurst, Kent for 5 years I moved back to Bournemouth to practise in Broadstone.
Like Vicki, I was a keen town and county runner before focussing on football. After playing for the Bristol Rovers and Brighton Academies, I now play more causually with my brother.
Anthony Bolton DC, MChiro, PgCert
After graduating in 2010 with Merit from the AECC I setup in private practice in Bromley, Kent, where I still oversee a thriving clinic. The appeal of moving back home to Dorset to start a family in 2013 was too strong and hence my brother and I took over a practice in Broadstone.
I have a passion for strenth and conditioning and the role exercise can play in helping look after your body. I find this a very powerful combination with chiropractic care.
My other main passion is child development and ensuring that children can achieve their full potential.
When not at the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my family in the great outdoors and try to practice what I preach with regular strength and mobility work to undo the stresses of daily life and playing too much football.