Laura Deane has been aware of the value and power of regular McTimoney chiropractic care since a young age when it helped her to overcome and recover from both a traumatic physical injury and glandular fever. Since then she has studied humanities to both a bachelors and masters level at university before deciding that her future really lay with chiropractic. As a result she attended the McTimoney College of Chiropractic where she received two awards for academic excellence during the course of her studies and graduated with a first class masters degree. She has also completed short courses in soft tissue release, temporomandibular rehabilitation, biogeometric integration and chiropractic assessment of the child.
Her interest was piqued during the course of her studies, and since, by the regular presentation of patients with undiagnosed joint hypermobility. This is a curiosity she has carried forward into a research project and has influenced her treatment style as she aims to respond to and adjusts her treatment to facilitate the needs of the individual patient. She is also interested in golf and snooker related injuries as well as maintaining a grasp on the ongoing world of chiropractic research. In her spare time she is an avid reader and enjoys keeping active with yoga, running and walking.