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GCC Reg: 04079
Kamar is originally from Sheffield in South Yorkshire and gained a Masters degree in chiropractic from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2014.
Kamar's goal is to improve the quality of life of his patients and help them maintain that improvement, no matter the age. This not only includes reducing pain, but restoring function to injured areas of the body. Whilst preventative care plays an essential role in his management, he aims to reduce people’s aches and pains, getting them back on track with their lives.
Kamar's first experience with chiropractic came following a sports injury, after receiving treatment he was amazed by how quickly he recovered and subsequently developed an interest in the profession.
Kamar particularly enjoy working with powerlifters, cross-fitters and athletes. Areas of interest include rehabilitative and corrective exercise solutions, especially for those looking to return to activity or recovering from injury. Kamar also finds fulfillment in treating those suffering from chronic pain and has undertaken further education in the management of those suffering from chronic pain at Keele University. However, he enjoys treating all types of injuries and strives to tailor treatment plans to suit each individual patient’s needs.
Kamar prefers to use a multidisciplinary approach to care, using the traditional chiropractic adjustments, applied kinesiology, structural joint balancing techniques, kinesiology-taping, functional rehabilitation, ergonomics, posturology, therapeutic and sports massage and dietary advice.
In his spare time, he enjoys keeping fit by regularly visiting the gym, hill walking, playing and watching football.
Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, Glamorgan
Master of Chiropractic degree
Our chiropractors at Back in Motion are highly trained and professionally qualified. All of our chiropractors are registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC), the statutory regulator for the profession. This ensures that our patients receive the highest standard of care at all times. The Chiropractors Act 1994 protects the title 'chiropractor' and it is illegal to practice as a chiropractor without being registered with the GCC.
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