Rob is interested in all areas of chiropractic and general health, but has a passion for helping those with the increasingly common everyday work related injuries/problems, athletes (any level wanting to get or stay fit) and generally discussing simple everyday ways of keeping healthy.
Rob enjoys all sports and first saw a chiropractor himself as a teenager with a rugby injury. Since then he has had an interest in chiropractic and how the human body functions. He has enjoyed treating a wide selection of athletes, from those who compete at an amateur level to those representing Great Britain at world championships, covering a range of sports from GB rowing to premiership rugby to heavyweight boxing to ultra-marathon running. Chiropractic care is regularly used to help speed up recovery from injuries (sports and everyday injuries) as well as being beneficial for injury prevention and performance enhancement.
Rob has been involved with Chiropractic research, winning two national awards in 2005 for his undergraduate research and has since published a paper on orthopaedic testing in the peer reviewed Journal of Chiropractic and Osteopathy, which has since been re-named as the Journal of Chiropractic and Manual Therapies. He is hoping to develop an on-site research element to the Melksham Family Chiropractic Centre with regards to the benefits of chiropractic care and a wellness lifestyle.