Bethan’s interest in Chiropractic began whilst completing a BSc Hons in Physiology at the University of Wales. She graduated from the University of Surrey in 2001 with a Masters in Chiropractic and worked at clinics in Hertfordshire and Surrey before returning home to Pembrokeshire in 2007. Her research whilst studying won her an opportunity to present her research at the World Federation of Chiropractic Conference in Paris in 2001. Post-graduate education furthered her knowledge in Chiropractic Paediatrics and other techniques such as Dry-Needling (a form of acupuncture) and sports kinesio-taping. With the Royal College of Chiropractors, Bethan is a Trainer for newly graduated Chiropractors, offering support and experience when graduates first begin work. She is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.
Being bilingual, it was a natural choice to return to her home county of Pembrokeshire to settle and raise her family where friend and family ties are strong. Her sporting interests have evolved over the years from competing on horses to running races, cycling sportives and marathons. This experience of intensive training has given Bethan an excellent understanding of the demands put on the muscles, joints and mind. Her ultimate achievement for 2015 was to complete one of the toughest events in triathlon – Ironman Wales.
Amy Bowerman MChiro
Originally from Bournemouth, Amy graduated from the AECC University College in 2021 after she was drawn to chiropractic to help people live happier and healthier lives. After being involved in competitive sport from a young age, Amy understands the importance of ensuring the body is in an optimal functional condition and how this can impact everyday life. Amy enjoys treating all conditions to reduce pain, encourage self-healing and enhance the bodies function. She also has a passion for treating young children and babies. Outside of chiropractic, Amy enjoys participating and watching a variety of sports including swimming, rugby and climbing. She also enjoys camping, hiking and reading in her spare time.
Beth Hughes MChiro
My interest in Chiropractic came from my life with horses. I show jump competitively and love to ride and train my horses on a regular basis. I have been very lucky to compete all over the UK at a high level and have represented my country twice, first time at the age of 15, second at 16. My own chiropractic experience was following a training session where I jolted my back. I sought out care from a local chiropractor here in Pembrokeshire. She was fantastic and helped me get back feeling fit and pain free. From this moment I decided I wanted to be able to do the same for others.
In 2015, after graduating, I took up my first associate position with Bethan Ouseley at FCC. This was the most wonderful opportunity for me and allowed me to develop my skills and experience, and become the chiropractor I am today and I am overjoyed to be returning to work with the FCC team after having time off to have my baby boy in 2020.
Sports Massage Therapist, Pilates and Yoga Instructor
Kat has been working at the clinic since 2008. She is a Yoga and Pilates teacher as well as a running coach and uses her unique knowledge of the body in her sports massage work. She first started practising yoga and pilates as part of her daily training as a dancer and physical theatre practitioner over 15 years ago. She qualified in Pilates with Pilates Precision and later trained with Sun Power Yoga to become a yoga teacher. She is a member of Yoga Alliance and has been teaching for 5 years.
As a very keen surfer and a multi-terrain runner on courses from 5km to Ultra-Marathon distances, she began to appreciate how yoga and pilates helped her physically – protecting her back and keeping her body feeling balanced and then the spiritual sense of well being.