Suzie Fogden

who is

Suzie Fogden

D.C MChiro

Clinic Director and Chiropractor

Suzie came into Chiropractic with a background of Pilates and massage which she integrates into her style of treatment with her patients.

She has helped many children and families using specific integration of brain development exercises, to help with retained Primitive Reflexes and continues to further her studies in this field of work.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tell us about your career so far

Prior to training as a Chiropractor I spent 12 years as a Sports Masseuse and Pilates instructor at Back In Line. Although I loved this part of my career, and feel it has contributed hugely to my practice today, I wanted to work more specifically with the nervous system and getting to the core of the patient’s problems. After graduating as a Chiropractor I continued to work at the business where 5 years on, I have been fortunate to go into partnership and now run Back In Line alongside Amy O’Connor.

What is your style of practise?

I like to use a variety of techniques to suit the individual and their needs. This includes dry needling, prescriptive Pilates and lifestyle advice. In addition to using diversified adjustments I am also able to use the McTimoney technique after training at the college in Oxfordshire.

What is your favourite type of patient?

The most rewarding times are when you see a patient go from the debilitating pain that they often come to us with, to moving around comfortably again. And of course the many cuddles with the babies that we are lucky to treat! I have completed several Paediatric Seminars, including learning from the prestigious Steve Williams who lectures world wide on the subjects of paediatrics and craniopathy.

What will we find you doing outside of the clinic?

Away from the clinic, you'll find me supporting my children at the many sporting events they take part in. A love for running through the amazing countryside we have has developed in the last few years, made better by sharing it with our crazy cockapoo!