About Us | Our Qualified Team

Jayne L Brassington  |  Luke Soh  | Gareth Owen


Jayne L Brassington

Dr Jayne Brassington: Fife Chiropractic
  • 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

Fife clinic hours:
Tuesday 10.00 – 13.00

Wednesday 14:30 – 18:00
Thursday 10.00 – 13.00

 

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, Angus and Edinburgh areas at 3 separate sites. Chiropractic degrees in Australia are 5-year full-time, and now includes a Masters when complete. Included in the study arena is radiography and radiological diagnosis which enable registered chiropractors to take, analyse and diagnose X-Ray films.

Natural, gentle, considered techniques are employed at Dundee, Fife, and Edinburgh Chiropractic Clinics. Having been a migraine sufferer in the past, JL Brassington is well aware of the emotional, 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 paediatrics and pregnancy, which is a board exam status in the USA. Through this degree, JL Brassington gained expertise in the Webster Technique, along with other pregnancy and paediatric specific treatments. 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.

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Luke Soh

Chiropractor

Luke Soh was born and brought up in South Korea until he came to Bournemouth, England to study a Masters in Chiropractic. From a young age, Luke was passionate to learn about general health, science and wellbeing and has now successfully become an expert in these matters.

Luke Soh made the decision early on that helping people through providing wellness healthcare was what inspired him most. He studied his Masters in Chiropractic at AECC Bournemouth, a school dedicated to chiropractic care, graduating in 2014. Since specialising he has worked hard to provide the best healthcare to all his patients. He is very focussed on wellbeing and long-term quality of life and is particularly good at dealing with this, starting with diagnosis and acute care. He has joined our practice to further his experience in radiology, paediatric and family care of which Fife Chiropractic Clinic holds leading expertise in. He is particularly interested in postural correction and firmly believes that good posture is crucial in reducing chronic pain and preventing injuries.

Luke Soh practices evidence-based chiropractic care and updates his learning on a regular basis to provide the most effective care plans and advice for his patients.

Since moving to Scotland over 5 years ago, Luke has become very settled within the community and thoroughly enjoys living and practicing here; the people, culture and the amazing natural landscapes that Scotland has to offer.


Fife clinic hours:
Monday 14:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 09:00 – 12.30
Friday 09:00 – 18:00

 

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Gareth Owen

Chiropractor

Fife clinic hours:
Monday 10:00 – 13:00

Tuesday 14:30 – 18:30
Wednesday 10:00 – 14:30
Thursday 13:00 – 19:00
Saturday 09:00 – 12:30

South African born to British parents, Gareth decided to become a chiropractor after working in medical research. While working with a chiropractor, seeing how much they enjoyed their work and actually helping people helped Gareth choose chiropractic care.

Gareth has enjoyed most extreme sports and is no stranger to injury, he has an idea that he should try to live as much as he can, not just as long as he can. He enjoys helping people do what they like to do without discomfort.

He graduated from Anglo-European College of Chiropractic with a Master’s Degree in Chiropractic. He is a Member of the Royal College of Chiropractic.

Gareth has worked as a chiropractor in the South of England and has decided to move to Scotland, as his mother is originally from Scotland.

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