Doctor of Chiropractic

Health and fitness are very important to Carran and this ultimately brought her to Chiropractic care.

Carran started her career in the health care profession as a Sports Therapist, graduating with a degree in Sports Therapy BSc (Hons), from the University of Hertfordshire in 2009. After graduating she worked in various chiropractic clinics as a full-time sports massage therapist. Carran was inspired by chiropractic’s ability to reconnect the power of the nervous system, so she decided to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.
Carran received her training at the McTimoney Chiropractic College, where she studied the McTimoney method of chiropractic, as well as other techniques, anatomy, x-rays, acupuncture and more.

Carran feels fortunate to have many years of experience as a graduate sports therapist prior to her chiropractic training. She feels that this experience has allowed her to combine chiropractic methods with a range of other soft tissue techniques, increasing her ability to help people of all ages and various conditions, with treatment that is specific to each individual patient.

Outside of work Carran has a passion for CrossFit, yoga, meditation and a keen interest in living a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. She also enjoys testing her strength and stamina through team muddy obstacle races.
Carran loves being a chiropractor and has a passion for helping people reconnect their nervous system from the brain to the body, in order to attain optimal health.