123 Graham St
Airdrie, Scotland ML6 6DE
Phone: 01236 766656
Meet the Team
Born and raised in Australia, Angus has recently moved up to Scotland to join the Maple team as one of the chiropractors in the Airdrie clinic. After first being introduced to the profession by a chiropractor he met during his time living in France; he discovered first-hand the benefits chiropractic treatment can have on people’s overall health. Angus was fascinated by how much a person’s quality of life can improve when alleviated from pain or injury, and decided it was a line of work that deeply motivated him. This inspired him to move to England to study a Master of Chiropractic at the AECC University College. In clinic, Angus utilises a wide range of techniques to effect positive change in his patients, as well as advocating a healthy lifestyle and exercise. Outside of practice, Angus is a keen tennis player and snowboarder, with a passion for travel and cooking.
“We only get one body, take care of it.”
Angus is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and the Scottish Chiropractic Association.
Originally from Germany, Emma has recently moved up to Scotland to be a part of Maple Clinics in Airdrie. Her journey into the world of chiropractic began in her childhood when she competed competitively in athletics and sustained a sports injury at the age of 16. At that point, she learned about a new chiropractor in town who paved the way for her recovery, and her curiosity about this exciting profession was piqued.
Emma went on to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science in California, whilst pursuing her passion for running as a competitive athlete. Her time in the US opened her eyes to the vital role chiropractors play in injury treatment and prevention and the benefits of chiropractic care on a person’s overall health.
Emma furthered her education by moving to England to study a Master of Chiropractic at the AECC University College. There she gained a deeper understanding of the positive effects of chiropractic care on the body.
In practice, Emma likes to combine various chiropractic techniques to achieve optimal results for her patients. Empowering people to enhance their well-being through positive changes.
Outside of work, Emma enjoys keeping active with running and climbing. Additionally, she has a passion for photography and exploring the great outdoors.
Emma is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and the Scottish Chiropractic Association.
Dr. Luke Jeal, D.C.
Originally from England, Dr Luke Jeal moved up to Scotland in 2016 and is one of the Chiropractors at Airdrie Chiropractic. Dr Luke has always had an interest in the human body and how it functions, especially when it comes to healing. At a young age he played a lot of sport and continues to stay active by going to the gym on a regular basis.
Dr Luke likes to look after his own health by eating natural, healthy foods along with regular exercise. He also has a keen interest in learning as much as he can about the human body and ways to optimise it for better health and performance. He is always trying new things to find better ways to help people with their health.
Luke is also a member of the Scottish Chiropractic Association (SCA) and is registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC)
Luke’s favourite quote is “The groundwork of all happiness is good health.”
Nicky has been working at Maple Clinic Airdrie since March 2022. He completed his HND Sports Therpay from City of Glasgow College in 2021.
He first became interested in Sports Therapy after suffering a knee injury which sparked an interest in anatomy and rehabilitation. He has seen first hand the benefits of combining chiropractic care and Sports Therapy. He has previously worked with rugby and football teams which has developed his hands on skills and knowledge.
Outside of work he enjoys keeping fit by going to the gym, swimming and cycling.
Kimberley was one of the first patients to attend Maple Clinics in Airdrie due to severe migraines she was suffering from daily. Since getting the results she wanted and being able to get through the day without interference of a migraine, she knew this was an area of healthcare she wanted to explore further.
She is now able to assist other patients through their health journey and see first-hand the benefits it is bringing to their everyday life. Since Kimberley attended the clinic, she has made some lifestyle changes to include eating healthier and maintaining movement daily.
In her spare time, she enjoys going shopping and spending time with her friends & family. One of Kimberley’s favourite quotes is “what’s for you, won’t go by you”.