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Nottingham Chiropractor Team

Dr. Bryon Sanders (Chiropractor)

I Chose Chiropractic Care through Desperation

dr-bryon-newI became a chiropractic patient in my early 30’s.  At that time I worked as a Valuation Surveyor in West London and covered around 45000 miles a year in the car.Gradually I developed low back pain and neck pain and already experienced headaches from the age of 10 after head trauma.

I felt great relief from my chiropractic visits, so much so that I decided on a career change and enrolled on the 5 year full time course at the AECC in Bournemouth.

The Benefits of Chiropractic Are Important

I see chiropractic as a way to utilise the bodies own healing capacity which works amazingly well when many other approaches have failed.

Often results are very rapid, but sometimes can be slow when it takes time and persistence to get to the desired outcome.  In these cases patience will get you there and the benefits will be lasting.

Dr. Marc Sanders (Chiropractor)


Marc followed in his father’s footsteps and became a chiropractor after receiving chiropractic care for sports injuries from mountain biking. He has a focus on sports injuries and improving performance, to allow you to return to doing what you love to the best of your abilities.

Marc has previously worked with GPs at Christchurch Grove Surgery, helping NHS patients receive optimum care for their musculoskeletal complaints. As part of the collaboration with the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, he has worked with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 Team to provide injury prevention screening for the pit stop crew. Marc has also built his experience in treating sport injuries by working with Bournemouth Athletics Club, Zoom Triathlon Club, and Bournemouth University sports teams.

He graduated at the top of his class (valedictorian) from Bournemouth University with an MSc in Chiropractic with Distinction, receiving the Hugh Gemmell Memorial Scholarship and the Arthur Scofield Memorial Award for academic excellence, and having the top marks in his year for 5 years in a row. Prior to this he gained a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of York, where he received the Oxford University Press Achievement in Biosciences Prize and published two scientific papers on anti-malarial drug research.


sueSue is the Clinic Co-ordinator and takes responsibility for supporting the team to ensure the patients receive an outstanding customer experience and the clinic runs effectively at all times.

Sue has 42 years’ experience in Finance and Banking, which also included 10 years’ experience of People Management, she has mentored many employees through to management level. Sue is keen to learn more about the benefits of Chiropractic treatments and draws knowledge from Dr Sanders and chiropractic publications at every opportunity.

Outside of work she loves spending time with family and friends, regularly visits the gym and is a keen developer of tasty healthy recipes.


sophieSophie is a Clinic Assistant at Nottingham Chiropractor and is the first point of contact for all our regular and new patients. She is always on hand to help and hopes that all of our patients, when visiting the clinic for their adjustment, enjoy the friendly and welcoming atmosphere we provide (including the smell of fresh coffee).

Sophie’s previous role was as a Personal Assistant working in a busy private medical clinic, she has great organisational skills, and strives to always pay attention to detail. She is local to Ruddington village and can always recommend a place nearby to have a drink and a slice of cake!

In her free time she manages websites; specifically the social media and administration for a company which focuses on developing enterprise and employability skills for young people, she also attempts to train her beloved puppy Teddy and can often be found walking around the country park.

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