We are committed to improving our patients quality of life, by providing a friendly and professional environment. All TWC chiropractors are all fully qualified, and registered with their governing bodies.
Andrea Howell graduated as a chiropractor from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, following a four-year undergraduate master's degree (M.Chiro). She was lucky enough to begin her career being mentored by the first chiropractors to establish in Wales 40 years ago. Although she enjoyed her time working at the clinics in Swansea, Andrea was keen to practice closer to home and the community she grew up in, so she established TWC in Whitchurch village, Cardiff in 2012.
Andrea went on to complete her Royal College of Chiropractors post-graduate year (PRT qualification), and a University of Glamorgan post-graduate certificate (PGCert) in 'Clinical Excellence', with Distinction. She has since completed post-graduate training in western medical acupuncture (or dry needling), Sacro-Occipital Technique, techniques to treat women during pregnancy, and teaching Clinical Pilates.
She is passionate about the benefits of chiropractic treatment, and finds great satisfaction in helping people out of pain, and improving the quality of individuals' lives. Andrea has had experience in helping a wide variety of patients of all ages and levels of fitness, and has supervised the final year students at the University of South Wales in their clinical year.
Sarah Beer graduated as a Chiropractor from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2008, following a 4 year undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Chiropractic. She has since completed her PRT qualification, and completed post graduate training in techniques to treat women during pregnancy, and to provide western medical acupuncture (or dry needling).
Sarah is also interested in Complimentary Alternative therapies, and has also gained a Diploma in Aromatherapy. Sarah uses this interest and knowledge to reinforce a diversified approach to care.
Amy Baker also graduated as a Chiropractor from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic following a five-year undergraduate masters degree (M.Chiro).
She has completed CPD courses including; Upper and Lower Extremity Adjusting, Fascial Movement Taping and OMT Medical Acupuncture, to broaden her knowledge and skills for the forever developing profession of chiropractic.
Amy always wanted to pursue a career in healthcare, and after her own personal experience of Chiropractic she saw the huge positive effect chiropractic could have on chronic conditions and started her path towards chiropractic.
Amy also believes in the importance and emphasis of exercise and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, along with the use of chiropractic care to help promote health and well-being. Now that she has started private practice, she also hopes to further develop her knowledge base and general interest in treating pregnant patients with chiropractic care.
Katie Thompson MChiro, DC
Katie graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) in 2009 following completion of the MChiro undergraduate master’s degree.
She worked in private practice in SW England for several years. She spent her first few years advancing her skills in gentler techniques such as NeuroImpulse Protocol, Cranial Sacral Technique and focusing on pregnancy and paediatric patients.
She returned to Cardiff in 2015 and became a clinical supervising tutor in WIOC, supervising the 4th year chiropractic student clinicians in the outpatient clinic, whilst also continuing to practice in the area.
She has also completed post graduate training in western medical acupuncture, myofascial release techniques and clinical pilates.
Katie is enthusiastic in helping her patients of all ages to become pain free and functional so that they can resume normal activities and be empowered to live life to the full.
Our Chiropractors are BCA & GCC registered