About Us | Who We Are

Jayne Brassington Dundee

Jayne L Brassington

Bachelor Applied Science (Clinical Science) / Bachelor Chiropractic Science, RMIT, Australia Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Paediatrics and Pregnancy (DICCP), Palmer College, USA. Masters in Business Administration (MBA), The University of Edinburgh.

JL Brassington graduated from RMIT University, Australia in 2001. Since graduating, JL Brassington has worked successfully in family practices in Australia, Holland, Spain, UK and the Philippines. Currently, evident in the health needs of the area, JL Brassington resides in Scotland where she services the greater Fife and Angus areas at two separate sites. Chiropractic degrees in Australia is a 5-year full-time, which now includes a Masters when complete. Included in the study arena is radiography and radiological diagnosis which enable registered chiropractors to take, analysis and diagnosis X-Ray films.

Natural, gentle, considered techniques are employed at Thorwood Chiropractic Clinic as well as Edinburgh Chiropractic Clinics. Having been a migraine sufferer in the past, JL Brassington is well aware of the emotion, physical and chemical causes of illness. Experiencing the benefits of well-educated chiropractors and their various approaches led her to study chiropractic in order to help those in her community.

In 2008, JL Brassington graduated valedictorian of the coveted International Chiropractors Association post-graduate degree in clinical pediatrics and pregnancy, which is a board exam status in the USA. Having a strong interest in all age groups health, it is imperative to understand the mechanisms of disease, health, wellness and preventable sickness. With more strain on our lifestyles through poor dietary habits, sedentary work environments and relationship stresses, our need for integrative healthcare and achieving best outcome measures are vital. Consequently, chiropractic is the largest growing healthcare group in the world.

 


 

Geoffrey Biarge

Geoffrey Biarge

Chiropractor

Geoffrey grew up in the south-west of France, graduating from the Franco European Institute of Chiropractic (IFEC) in Toulouse.

Geoffrey focuses on restoring function through natural, safe and effective chiropractic care. To help his patients achieve their true potential and balance, Geoffrey treats patients of all walks of life, from newborn to senior to pregnant patients.

His professional chiropractic journey started in the south east of Spain, then continued in the Basque Country, and has finally brought him to Scotland.

Geoffrey continues to expand his knowledge of the human body through fitness and functional movement. He has engaged in sport activity since childhood, as an avid football and later rugby player.

Geoffrey is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the Scottish Chiropractic Association.

 


 

Alyssa

Alyssa Paris

Chiropractor

From the age of sixteen, Alyssa knew she wanted to become a chiropractor. She made her dream a reality and in 2014 she graduated from the Franco European Institute of Chiropractic (IFEC) in Toulouse, France. Alyssa grew up in the South of France in a Franco-Scottish family, with a Scottish mother and French father.

Alyssa is passionate about Chiropractic, because it uses the body’s natural ability to improve health and to reach the body’s full potential. Alyssa customises all treatments to cater to each patient’s individual needs, and therefore to promote their optimal health.

Alyssa’s passion to optimise health led her to engage with the Chiropractic humanitarian organization Kheir d’Afrik in Burkina Faso, Africa, where she cared for patients of diverse backgrounds, gaining valuable experience in treating patients from all walks of life.

Alyssa Paris is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and has been a member of the Scottish Chiropractic Association since 2014.

 


 

Carran Lefever

Chiropractor

Carran started her career in the health care profession as a Sports Therapist, graduating with a degree in Sports Therapy BSc (HONS), from the University of Hertfordshire in 2009. After graduating she worked in various chiropractic clinics as a full-time sports massage therapist. Carran was inspired by chiropractic’s ability to reconnect the power of the nervous system, so she decided to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Carran received her training at the McTimoney Chiropractic College, where she studied the McTimoney method of chiropractic, as well as other techniques, anatomy, x-rays, acupuncture and more.
Carran feels fortunate to have many years of experience as a graduate sports therapist prior to her chiropractic training. She feels that this experience has allowed her to combine chiropractic methods with a range of other soft tissue techniques, increasing her ability to help people of all ages and various conditions, with treatment that is specific to each individual patient.

Outside of work Carran has a passion for CrossFit, yoga, meditation and a keen interest in living a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. She also enjoys testing her strength and stamina through team muddy obstacle races.
Carran loves being a chiropractor and has a passion for helping people reconnect their nervous system from the brain to the body, in order to attain optimal health.