Meet the team

The team at the Uxbridge Chiropractic Clinic is a close knit family dedicated to building a healthier community. Our therapists use a proactive, individualised, natural approach to help you optimise your health, reduce pain and maximise your mobility. 

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Uxbridge Chiropractic Clinic. 



 Dr. Gail Rees-Jones Chiropractor


Dr. Gail Rees-Jones (nee Daly) completed her Masters Degree in Chiropractic Technology in 2005 at the Department of Chiropractic, Durban Institute of Technology in South Africa.  After completing six years of studies she graduated Magna Cum Lauda and was awarded the Dean’s merit for academic excellence.

Exposure to a wide range of sporting fields and their associated injuries (Comrades Two-Oceans ultra-marathons, Mr. Price Pro International World Champion Surfing, Netball , Rugby and Hockey Nationals) has lead her interest in knee problems which often prove positive results from chiropractic care.  Studies done by Gail and her colleague showed that imbalances in the quadriceps muscle of the thigh contribute to knee pain and addressing these imbalances, such as with dry needling, provides significant relief (Daly and Weyer-Henderson 2005).  

Since arriving in the UK, Gail has completed post-graduate studies in maternity and paediactrics, both at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic,Bournemouth and McTimoney College of Chiropractors, Oxford.  Gail has found Cranial Work to be effective in correcting Plagiocephaly/Mis-shaped heads and in providing significant relief from colic-like symptoms.  

Apart from practising as a chiropractor, Gail has previously lectured at the McTimoney College of Chiropractors, Oxford.  She has headed both the Physiology and Imaging & Referral modules and assisted as Technique Instructor.   

Gail is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (No: 02585).  

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 Dr Jaspreet Panesar Chiropractor


Jaspreet Panesar graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth with her Masters degree in Chiropractic (MChiro) in 2010. Through continuing further study and her interest in biomechanics she has obtained postgraduate certification as an extremity practitioner (CCEP) by the council on extremity adjusting.

Jaspreet is passionate about treating the individual, finding out the root cause of her patient's symptoms and working with them to get the body functioning at its optimum. She strives to get her patients to understand their body, providing them with the tools necessary, for them to build upon the work she does to prevent injury and stay at their best. She believes people from all walks of life and of any age can benefit from chiropractic care, using various techniques to treat her patients.

Jaspreet is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.(N0. 03411)

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James Lakin completed his Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) at the Mctimoney College of Chiropractic, Oxford in 2017.

Within education, James took a keen interest in A-level P.E, in particular understanding anatomy and physiology. During this time, James completed work experience with the Royal Marines Physical Training Instructors and Remedial Therapists and from that moment he knew he wanted to pursue a career involving sports injuries.

After finishing his A-levels, James completed a Diploma in Personal Training and Sports Massage and started working in several fitness centres. Whilst working alongside other healthcare professionals, James experienced first-hand how effective chiropractic was and in 2012 he started training to become a chiropractor.

James enjoys assisting patients with many aspects of their health and wellbeing, providing a holistic approach to his treatments.

James is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the Mctimoney Chiropractic Association (N0.04644)

sport Massage Therapists 

 Hannah Luck Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist


Hannah qualified from the London School of Sports Massage with a level 5 diploma in Clinical Sport and Remedial Massage. Alongside the sports massage profession, she is a competitive International Equestrian Event Rider with a personal understanding of how important it is to keep your body working correctly and in a symmetrical way to prevent any muscular dysfunction. Hannah has been on the Junior and Young Rider European team squad and currently training with the Senior 2* European team. Having attended Dr Challoner’s high school - a certified sport and language college, she believes she has a broad knowledge and understanding of many sports having studied Physical Education at A level. Her knowledge is applied in her treatments to enhance performance, rehabilitate/ maintain and prevent injuries and psychologically aid athletes. The remedial aspect of her diploma enables her to advise and help those who suffer from muscular discomfort due to everyday/occupational activities and poor posture. Hannah finds her work is hugely rewarding due to the positive effect sports massage can have on an individual in a short space of time.


 Sharon Burke Chiropodist Podiatrist 



Sharon Burke graduated from the University of Westminister in 1994 having completed her degree in Podiatric Medicine. After completing her studies Sharon went to work for the NHS, firstly with Camden and Islington Healthcare and then moving to Ealing NHS Trust. During 19 years of service there she acquired a senior role within the Ealing Podiatry Department .

Sharon moved into private practice with the Uxbridge Chiropractic clinic in 2008 and has built a thriving business. Since 2014 Sharon has left the NHS to concentrate on her private practice. Having gained 20 years of experience in Podiary she has a wealth of knowledge of conditions such as:

  • Corns
  • Callous
  • Verrucae
  • Thick nails
  • Ingrown toe nails
  • Cracked heals
  • Toe nail cutting service
  • Diabetic footcare
  • Diabetic screening
  • Arthritis

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