Dr Emily Mason BSc (Hons) MSc (Chiro) DC
(DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC)
Emily Mason established her thriving chiropractic practice in Fulham in 2006, and in 2016 she opened her second practice in Four Marks, Hampshire. Emily practices in both the Fulham chiropractic clinic and the Four Marks clinics weekly.
Emily treats all ages from newborn babies to the elderly and from pregnant women to professional athletes. Her chiropractic care programs include health and lifestyle management, nutritional advice and exercise rehabilitation. Emily is dedicated to providing outstanding chiropractic care and wellness opportunities to all who seek to maximise their true health potential and maintain their long term wellness.
She graduated from The Anglo European College of Chiropractic with a BSc Honours and Masters in Chiropractic in 2002 and gained her Doctor of chiropractic DC in 2003. In 2011 to 2013 she set up a successful satellite clinic in the City of London treating city executives. Emily works alongside and within large corporations providing chiropractic to employees, keeping staff at work and in great health, promoting the “back to work campaign.” She has extensive training in nutrition, fitness and exercise rehabilitation and maintains an active interest in the latest research and trends in all areas of health, sport and fitness.
In 2007 she gained the advanced qualification in Sacro-Occipital Technique requiring three years post graduate study and 100 hours of seminar attendance.
Emily’s passion is to promote and guide every individual towards positive health and wellbeing naturally, using a wealth of techniques including Sacro-Occipital Technique, Craniopathy (cranial technique), Diversified, Gonstead, Toggle recoil, Activator, Kinnective, Trigenics, Active Release Technique (ART), Applied Kinesiology, BEST/Access, functional nutrition and exercise rehabilitation therapy.
Emily travels throughout the UK and Europe teaching chiropractors and students chiropractic care and techniques for pregnancy and paediatrics.
She has written several articles for various publications including The National Childbirth Trust, Families Magazine and Little Style Book. She was the “Ask the expert” for SportSister magazine, and ergonomics adviser for ‘People Moving and Handling’ DVD for Health and Safety Group.
Emily is a registrant of The General Chiropractic Council, a member of The British Chiropractic Association, The European Chiropractic Association and The International Chiropractic Paediatrics Association. She is licentiate member of The Royal College of Chiropractors.
My interest in health and nutrition started 15 years ago. I didn’t like the way I felt or looked so I decided to make a change. A simple statement but a long journey.
Conventional ‘diets’ failed, so instead I started reading about healthy eating. The more I read, the more inspired I became to change my own eating habits. The better I ate – the better I felt, I had bags of energy, my mind was clear I slept well at night and the weight I lost seemed like just a side effect.
Having taken the plunge to follow my passion I am now in the field of functional nutrition and a qualified nutritionist/ dietary educator, registered with BANT and the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) . I provide advice on how to eat, often overlooked, and what to eat to meet your daily nutrition requirements. I also, if required, analyse what you are eating, and explain how this may be playing a part in the symptoms you are experiencing. We are all unique, our genes also play a role, so what is good for Susie sitting next to you might not work for you – I get that!
The functional nutrition field looks to alleviate your symptoms by uncovering and understanding the root cause of these and using the diet to treat the root cause. Food is medicine, and my number one tool for creating the vibrant health you deserve.
As a wife and working mum I’m passionate about what I do for myself and my family and there’s a pretty good chance I can relate to where you’re coming from.
My Service Offering
Knowing is not the same as doing – to make dietary and lifestyle changes stick you need to find what works for you. We are all different, lets embrace it. When you choose to work with me I will help you to find the right balance, provide you with tailor made advice to suit your lifestyle, budget and taste buds! The journey to change is exactly that – it’s a journey and in my experience travelling with others can make the road easier.
Want to make a change, but unsure where to start?
Book a 20-minute consultation with me. There’s no obligation but you will definitely get some ideas of areas that could be worked on. If you are keen to go further, then the process I think works is simple. Complete a 5-day food diary and health questionnaire along with your first full consultation.
Prices: £150 for a dietary analysis and feedback session (1 hr)
£100 – initial consultation if you do not take the dietary analysis option (1h)
£55 – follow up sessions (30 mins)
Agnieska qualified with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy in Poland in 2018 where she started practising a Physiotherapist, and then moved to the UK in 2020 to further her career and skills, she is currently able to practise as a Massage therapist whilst attaining her registration to practice in the UK. During her post graduate practice in Poland, Agnieska treated a range of musculo-skeletal conditions including those related to degenerative diseases, work related injuries, sports injuries and rehabilitation, post-surgical rehabilitation and educated her patients who ranged from children to the elderly, athletes to post operative.
Alongside her physiotherapy training she has attained qualifications in Fascial manipulation by Stecco, Trigger Point therapy and Kinesiology taping.
Sports Massage Therapist
Antonia qualified as a sports massage therapist and personal trainer from Premier training in 2008. She has qualifications teaching mat Pilates and as a Performance Matrix movement specialist. Antonia is able to identify weak links and dysfunctional movement patterns in the body that might be contributing to poor posture, chronic aches and pains and poor sports performance.
Antonia likes to work with her patients to achieve their goals and resolve their conditions through strengthening and toning the body, stretching and releasing tight, restricted muscles to retrain posture and improve joint mechanics and stability.
Antonia provides sports massage in our Fulham clinic. She has eight years of clinic experience and works on Wednesdays 4pm-8pm and Fridays 12:30pm-4pm.