Hazel Mellars DC
graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth with a distinction in MSc Chiropractic. In 2016 Hazel completed the IAVC Essentials of Veterinary Chiropractic course successfully and in 2019 she became an IAVC instructor.
Statement: “I experienced first-hand the difference chiropractic treatment could make on my body after a fall in my early 20’s which left me with whiplash and headaches. I realised chiropractic was a career I had to pursue, and how helpful it could also be for our four-legged companions. Chiropractic has helped me treat patients from all walks of life - from young to the elderly, athletes, horses, dogs, cats, and even alpacas! It is my conviction that chiropractic can improve our performance, health, and quality of life. With every patient, whether animal or human, I give my best and provide honest care. I enjoy a challenge and like to keep myself busy. When I'm not treating patients, I enjoy horse riding, cycling, or curling up with a book.”
Hazel’s passion is horse riding. She has done many types; Portuguese working equitation, dressage, jumping, and endurance.