Dr Elizabeth Williams : Bromley Chiropractor
I have a huge passion for helping everyone, especially children & pregnant mums, to get as healthy as possible through chiropractic care. To me, chiropractic is a natural way to allow the body to heal itself through the alignment of the spine and nervous system without the use of outside influences.
I am American and graduated from the prestigious Life University, just outside Atlanta, Georgia in 1999. I also hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Old Dominion University, in Norfolk Virginia. Since graduating from chiropractic university, I have practiced both in the US and in the UK.
Growing up I was always a “healthy” kid. It was a rare day that I would get a cold or anything serious. I can remember asking my mum when I was little how come I didn’t get sick when my brothers and sisters and other kids around me seemed to. She didn’t really have an answer except to say that I had a different constitution than other kids which made me healthier. I never got a chance to ask our family doctor as I don’t ever remember visiting one. Even now, I don’t get colds but maybe every few years. I attribute this to the regular chiropractic care I receive.
I had several friends who were chiropractors which influenced me to become a chiropractor myself. Previously, I had been working outside Washington DC for a charity and realised no one was happy in their job. It was then that I walked into work one day, quit and the following week I was enrolled in chiropractic university. I have never looked back and never been happier each day to be part of a profession which I truly believe in and love.
Outside the Office
I am married to an Englishman and together we have a black lab-cross that I brought over from America with me when I moved to the UK in 2007. We enjoy many outdoor activities and especially love travelling. My husband often works overseas which gives me a chance to see many parts of the world I never thought I would.
Our health is one of our biggest priorities, so whether it’s going for a run, walking the dog, or doing pilates or yoga, we do our best to incorporate movement into our daily lives. We also makes sure we eat very well (except for the chocolate indulgence) and get regular chiropractic care.
If you are inspired to take action and do something positive for your health please give the office a ring to find out if chiropractic is right for you.