All our Chiropractors are McTimoney trained, offering you a low force adjustment technique suitable for all ages. McTimoney Chiropractors check and subtlely adjust bones of the skull, thorax, spine, pelvis and limbs, relieving tensions throughout the entire structure. It is the gentleness of the technique and the treatment of the whole body that distinguishes the McTimoney technique from other manipulative methods.
Frank Loftus D.C. MMCA
Having farmed after leaving school, Frank retrained in his late 40's as a chiropractor (McTimoney approach). He began practising in his own home, and has been running the Rose and Crown Clinic for the last 20 years. He loves walking and studying philosophy.
Anne Hext BSc (Hons) Chiro
Anne first worked in the Health and Fitness industry, and specialised in remedial support for two years. As a sports enthusiast, she suffered injuries that needed chiropractic attention. This inspired her to follow her calling in chiropractic, completing five years study and gaining a first class honours degree.
Emily Van Wyk Bsc (Hons) Chiro
While completing her BA in Classical Studies, Emily had a fall while out riding and needed chiropractic care. She went on to finish her degree in Classical Studies before training as a Chiropractor. Emily has a particular interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation. She enjoys all sports and continues to be a keen horse rider.
Shona Loftus Dc, MMCA
Shona qualified in 1998 and practiced at the Rose and Crown for two years before moving to work and live in Exeter . Now her children are at school she has returned to the clinic to work on Wednesday.
Steve Rule BSc (Hons) Chiropractor
Steven originates from cornwall, from there he moved onto study a Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham. His science degree led to Steven bring offered a place studying Chiropractic at the McTimoney College, Oxford. He uses his own successful blend of chiropractic techniques and dry needling. He now lives in Combe Martin and enjoys taking his boat out with his family.