Treat the cause, not the symptoms 

Peter 

Peter Sawyer 

Doctor of Chiropractic 
Peter graduated in 1989 and has practiced in New Zealand for ten years and then the Midlands since two thousand.  He has hundreds of hours of Continuing Practice Development to ensure he stays abreast of all the latest practices and techniques. 
 
Peter enjoys the daily challenge of practicing chiropractic and is an advocate of leading a healthy lifestyle in order to avoid disease through diet, exercise, chiropractic and the avoidance of artificial substances. 

 

 

Support Staff 

Kate 

Office Manager 
friendly personal and sympathetic environment for our patients. I have supported Peter in practice for 26 years so I am no stranger to chiropractic and our role in improving the health and well being of our patients. 
Brought up and educated in the US with a background in languages, I have lived in France, New Zealand & the U.K. My adaptability is one of my strongest traits and I feel fortunate to have traveled and enjoyed such exciting and diverse cultures. 
For the past 7 years, I have also worked part time in the charity sector for the Air Ambulance Service in volunteer recruitment which is an interesting and rewarding challenge. 
Peter, my husband (and chiropractor!) of 30 years enjoys spending time with our two grown children Leland and Alex. We also love cooking together and traveling as often and as far and wide as we can. 
In my free time I love to cycle, play my ukulele, perform at Rugby Theatre and sing in a local Rock Choir.' 

Michelle 

Chiropractic Assistant 
clients at the surgery. Being someone that understands the strains that everyday life, as well as physical activity, can put the body under, enables her to realise what the client is going through. From a client’s point of view having someone who can empathise ‘because they know’ is a powerful weapon in helping the Chiropractor. 
In her spare time, she takes to the road on her motorbike with her husband Andy. 
Michelle’s primary focus is at our Earlsdon clinic in Coventry but shares her skills here in Rugby. 

 

Chiropractic Assistant 

Kate - Office Manager 

 
I have supported Peter in practice for 26 years so I am no stranger to chiropractic and our role in improving the health and well being of our patients. 
Brought up and educated in the US with a background in languages, I have lived in France, New Zealand & the U.K.  
My adaptability is one of my strongest traits and I feel fortunate to have traveled and enjoyed such exciting and diverse cultures. 
For the past 7 years, I have also worked part time in the charity sector for the Air Ambulance Service in volunteer recruitment which is an interesting and rewarding challenge.  
Peter, my husband (and chiropractor!) of 30 years enjoys spending time with our two grown children Leland and Alex. We also love cooking together and traveling as often and as far and wide as we can. 
In my free time I love to cycle, play my ukulele, perform at Rugby Theatre and sing in a local Rock Choir.' 
 

Michelle - Chiropractic Assistant 

Being someone that understands the strains that everyday life, as well as physical activity, can put the body under, enables her to realise what the client is going through. From a client’s point of view having someone who can empathise ‘because they know’ is a powerful weapon in helping the Chiropractor.  
In her spare time, she takes to the road on her motorbike with her husband Andy. 
Michelle’s primary focus is at our Earlsdon clinic in Coventry but shares her skills here in Rugby. 

Chiropractic Assistant 

Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. ACCEPT COOKIES MANAGE SETTINGS