The Team

Check us out before we check you over…

Georgina Beckett
Georgina graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) in 2009.

She has completed seminars in a wide range of subjects, from pregnancy and paediatric care to dry needling (western medical acupuncture) and the management of jaw problems. She is registered with the GCC and the Scottish Chiropractic Association (SCA).

In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, swimming, knitting and crochet.
Colin Shearer
D.C. F.R.C.C.
Colin graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 1980 as a Doctor of Chiropractic.

He is registered with the GCC, a member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors. He is a past President and Secretary of the Scottish Chiropractic Association. Colin represented Chiropractors on the government-backed "Working Backs Scotland" public information campaign, and currently represents the BCA as a regional media spokesman.

In his spare time Colin enjoys Nordic walking, playing the ukulele and spending time with his family
Anthony Lee

Anthony graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in 2011.

After graduating he studied Functional Neurology over three years. He has worked in the Scottish Borders and Cheshire giving him experience with hardy farmer and city folk alike. He is registered with the GCC and BCA.

In his spare time he loves to ski, hill walk (occasionally run) and draw.

Neil Cruikshank

Neil graduated in 2009 from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) and has since completed further study in Dry Needling technique and Proprioceptive medicine.

He is from Edinburgh and first experienced the benefits of Chiropractic care after breaking his ankle playing football which led to chronic hip and back issues.

Neil is especially interested in helping patients with chronic problems to get the most out of life and helps patients of all ages.

Outside of clinic, Neil plays golf, badminton and is a keen cyclist. His young daughter and golden retriever Mo keep him very busy.

Suzanne Peden

Suzanne trained with Premier Training and graduated with a diploma in Sports and Swedish massage in 2004. She has since trained in Hot Stones Massage with LaStone Therapy and has also  practiced as a  Massage Therapist  in France and Greece.
Suzanne believes that everyone  can benefit from massage; she has worked with people of all abilities and will treat you according to your needs, whether it’s for relaxation or to treat a problem area.

Jacqui Malloy
Jacqui is the most recently acquainted staff member with chiropractic care, however, she is already seeing the benefits!

In her spare time, she loves hill walking, sailing and painting.

She is also our resident expert on Mull and the Hebrides if you need any tourist tips.
Pamela Dunbar
Pam has been working alongside chiropractors for over 20 years!

In her spare time, she enjoys walking her dog MJ and keeping her brain trained with Sudokus and crosswords.

The thing she loves most about working in the clinic is working in a positive environment that helps people to stay well.
David Simpson

David first discovered Chiropractic over 20 years ago when he suffered a back injury playing sport. He still enjoys the benefits today.  In his spare time he watches rugby (and sometimes enjoys it!) and runs a pub quiz.