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Chiropractors and Osteopaths of

The Chirohealth Clinic


Chiropractor Scunthorpe, Julia Pullin

It’s powerful and exciting
Julia Pullin

“I change people’s lives by not just getting rid of their pain but by making them feel great again! I consider myself privileged to make such an impact on my patients lives.”

Julia’s passion for Chiropractic began at senior school around the age of fourteen. After meeting a chiropractor and observing him in practice, she saw her vision of becoming a chiropractor and running her own clinic. The great results her patients have had have resulted in not just one but two modern, national award winning clinics.

Julia and her partner Spencer founded the Lincoln branch of The Chirohealth Clinic in 2002. Following its phenomenal success, the Scunthorpe chiropractic clinic was opened in 2005. However, in 2010 the Lincoln clinic was sold so that they could focus all their efforts on just one location. Julia and Spencer work hard to continuously ensure the standards of the clinic are ever improving yet maintains the personal touch of a small hands on practice.

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“I have had the great fortune of having Spencer by my side supporting and assisting in the development of both clinics. Spencer has been the full time clinic manager since August 2006. He now knows why our Chiropractors are so enthusiastic about what they do because he gets to see all the happy patients in the clinic”.

She graduated in 1997 from the prestigious Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) with BSc(Chiro). She is a member of the United Chiropractic Association, the College of Chiropractors and as with all legitimate chiropractors, is registered with the regulatory body, the General Chiropractic Council.

Since starting clinical practice, in order to provide ever-higher levels of patient care, Julia has attended courses taught by world class practitioners. She aims to exceed your expectations in health care, helping you achieve clearly defined health goals without the use of drugs or surgery.

Julia keeps herself healthy and fit with regular Chiropractic treatment and going to the gym. “Your spine needs regular check-ups, just like a car or your teeth. Regular care and maintenance along with exercise will keep you at your peak for many more years”.

She lives with Spencer, their son Clarry and her 6 white crested ducks!

Chiropractor Scunthorpe, James Noble


“I wanted to be part of a profession that could ease pain so efficiently without the use of medication or surgery.”

“After 7 years of competing at a high level of gymnastics I thought my sporting days were over.” A gymnastics injury left James with severe pain in his low back and he was referred to a local football team physio. “He took one look at me and declared that a chiropractor was what I needed. After just one treatment my pain was dramatically reduced and I was so impressed that I questioned the Chiropractor all about it. I wanted to be part of a profession that could ease pain so efficiently without the use of medication or surgery.”

Having grown up in Grimsby and with a job that had good prospects, James took the big step of leaving it all behind, attending the University of Glamorgan in South Wales and beginning the four years of training to become a Chiropractor.
“It was a very demanding course but extremely satisfying. I particularly enjoyed the hands on aspects of the degree and treating patients in my clinical year. I’m sure my experiences within sport have given me the determination and strength of character I needed to meet the daily challenges.”

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James provides care that not only treats the cause of the pain that the patient is feeling, but also aims to improve their lifestyle. “I wouldn’t be doing my best for a patient if all I did was treat their pain and send them on their way. The real benefits to my treatment are in the gradual changes we’ll make to your daily habits which will help to prevent a recurrence of your condition.”

James’ hobbies mainly revolve around sport. He has been a national gymnast and a club golfer, footballer and trampolinist. “I now run regularly for various charities including cancer research and guide dogs for the blind, at distances of 10km, half marathon and my first full marathon in 2009 in Blackpool. In April of 2012 I realised a life long ambition which was to complete the London Marathon. However, this was really just another training run for me in preparation for the Marathon Des Sables which I ran in 2013. If you’ve not heard of it before, it’s a 150 mile run across the Sahara desert!”

During his career as a chiropractor in Scunthorpe, James has found that his patients find it easy to talk to him. “I’m a great listener. Give the clinic a call or email me with the link below so we can discuss your specific healthcare needs.”

Chiropractor Scunthorpe, Brandon AuBrandon

“I love being a chiropractor, not just because it gives me a chance to change people’s lives and give them hope, but also because it changed my own life.”

Before I began my four year course at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, I didn’t really know what a chiropractor was! Like many people, I assumed they were similar to physiotherapists and I even considered switching my course because before I started, I think physiotherapy was my dream career.

Brandon’s opinion began to change as his studies progressed and he learned of the huge range of conditions that chiropractic care has helped. He originally thought he’d just be helping people find relief from their back pain, but soon discovered that there was much more to chiropractic than just bad backs!

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I found I could really make a difference to people’s lives whether they’d just started to have problems or had them for many years, and that’s when I realised that chiropractic was now my dream career.

Personally I also got a lot of benefit from Chiropractic even though I didn’t have any symptoms of pain. Back home in Hong Kong when I was young, I had to regularly go to the hospital or medical clinic because I was often sick. However during my four years of chiropractic training I felt I should take responsibility for my health so I could stay well for my career. I changed my lifestyle, ate better, took exercise and of course got regularly adjusted. The only time I had to go to the GP was when I needed to get a medical report so I could register as a chiropractor.

I love being a chiropractor, not just because it gives me a chance to change people’s lives and give them hope, but also because it changed my own life. I intend to help more people by introducing them to chiropractic and showing them that it is not a career that is similar to physiotherapy, but a health profession that can change your life, and make it better.

Chiropractor Scunthorpe, Minji Lam


“From a young age, I knew that I wanted to be part of a profession that could make an impact on people’s lives naturally, without any invasive procedures”

Ever since Minji began her career as a chiropractor, she has been passionate about caring for whole families and especially children, because she believes why wait for the problem to deteriorate when it can be more easily managed when it first appears?

Towards the end of high school, there was a time where Minji was unsure about her career choice, just like most of us at some point. However, she did a lot of research into the different types of healthcare professions, and that is when she decided on chiropractic.

“The profession was virtually unknown among my friends and family, and my parents doubted my career choice, even after graduating from college and applying for universities. I had to do a clinic attachment as part of the entry requirement for university, and fortunately, I was hired as a chiropractic assistant.”

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It was during her time working on the front desk of a chiropractic clinic that she began to see the amazing results that patients were having. Given the opportunity, Minji brought her grandmother along for chiropractic treatment, where she obtained tremendous relief from her long-standing scoliosis issues. Now, all of Minji’s family attend for regular wellbeing care and Minji has never looked back!

In her free time, Minji enjoys baking and cooking which inspires her to travel around the world to experience different food cultures and beautiful scenery. This has sparked an interest in photography as well. Minji also enjoys taking part in charity runs to keep herself active and raise funds for worthy causes, because running is her favourite activity of all.

Chiropractor Scunthorpe, Rosalyn HiewRosalyn

“I believe in being the best you can be and having a great quality of life, no matter what your age or circumstances.”

There were times after finishing high school when Rosalyn felt lost and unsure about her career path although she knew she wanted to help people. She decided to take a couple of months out to observe different health professionals back home in Malaysia and discover the career that was right for her. Eventually, she realised that the only thing she wanted to do was become a chiropractor! “I loved how much help the chiropractor could give to their patients with nothing more than their hands!”

So, Rosalyn began her journey all the way from Malaysia to the UK and completed her Master’s degree in Chiropractic at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. It was an extremely demanding 4 year course, but she really enjoyed learning about Chiropractic and how it influences the nervous system, which she found very inspiring.

“I didn’t know much about the profession at the beginning of my studies but my interest in chiropractic grew and grew throughout the 4 years at university.” This is when she started to understand the importance of taking care of her body and that prevention is better than cure! “I received regular chiropractic care during my training even though I rarely had any symptoms of pain, as I wanted to keep my body functioning at its best.”

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During time away from practice, she loves to travel with family and friends because it’s her favourite method of education! She believes that there is always something unique to learn from every new destination and culture, and that immersing herself in a completely different world is the best possible learning experience.

Tom Smith, Osteopath


“I believe that Osteopathy can be the catalyst to your health journey, moving you from pain to helping you achieve your overarching dreams and or life’s legacy”

Tom’s background was that of a Personal Trainer and Sports Massage Therapist with a career in fitness for over 12 years prior to studying as an Osteopath. After playing rugby union for Yorkshire and North of England, he sustained a knee ligament injury that encouraged him to want to work in professional sport as a physiotherapist.

During his career as a personal trainer, Tom found a niche for himself working with back pain and sports injury clients in the gym setting. After working for a chiropractic clinic in Stanmore in London as a rehabilitation specialist, gaining internships at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and working for Watford Football Club, he realised physiotherapy was not for him.

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In 2006/7 Tom was introduced to the work of Paul Chek who had developed courses for fitness professionals in the area of corrective exercise and rehabilitation, this changed his career outlook forever. The CHEK institute introduced Tom to a more holistic and integrated approach to coaching clients with exercise, lifestyle and nutrition coaching. The higher you progress through the training the more complex it became with orthopaedics, neurology and musculoskeletal testing and rehabilitation. This became the catalyst to further study Osteopathy, especially in conjunction with Naturopathy, the nutritional element of the course.

Tom completed his Masters of Osteopathy and diploma in Naturopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. Tom is also trained in Cranial Osteopathy, Medical Acupuncture and Neuromuscular Therapy.

Since graduating as an Osteopath Tom has worked in private practice as an Osteopath and as a Medical Director at the Centre for Whole Health in Lancashire, home of CHEK Europe.

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