Dr Kay Pearce, BSc (Hons) MSc, DC, ICSSD. Doctor of Chiropractic. Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors

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Kay has wanted to be a Chiropractor since she was 14 years old! Even at this age she had the ambition to help improve the quality of lives instead of saving lives. She went on to graduate from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 2001 with an honors degree in human science and a Masters of Chiropractic and worked in two busy Wiltshire practices until opening Maristow Chiropractic Clinic in 2003. The demand was such that expansion was required, and in 2010 the Clinic moved to the larger, current premises.

Kay has a special interest in treating sporting injuries and completed the International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma (ICSSD) in Turin, Italy in 2006 to be a certified sports Chiropractor. In 2012 she was selected as a “Gamesmaker" for the Paralympic games as part of the medical services team. More locally, Kay was the team medic for Trowbridge Rugby Football Club from 2004-2017 where she was responsible for all pitch side first aid and both pre and post match treatments.

Kay has been a European Instructor for Graston Technique and in 2012 was a partner in the formation of Kinnective Ltd. Kay has instructed in and supplied instruments of IASTM techniques to many of the medical team at professional sports clubs such as the Royal Ballet, Cardiff FC and The Welsh RFU.

Kay was honoured as a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors in 2015 in recognition of her continuous work and dedication to improving the profession with a clear focus on self-improvement aimed at providing the very best chiropractic care.

In 2016, Kay completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Ultrasound (PgDip), which is the Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education (CASE) accredited course, recognised by the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS). This allows the clinic to use diagnostic ultrasound to accurately diagnose many musculoskeletal injuries, give a more specific prognosis and provide a specific treatment plan.

Kay has continued to contribute to the care of athletes at major international sporting events, being selected to be part of the Medical Services team at the 2017 IAAF World Championships London and the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

Kay is fully registered with the General Chiropractic Council (no.01280) is a member of the British Chiropractic Association and a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors.


Amanda: Clinic Manager

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Amanda joined the reception team in 2018. She was previously a patient at the clinic and so has first hand experience of being on the "other side" of the desk. She has an interest in interior design and “upcycling” and has recently take up Triathlons.


Joseph Rutter Bsc(Hons), MChiro.

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Joseph graduated from Bournemouth University with a Sports Science degree in 2015. He went on to work at the Bristol Academy of Sport as a Strength and Conditioning Coach and at UK Athletics with GB sprinters training for the Rio Olympics. He worked in Motor Sport for a further 2 years with international drivers competing in Formula 2 and 3. He has experience training athletes in sports including American Football, Boxing, Netball, Golf, Basketball and Rugby.

In 2018 Joe reflected on his career path and returned to University to study Chiropractic to be able to focus on treating as well as training. His aim is to be able to give patients from all areas of life relief from symptoms as well as supporting recovery from injury by guiding the rehabilitation journey.

Joe is fuelled by strong coffee and has a surprisingly small dog called Milo.


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Kinnective

Kay has lectured in instrument assisted soft tissue mobilsation techniques for many years. The Kinnective is a custom designed stainless steel instrument for treating soft tissues which Kay co-developed in 2012. Kinnective Limited manufactures the instruments and runs seminars across the country. Find out more about Kinnective here.