Who is 'The Woodstock Chiropractor'?
Doctor of chiropractic, Matthew scroggs
Matthew Scroggs qualified from the world renowned, Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, Dorset in 2010. Since then, Matthew has treated thousands of patients, of all ages, across 12 different countries and has a strong reputation in elite sport, ranging from Formula 1 to professional rugby, premiership football and international polo.
Matthew’s chiropractic journey began under the auspices of local chiropractor, Dr Rupert Molloy. After suffering a rugby injury whilst he was a pupil at the Marlborough school, Woodstock, Matthew first met Rupert.
“After injuring my shoulder and in a great deal of pain, I saw Rupert at his clinic in Woodstock. Thanks to Chiropractic I soon recovered from my injury but remained intrigued and curious to find out more about chiropractic”.
Aged just 15 years old, Matthew began regularly observing treatment at the clinic in Woodstock to learn more about the science and art of chiropractic.
“Rupert quickly became my mentor and friend and my decision to become a chiropractor was firmly made”.
After leaving the Marlborough school, Woodstock, Matthew embarked upon a three year BSc (Hons) degree in Human Biology. Following this, Matthew studied for a further four years at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Bournemouth, to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.
In between clinical postings Matthew returned to the clinic in Woodstock working as a chiropractor where it was first introduced to him.
His growing reputation led to him being invited to join Williams Formula 1 team in 2013. Matthew worked as head of human performance for Williams F1 and travelled the world developing the teams healthcare and performance.
"Traveling the world working with cutting edge technology and F1 drivers has been excellent. I'm thrilled to be re-establishing a chiropractic presence in Woodstock-where it all began!".
When not at the clinic in Woodstock or presenting health seminars in the local community, Matthew is often found trackside at sporting events where he continues to provide consultancy to a number of F1 drivers and other elite sportsmen and women.
Outside of clinical practice, Matthew leads an active life and enjoys a number of sports and fitness activities including rugby, climbing and running-Matthew and his (turbo) wife, Lucy recently completed the London Marathon for charity-Lucy was a little bit quicker!