Wiebke, a graduate from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, has a professional interest in treating children and the elderly and a background in competitive sport. She’s a chiropractor with a fantastically diverse skillset and an approachable and empathic manner.
Originally from Germany, Wiebke completed her secondary education in Estonia before commencing her chiropractic studies in Wales. Whilst swimming competitively for her local German team she received regular treatment from a chiropractor for headaches, which improved her performance and led to her chosen career!
Wiebke speaks fluent English, German and Estonian; also some French as well as Russian and Danish at a beginner’s level. As you can tell, she has a keen interest in languages and loves to socialise and communicate. Her cheerful, relaxed nature enables her to get on well with people of all ages and all backgrounds, and she gains great personal satisfaction from helping patients get back to their best possible health.
As well as languages, Wiebke still keeps up with her swimming (though no longer competitive!) and also enjoys running and regular gym sessions.
Wiebke’s chiropractic skill set includes spinal manipulative therapy, soft tissue work, dry needling, taping, and stretching and strengthening exercises. Her experience of treating age-related conditions includes ‘wear and tear’, osteoarthritis of the hips and knees, and degenerative conditions that affect the spinal discs.
Wiebke is fully licensed under the General Chiropractic Council, is registered with the Royal College of Chiropractors, and is a full member of the British Chiropractic Association.