145 Main Street
Uddingston, Scotland G71 7EN
Phone: 01698 692215
Meet the Team
Kai has recently made the exciting move to Scotland to join the esteemed Maple Team. A graduate of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, his journey into chiropractic care began at the age of 17, sparked by a knee injury that introduced him to the transformative power of chiropractic and sports therapy.
As he began a course of regular chiropractic visits, Kai witness first-hand the benefits of chiropractic. Not only allowing him to maintain an active lifestyle, but also significantly enhancing his performances in Triathlons. This experience ignited a passion for human physiology and rehabilitation, leading him to pursue his master’s degree in chiropractic at AECC in Bournemouth.
After chatting with Kai, you will sense the passion he has for chiropractic and his genuine dedication to promoting a healthy lifestyle!
He is a registered member of the General Chiropractic Council and the Scottish Chiropractic Association.
Born in Canada from South African descent, Dr. Ahmed Khamissa moved to Scotland in 2023 after completing his chiropractic degree at the Durban University of Technology in South Africa. Chiropractic has always played a major role in Ahmed’s life as his father is also a chiropractor who treated him regularly. From a young age, Ahmed was interested in pursuing a career in chiropractic, especially after witnessing many patients improving under its care. He tries to learn as much as he can about the various techniques and methods available to improve people’s health and function and achieve the best results.
Ahmed can work with people of all ages and professions as his research focused on joint damage and he has also worked with many types of athletes. His interests outside of his career lie in fitness, football, golf, running, gardening, reading and socializing with his friends.
Ahmed is under the process of completing his Test Of Competence (TOC) which will allow him to register with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and become a member of the Scottish Chiropractic Association (SCA).