Chiropractors in Burton on Trent
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About

We have dedicated our professional lives to your health.

 

Our story

Cedar Tree Chiropractic was established by husband and wife team Benjamin and Ellen Roberts. Being a chiropractor and a doctor, we have dedicated our professional lives to healthcare and are passionate about improving our patients’ quality of life. 

One of our treatment rooms

One of our treatment rooms

 
 

 

Staff

 
 
Benjamin Roberts

Benjamin Roberts

Principal chiropractor and Co-director

Benjamin Roberts DC LRCC

Principal Chiropractor Ben Roberts graduated from the prestigious Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, receiving his master’s degree in Chiropractic with honours.

Ben is currently a registered member of the General Chiropractic Council (reg 03845), The United Chiropractic Association and The Royal College of Chiropractors, and regularly attends events and seminars to keep up to date with the most recent, evidence based treatments available.

During the 4 years he spent as an associate chiropractor in Stoke-on-Trent, Ben treated a wide range of patients from young children to the elderly and everyone in between. Whether treating a professional athlete’s injury or correcting a sedentary worker’s posture, he enjoys supporting his patients along their journey of recovery and rehabilitation.

"As an enthusiastic teenage footballer, I became very interested in health and wellbeing. Meeting a chiropractor following a neck injury was a revelation for me. As he resolved my pain, educated me on my posture and taught me how to avoid further injury, I realised that a career in chiropractic care was where my future lay.

"I truly believe that the majority of injuries I treat are preventable when given the correct postural and lifestyle advice. I feel privileged to spend my days treating patients and seeing them return to health.”

 

 
 

 
 
Ameema Allana

Ameema Allana

Associate Chiropractor

Ameema Allana DC

Ameema graduated from the Anglo-European Chiropractic College with honours. Alongside treating adults for spinal pain she has a particular interest in treating pregnant and paediatric patients. Prior to graduating she conducted research in infantile colic and regulatory disorders in early infancy, and has experience in promoting breast feeding through a newborn feeding clinic. Ameema joined the Cedar Tree team in June 2018. Ammema is a registered member with the General Medical Council, British Chiropractic Association. Alongside her skills as a manual therapist, she also practises sacro-occipital therapy.

“'I was drawn to the rewarding and facilitating role chiropractors play in restoring confidence and functionality within people's lives after seeing how a chiropractor helped my mum overcome a debilitating back condition.”

 

 
Ellen Roberts

Ellen Roberts

clinic manager and co-director

Dr Ellen Roberts MBChB

Ellen studied for her medical degree at Keele University and since graduation has been working at the Royal Stoke University Hospital as a doctor. This has included experience in women’s health, neurology, surgery, stroke rehabilitation and emergency medicine. She now splits her time between completing her training as a GP in Burton and working at Cedar Tree Chiropractic as Co-director and Clinic Manager.

“Before meeting Ben I had a very limited knowledge of chiropractic but quickly became fascinated by this unique type of care. I had suffered with debilitating headaches and migraines since my early teens. After only a handful of treatments I was amazed that the frequency and severity of my headaches reduced dramatically. Even as a doctor, I am always keen to avoid drugs and medical intervention whenever possible, and for me, chiropractic care is the answer.”


 
Anne-Marie Tilling

Anne-Marie Tilling

Reception Staff

Anne-Marie Tilling

Anne-Marie joined Cedar Tree team in October 2017


 
Debbie Bircher

Debbie Bircher

RECEPTION STAFF

Debbie Bircher

Debbie started working with us at Cedar Tree in August 2017.


 

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