Meet the Team

Our Chiropractor

Mark Jessop BSc(hons) MChiro DC PGCert MRCC (pain)

 

Our Chiropractor Mark is passionate about decreasing the burden musculoskeletal problems are having on our society, with a special interest and expertise in the field of back pain management and spinal pain.

“Pain can have a huge effect on peoples quality of life, empowering people to lead more fulfilling lives without pain holding them back is something that is very important to me.”

Mark has always had a keen interest in science, the human body and sport which led him to peruse a degree in Chemistry and Sports Science that he completed at the World renowned Loughborough University, which is regarded as one of the best in the World for Sport Science.

“This gave me a great understanding of human physiology, it is where I first began to learn the importance of exercise and diet and its relationship to health, it’s what ignited my passion in this area”

Mark was a keen athlete competing at a high level in athletics, winning numerous county championships for both sprint hurdles and 400m hurdles breaking the county championship record at the time.  It was actually an injury sustained whilst training that led Mark to seek out the services of a Chiropractor

“I was really impressed by the knowledge of the Chiropractor and how quickly he got me out of pain and back training again, I was fascinated by the techniques used and as I began to learn a little more about Chiropractic I started to consider it as a career choice. I knew then that is what I was going to do and haven’t looked back since “

After completing his first degree he went on to do a 4 year Masters Degree to become a Chiropractor. In his first year of practice he completed a Post graduate Training Scheme with the College of Chiropractors which led to the recognition of the title Doctor of Chiropractic.

Mark has attended many post graduate conferences and seminars to enhance his clinic skills and tools he has available to help patients. These have included medical acupuncture, McKenzie method of treatment for spinal pain, Therapeutic neuroscience education interventions, graded motor imagery and many others

As well and attending these post graduate seminars and conferences he has completed further University based post graduate qualifications, gaining a distinction for a post graduate certificate in clinical development. He has a strong interest in research and completed an evidence based practice masters module and presented his research at international conferences.

These qualifications led to recognition from the Royal College of Chiropractors accepting him as a full member and also a full member of the specialist pain faculty through which Mark actively participates. He is also a member of the British Chiropractic Association and is registered with the General Chiropractic Council.

Mark has vast experience as a Chiropractor and has worked with Professional athletes, including MK Dons and Lincoln City football teams,  helping them to achieve  optimal performance. However his true passion lies in helping people lead more fulfilling lives without pain interfering. This has led to him developing an educational training academy helping teach people about pain and how they can help themselves.

In his spare time Mark enjoys keeping fit and spending time with his family. He has two Children, Lois and Arthur, who keep him very busy and very entertained! He also likes to spend time in the garden and tending to his vegetable patch.

Massage Therapist- Katie Wright

As well as working at Prime Therapy Clinic Katie has also worked at several triathlon events including the Outlaw Ironman in Nottingham. Although she enjoys doing sports massage on Athletes Katie also loves to see the positive impact massage can have on everyone. Muscular tension and aches and pains can accumulate due to everyday demands from busy liefsyles, not just sport.

“I like to work closely with each client to ensure that they get the most out of their treatment and tailor the massage depending on an individual needs and preferences. Massage can be a great complement to Chiropractic treatment or delivered on its own”

When Katie is not doing massage she works as the clinic manager and looks after her 2 Children Lois and Arthur.