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Wida Botros, Centre Manager

wida_botros.jpgAs centre manager here at ROCK Chiropractic it's my job to make sure that your experience with us is always the very best it can be. Whether that's ensuring you're happy with the care you're receiving to helping you keep on track with your wellness plans, I'm always on hand to help, discuss or just offer support. Additionally, I'm also the clinical assistant, which means I will have a good understanding of your current health profile, and can answer most of your questions any time your chiropractor is unavailable.

Following my graduation in physiotherapy from the Lithuanian Sports University, my career path has led me to the UK, where I managed one of Europe's largest chiropractic and physiotherapy centres in London. During my time there I gained valuable insight into not only the typical health complaints people present, but saw first hand how chiropractic delivers long-lasting health improvements as well as valuable pain relief. Prior to this I had no idea just how powerful a healthcare system chiropractic is. I can honestly say it's changed my outlook on life and health for good.

I'm a firm believer in the power of looking at the whole person, not just the symptoms they're currently experiencing. While you may be suffering from pain only in your lower back, doesn't mean everything else in your body is hunky-dory. A holistic approach is crucial in helping you achieve your full health potential – something that's incredibly important to me.

I love meeting and helping the diverse range of people my job brings me into contact with, and finish each working day with a warm feeling from being part of a positive change in people's lives. If you're planning on visiting our centre, I'm probably the first person you'll meet – and I'm really looking forward to it.



Emily, our health and chiropractic events coordinatorEmily Phillips, Centre Assistant and Health Events Co-ordinator

Being Centre Assistant at ROCK means I’m genuinely excited by the opportunities my work offers - for you and your family’s health as well as my own.

I’ll be your first point of contact when you call or visit our friendly centre, and will answer any questions or concerns you may have about Chiropractic, sports massage or healthy living. I’ve been told I’m an excellent listener! Having benefited from Chiropractic personally gives me a natural empathy for our members, and is invaluable when it comes to explaining what we do to newcomers. It also means I’m well placed to help you plan for and achieve appropriate health goals. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be amazed at the difference Chiropractic makes.

With a background in working with competition horses, I have a unique insight into the importance of skeletal health. A horse with spinal problems can never reach its potential – and it’s the same for us. We may not be carrying jockeys around, but a lifetime of poor posture, sports strain or unhealthy lifestyle can take its toll. It’s my personal aim to help you become as fit, strong and graceful as a racehorse. And, having been far away from home for far too long, it’s great to be back in beautiful Devon.

In addition to being Centre Assistant, I’m also the health events coordinator for ROCK. This means visiting you in your school, workplace or community to organise talks, wellness days, spinal screenings, and more. Whether you’re an educator or employer, the value of a fit and healthy team can’t be underestimated. Be prepared to see productivity sky-rocket and absenteeism plummet. I can’t wait to be part of your organisation’s journey to optimal health.

If you’re interested in Chiropractic, have questions about the centre, or want to know more about our free events, contact me today on 01392 790 499.


  • Dr.
    Sari Botros
    Dr. Botros frees people from pain in Exeter, Devon. As an experienced chiropractor, Dr. Botros is committed to promoting health and well-being for all.
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  • Marina Mason
    'I love coming to work every day and watching them go through chiropractic care. Our patients always leave our office feeling better than they did when they originally came in. Ever since I started working here at Rock Chiropractic, I have been reading and learning as much as I can about how the choices we make affect our well-being. Now I am living a healthier life and can pass my knowledge and experience to others so they too can discover wellness!'
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  • Talia Noble
    'There was a time in my life that I really relied on drugs . . . Dr. Botros taught me that I was not doing anything better for my body by relying on drugs. I learned I needed to get to the root of the problem by finding what was making me feel bad in the first place. I made the decision that I was going to invest in myself and my healthy. Since then, I've been making healthier choices and living a healthier life. I sleep well, have more energy, and living pain free! The investment was totally worth it!'
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  • Maya Moore
    'I have always believed in the alternative to traditional medicine. I never was the type of person to take medications or pop a Tylenol or Advil. Working with Dr. Botros I continue to learn how the body works and what happens when it is not working properly. Now I know that I the potential and power to heal comes from within. I love working with Dr. Botros because he helps me live a more fulfilling life!'
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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:

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Saturday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

Sunday:

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