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Dr. Sari Botros

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As principal chiropractor at ROCK Chiropractic Health Centre, it's my mission to inspire and educate the vibrant community here in Devon toward better health and wellness. After many successful years practising in both Canterbury and Hampton Court, I've settled in Exeter with my wife where together we have established ROCK. Our centre is based in an historic 500-year-old building on Exeter's atmospheric quayside.

Following my graduation from the prestigious University of Kent’s biomedical science degree, I went on to study an integrated chiropractic masters in Wales. I also completed extensive postgraduate training focusing on spinal biophysics/postural correction, paediatrics, neurology, radiology, TMJD and wellness based health care. I have been – and continue to be – trained by some of the most highly respected hands and minds in the field, strongly emphasising the specificity and accuracy of adjustments in my practice.

When someone attends our centre with a health issue or symptom, my main goal is to find the primary cause of the problem, and to address it through specific spinal adjustments, spinal traction, rehabilitation and education. I always aim to elevate that person's health to a much higher level than when they first came in. During each session I explain and demonstrate how important proper spinal alignment is for full body health and wellbeing, as well as for pain relief.

While I am always guided by my Chiropractic training, I never take my focus away from the person in front of me. It’s my job to help that person achieve their fullest health potential as quickly and compassionately as possible.

The original definition of doctor is teacher, and I take that role very seriously. I strive to educate everyone I meet so that they can achieve their true health potential.




Dr Hayden Lancaster

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As associate chiropractor at ROCK chiropractic my passion lies in enhancing the lives of the community through promoting spinal health and wellness.

Growing up in Devon surrounded by our countryside and beaches I became an avid runner and surfer. While surfing it is easy to see how amazing life is; but to experience an amazing life we must experience amazing health. This is why chiropractic is a strong passion of mine.

Following completion of my integrated masters in chiropractic I was fortunate enough to join the team at ROCK chiropractic; a principled centre dedicated to helping the people of Devon express amazing life through finding and fixing the cause of poor-health.

Although it is obvious to many that our spines are vital in allowing us to move and pick objects up without discomfort; few realize that our spine along with our brain (central nervous system) regulate all that happens within our body. My focus is therefore on ensuring that the spine is as healthy as possible. As such I have attended seminars with leaders in the profession to make certain that the best adjustment possible is delivered every time to every area that it is needed.

New Members Receive £50 off Initial Consultation, Examination & X-Rays (if needed)

Office Hours

Monday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Tuesday:

Closed

Closed

Wednesday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Thursday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Friday:

Closed

Closed

Saturday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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