Meet the team
Emma graduated from the Anglo-European college of Chiropractic with a Masters degree and went on to gain distinction in her Post Graduate Certificate in Chiropractic Professional Development. Emma now enjoys mentoring new chiropractic graduates working with the Royal College of Chiropractors. She has specialised in providing chiropractic treatment to pregnant woman and babies and has focused and extended her studies in this area, in addition to completing additional qualifications in medical dry needling and myofascial release therapy.
Emma is fully registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association and Royal College of Chiropractors.
MUKESH (KESH) MADHAR
Kesh is the owner of Stafford Chiropractic Clinic. He graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic and spent his final year working in the Chiropractic Clinic treating the general public whilst completing his Master’s degree.
Kesh believes Chiropractic care improves people’s quality of life by relieving their pain, decreasing reoccurrences and preventing future injuries. He enjoys treating people of all ages with a diverse variety of conditions.
Kesh has full registration with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) and the Royal College of Chiropractors (RCC).
RAEON (RAE) MIGNOTT
Rae is an associate Chiropractor at Stafford Chiropractic Clinic. He graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic and spent his final year working in the Chiropractic Clinic treating the general public whilst completing his Master’s degree.
Rae is a keen football player and supports Arsenal. He has a particular passion for sports injuries after having a few himself.
Rae has full registration with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) and the Royal College of Chiropractors (RCC).
Leah graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with a Masters in Chiropractic and is currently completing a Post Graduate Certificate in Chiropractic Professional Development.
Leah’s love of Chiropractic stemmed from personal experience after receiving treatment at a young age. Due to the positive effects that Chiropractic care brought into her life she felt a strong desire to help others and since this time she has enjoyed treating patients of all ages and all walks of life.
Leah is fully registered with the General Chiropractic Council and a member of the British Chiropractic Association.
Judith qualified from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic Clinic in 1996. She worked at Lichfield Chiropractic Clinic until she joined the Stafford team in January 2000.
Judith is particularly interested in the care and treatment of babies and children and extremity problems (e.g. knee, foot and hand). Judith has undergone training in prescribing orthotics (in-soles) and she is registered with the General Chiropractic Council,
Olivia graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic after four years of training to become a Doctor of Chiropractic. With a keen interest in treating a variety of age groups, Olivia has experience in treating patients of all ages from babies to the very mature.
She enjoys using an array of techniques including - spinal and extremity adjusting, massage, soft tissue techniques and functional rehabilitation. Olivia has had further training in dry needling, cognitive behavioral therapy and neuroplasticity therapy.
Olivia is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.
SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST
BSc (Hons) Second Class Division One Sport Rehabilitation, Level 3 VTCT Sports Massage Therapy, Cert. Medical Acupuncture and Diploma in Pregnancy Massage.
Alison graduated from Salford University in 2016 with a degree in Sport Rehabilitation. Since then she has worked with LiveWell Health treating clients covering the wider Birmingham area. She is also working very closely with the CBSO orchestra in Birmingham. While she was at university she worked with Coventry RFC and Salford RFC, where she was invited to offer her expertise as masseur to the teams. Since then she has supported a variety of football teams, where she has been the lead Sport Rehabilitor, for both Birmingham County Football Association (under 18s team) and The Crown FC. In 2017, she worked for the Women’s Tennis Association, when the Aegon Classic Tennis Tournament came to Birmingham, offering her the opportunity to treat some of the world elite athletes. Since graduating Alison has gained further qualifications in Medical Acupuncture and Pregnancy Massage.
SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST
Dan qualified as a level 3 sports massage therapist with Fit4Training active IQ in 2014 and has been working at the Stafford Chiropractic clinic since.
When Dan isn’t working at the clinic, he can be found at the gym or waking at 5am for his early morning training sessions!
He has been a personal trainer for the past 6 years and has been a manager at the gym for the past 18 months. Dan enjoys working with clients on a one to one basis to help them reach their health and fitness goals. Dan enjoys working with clients from all walks of life but has a specific interest in sports, rehabilitation and nutrition.
He is a keen sportsman with a particular interest in football, rugby and cricket, and used to be the sports therapist for Nottingham Forest under 18s and under 21s.
HOLISTIC AND REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST
Jocelyn has been practicing Holistic Massage for 2 years and holds a level 4 Holistic and Therapeutic Diploma. She is currently working towards her Level 5 Sport and Remedial Massage Therapy Diploma with the Massage Training Institute (MTI). Jocelyn also practices hot stone massage.
She has a background in playing and enjoying sport, most recently rugby. She has been providing sport and remedial massage with a holistic twist and she will always look to tailor her approach and treatment to the client.
She believes in treating the person as a whole rather than just their injury or condition and is trying to dispel the “no pain, no gain” theory behind sports massage.