Nash graduated with a Bachelors and Masters in Science which specialised in Chiropractic from Macquarie University in Australia.
Nash says, "It has always been a passion of mine to keep active, healthy and to help others to do the same".
He keeps active by being involved in many different sports including basketball, weight training, running, martial arts, rugby and snow sports at local, district and national levels with roles varying between a participant, a sideline medical officer, or a sports chiropractor.
Whilst playing sport as a teenager he suffered a neck injury. He consulted a Chiropractor and had great results! After that he knew what he wanted to dedicate his professional life to - to not only help people get out of pain as effectively as possible, but to also help them reach their full health potential.
Nash regularly reads about the latest developments in sports medicine, and healthcare and posts them up alongside personal views to his personal twitter account @sportmednews and website www.sportmednews.com. Nash has completed his ICCSP qualification. This post-doctoral sports chiropractic qualification is the standard for treating world and Olympic level athletes as a chiropractor as part of FICS, the Federation of Sports Chiropractors.
Nash is currently on the sideline medical team for the Farnham Knights American football team . He also provides sideline care at high level sporting events locally and internationally including american football, basketball, rugby, running, cycling and more. He recently returned from the Pyrenees leg of the Haute Route where he helped cyclists complete the event
Training, qualifications & experience
Chiropractor registered with GCC.
Additional training in :
Also has completed ICCSP program, the requirement for treating Olympic level athletes with FICS (Federation of Sports Chiropractic).
Registered / Accredited
Being registered/accredited with a professional body means an individual must have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by their member organisation.
General Chiropractic Council
Similarly to both medical practitioners and dentists, the chiropractic profession is regulated by UK law. The Chiropractors Act 1994 provides statutory regulation for the profession and also protects the title 'chiropractor' under legislation.
The statutory regulator is the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) which was established by parliament to regulate and develop the chiropractic profession.
New patient examination and treatment £50
Regular visit £35