About our team:

 

Helen Mulliner DC

Doctor of Chiropractic MChiro (dist) PGCert (dist)

Helen is the principle Chiropractor at The Woodland Chiropractic Clinic.

She attained her Masters degree from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth, with distinction.

In her final year at university, Helen presented her own research material, regarding chiropractors and their views towards gaining prescribing rights, at professional conferences to Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and Osteopaths. 

Since graduation in 2008, Helen has worked in private practice in Bournemouth, Bromley, Southend, Sevenoaks and Wrotham. She has developed her knowledge and clinical expertise in areas of sports chiropractic, pregnancy and paediatrics, myofascial release, dry needing (medical acupuncture) and Kenesio Taping.

Helen has a particular interest in treating patients who suffer with neck related tension headaches. Having been a chronic headache sufferer herself, Helen has personal understanding of the debilitating symptoms of this complaint. Helen found chiropractic through seeking long term relief from her weekly sometimes daily headaches. She is able to not only give treatment but also proved support and ergonomic advice to chronic headache suffers.

Credentials:

  • Masters of Chiropractic (MChiro) with distinction
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Chiropractic (PGCert) with distinction
  • Registered member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA)
  • Registered member of the General Chiropractic Council (GCC)
  • Dry Needling (western medical acupuncture) Practitioner
  • Sacro-occipital technique
  • Graston technique
  • Rock Tape Practitioner
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • GCC registration number: 02971

 

Saskia Wickenden DC

Doctor of Chiropractic MChiro (dist)

Saskia graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in 2020. Having lived in the local area most of her life, Saskia is looking forward to settling back into the local area and treating patients at Woodland Chiropractic Clinic.

In her final year of university Saskia worked as an intern at the AECC’s outpatient clinic, treating clients with a wide range of conditions, from newborns to the elderly.  Her goal is to provide a high standard of individualised, patient-centred care to help her clients function to the best of their abilities.

Having previously competed in Modern Pentathlon, Saskia has an interest in Sports Chiropractic and the biomechanical requirements of the body to function in different sports.

Saskia became interested in Chiropractic having seen the effect it had on her horse, and since then looked deeper into the human aspect of the profession.  She is looking forward to starting a postgraduate degree in Veterinary Chiropractic to be able to offer horse and rider combination assessment and treatment in the future.

Outside of the clinic, Saskia enjoys caring for and competing with her two horses. She has competed internationally at 10m air pistol shooting and is currently trying to improve her cooking, gardening and DIY skills!

Credentials:

  • 1st Class Masters of Chiropractic (MChiro) 
  • Registered member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA)
  • Level 3 Sports Massage Diploma with distinction
  • Dry Needling (western medical acupuncture)
  • Exercise rehabilitation

 

Laura Manning DC

Doctor of Chiropractic MChiro (dist)

Having recently graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with a first class Master of Chiropractic degree, Laura was first introduced to Chiropractic care after members of her family received regular treatment from Dr Mulliner herself.

During her final year of working as a senior clinician at The Welsh Institute of Chiropractic’s onsite clinic, Laura has treated a wide variety of patients with a range of conditions. Laura is passionate about patient-led care, encouraging patients to take an active role in their care, helping them to be happy and healthy.

Throughout her final year at University, Laura specialised in sport and exercise chiropractic and is particularly interested in how chiropractic care can impact performance outcomes. Keen on a variety of sports herself, Laura captained her university’s Women’s Football 2nd team for two years and is also an enthusiastic cyclist and has recently taken up golf, so would welcome any tips!

 

Carrie Greenstreet

Practice Manager

Carrie is our Superstar Practice Manager and has been with the team since Day 1.

Originally from St Ives in Cambridgeshire, Carrie moved to London to pursue her love of Theatre where she worked at several different venues in the box office. Whilst in London, Carrie developed an injury that made simple tasks extremely difficult and was recommended by a family member to see a chiropractor. After receiving treatment, her quality of life had improved immensely.  Carrie has been receiving chiropractic treatment ever since.

Carrie is involved with several charities and sponsors 3 children living in Uganda which enables them to go to school and encourages their families to become self-sufficient.

Carrie has attended multiple Chiropractic Assistant seminars and is used to answering questions from new and existing patients, so if you have any questions or queries Carrie will be happy to help.

Jules Steel

Massage Therapist (Dip. SMRT)

Jules originally came across Remedial Massage as a way to manage her own tension headaches and migraines, she found that no amount of pills or lying down in a dark room would improve things. Instead, she found that by having weekly massage for her neck and shoulders, this improved her well-being markedly.

Having seen the benefits of regular massage first hand Jules was curious enough about the "magic of massage" to book onto a weekend course to learn a bit more about it. She instantly became hooked and halfway through the first morning of the course signed herself up for a Level 5 Diploma in Sports and Remedial Deep Tissue Massage. Since then, Jules has also completed further courses to specialize in Pregnancy Massage, Hot Stone treatment and Kinesio Taping.