Nayia Drousiotou MChiro, B Sc. MA


BSc Physical Education

MA Adapted Physical Education


I was born in Cyprus and my interest in Chiropractic started when I was 16 Years old. I was playing in the National Vollyball team when, during a tournament, I sustained an injury which left me paralysed and unable to move for 2 hours.  A German Chiropractor who was present treated me which relieved my paralysis.  From that day on I have always wanted was to become a Chiropractor and to be able to  help people with my hands (which is what Chiropractic means in Greek).  I have a Masters degree in adapted Phyical Education and worked in this field for 17 years before finally realising my dream to study Chiropractic.


Since graduating from The Welsh Institule of Chiropractic, I initially worked as an associate Chiropractor in Newcastle, before coming to Cirencester to pursue my postgraduate study in SOT.


I continue with my postgraduate studies and I am a Member of the Paediatric Faculty of the Royal College of Chiropractors. I have attended seminars in Paediatrics and Pregnancy, Kinesiotaping, Graston, Dry needling, Gonstead technique and Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT).  I have attained certification in Activator technique and am now studying with the Clear Institute.


My passion for Chiropractic spurs me on to learn new treatment techniques since I believe that the more technical tools that I have the more people I will be able to  help.