We have recently gained a new chiropractor at C1. He’s called Oladele Bamisaye, or Dele for short.
This is his bio:
“I have worked for the National Health Service for the last 10 years. However, my interest soon moved into chiropractic having seen the benefits it had on my training, recovery and performance when competing for my athletics club.
I graduated with a Masters degree in Chiropractic at the University of South Wales. I have treated a variety of patients and have grown an interest in treating patients with sporting injuries. I have taken further training in sports taping and dry needling and both of these treatments compliment chiropractic care.
Having competed at national level in athletics, I can appreciate the drive in wanting to compete at your best and chiropractic treatments can help achieve your potential. By tailoring individual treatments and rehabilitation exercises I can help you to achieve your goals.”
We met Dele years ago as one of our patients and we are delighted to have him back here working with us.
He may well be just the right man to see if you are runner, particularly a sprinter, as he has represented Wales in 100m, 200m sprints and 4x100m relay in 2004 and 2007. He also won a bronze and silver medals in the 100m and 60m sprints respectively at the Welsh Athletic Championships 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2012.
So, he knows his stuff.