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Niko Skobris, Doctor of Chiropractic   Niko Skobris (Doctor of Chiropractic)

MSc (Chiro)

I was born in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. I grew up in a small town in Northern Ontario close to the great lakes called Manitouwadge. I graduated from the University of Western Ontario located in London, Ontario, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology back in 1998. Chiropractic had always been a subject that has fascinated me since my high school years, so following my degree I made the decision to continue my studies in the UK at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth. During this time I discovered the diverse methods and systems of healing that can be incorporated into Chiropractic treatment and I graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2002.

I was given the opportunity to work at the Family Chiropractic & Physiotherapy Centre as a new graduate. While practicing I have expanded my techniques of healing with an entirely holistic approach. No two bodies are the same, despite many patients suffering similar complaints, so I always ensure each patient I see is treated as unique and their treatment is tailored to the individual. I incorporate a wide and diverse range of approaches to Chiropractic care and have continued my studies with Sacro-occipital techniques, neuro impulse techniques, muscular active release techniques and applied kinesiology as well as the more traditional manipulation techniques.

My patients are always given a clear description of the causes of their ailments as well as information about how I will treat them, and how they can avoid the symptoms re-occurring. Away from the practice I enjoy Ashtanga Yoga, weight training, team sports and running. I travel regularly to my families native Greece, and enjoy visiting friends and family around the world – especially if they live somewhere sunny!


BSc Biology, 1998

Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from AECC Bournemouth, 2002

Professional Membership:

General Chiropractic Council (01854)

British Chiropractic Association