Katie is the owner and principal Chiropractor here at the Chiropractic Centre in Paisley. After graduating from the Welsh institute of Chiropractic in 2015, the practice quickly became her home and she has grown her reputation within the community ever since. She was honoured to purchase this practice from the Fullarton family in 2017 and continues to build it while they enjoy life back in America.
She has a strong passion for working with her patients on their own goals, because there is no one-size-fits-all approach to looking after your health.
Katie has continued her professional development in areas including Applied Kinesiology, Kinnective IASTM level 1, and most recently she has been certified in TPI Medical level 1. She is excited to be integrating the Titleist Performance Institute knowledge with her chiropractic skills to offer any level of golfer a deeper understanding of their body-swing connection. As a keen golfer since the age of 5, this is a natural progression to bring both together in her practice.
As well as golf, she also can be found trail running, at the gym, or practicing yoga in her spare time. Her focus on whole body health and wellbeing is a high priority both in practice and in her personal life.
Donna is highly skilled in various Massage Techniques including Sports, Deep Tissue, Swedish, and the use of Chinese Cups. Since 2002, she has worked with a wide range of individuals; amateur and professional sports people, desk bound workers, parents and grandparents. In 2010 she completed a 12 month contract with a high profile Professional Golfer, in Scotland and travelling as part of his team to Europe and USA.
She has coached and guided people from all walks of life, all shapes, sizes and ages to create a sustainable healthy version of themselves. Donna’s previous career in Hotel and Events Management provides a personal understanding of working long hours in a demanding and stressful environment.
Self employed for almost twenty years now, with lessons learned from many of life’s challenges and adventures, Donna’s skillset is relevant to 21st Century living. It is this life experience that underpins Donna’s unique approach to health and well being
Finn qualified from the prestigious Western School of Massage in 2016, with diplomas in Swedish, Remedial & Sports massage.
His clients include a wide range of individuals: from those with disabilities to professional footballers. He uses a range of massage techniques tailored to each client’s goals, whether this be general well-being, or more specific muscular issues. In his spare time he likes to cycle, train in martial arts, practice playing guitar and enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Ruari joined the Chiropractic Centre in 2017, after graduating from City of Glasgow College with a diploma in Sports Therapy. Over the past year, he has also been working with the SFA as a massage therapist for the referees at Celtic, Rangers and Scotland European games.
As well as progressing in Sports Massage, Ruari has performed at the top level of British Cycling. Merits include 5x Scottish Champion and a silver medal at the British Championships. He is also a runner and has a keen interest in many different sports, having played football, tennis and golf over the past 15 years.
Ruari’s personal sporting experience helps him understand the challenges faced in various sports, however his skills in Massage Therapy go vastly beyond this and he is able to treat everyday aches pains as well as specific injuries.