Maple Chiropractic Clinics
123 Graham St
Airdrie, Scotland ML6 6DE
Phone: 01236 766656
Meet the Team
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.”
Dr. Natasha Reid, D.C.
Natasha has always had a keen interest in understanding the human body and enjoys aiding people’s healing process through natural means with chiropractic and helping people keep well once they get well.
She strives to live a healthy lifestyle through the gym, yoga and experimenting with whole/plant based foods.
Natasha is also a qualified animal chiropractor as she believes that all spines should be checked at least once in their life.
Natasha is a member with the Scottish Chiropractic Association and registered with the General Chiropractic Council. Natasha’s favourite quote is: “You can’t change the fruit without changing the root”.
Ross qualified from the City of Glasgow with a Sports Therapy Diploma in 2015 and went on to study Sports Science Degree at UWS. After qualifying, Ross went on to own his own clinic in Glasgow’s west end working with local football clubs . He spends his time between Maple Clinics, Airdrie and Rangers FC, currently working with the youth academies at Murray Park.
At maple clinics, Airdrie, Ross specialises in the the injury rehabilitation of patients using techniques such as IASTM Tools, Cupping Therapy, Sports massage, Kinesio Taping and Dry needling.
Ross loves being a sports therapist at Maple Clinics because of the team spirit and high energy within the clinic. He loves seeing his patients progressing through the stages of rehabilitation.
Ross is a keen hill walker and loves to climb Scotlands munros in his spare time along with skiing holidays.
Ross’s favourite quote is “hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard enough”