Emma Perkins

Emma Steele-Perkins, BSc DC

Emma has recently returned home to Somerset, having spent a number of years away working and studying.  She became involved in Chiropractic after several horse riding accidents and poor ergonomics at work left her with severe headaches.  A few adjustments later and the headaches were gone, and she found herself signing up to a 5 year chiropractic degree at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic.

Since graduating in 2005, Emma has worked in private practices in London and the South East.  She has a keen interest in pregnancy related conditions and, not surprisingly, headaches and ergonomics.  She did a dissertation on rugby related injuries to the neck and enjoys working with sportsmen and women to help them achieve their ultimate level of fitness.

Emma is also a member of the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association and works on horses and dogs.  A keen horse rider herself, Emma gets great satisfaction in applying her knowledge of human and animal chiropractic to help both horse and rider work together.

Away from work, Emma is Mum to her 1 year old daughter, and if there’s any spare time left after that, enjoys anything to do with the outdoors, especially walking, horse riding and working her dogs.

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