Dr. Megan Hudson-Evans D.C
After completing my Master of Chiropractic, I moved to Glasgow in 2009, which is very different to the sleepy village in Suffolk where I was born and raised. I never knew I wanted to be a chiropractor. It was when I was in Akaroa, just outside of Christchurch in New Zealand, that the puzzle started to fit together and take shape and I've never looked back since.
My career is very important to me and I aim to provide a high standard of care and education to the wide range of clients that I have the pleasure of meeting. The technique I use, Advanced Biostructural Correction, is an exciting and consistent form of body work to improve posture, function and quality of life and I’m excited for you to experience it.
I am a registered Chiropractor with our governing body, the General Chiropractic Council and am also an affiliate of the United Chiropractic Association.
I now have three daughters, the apples of my eye. They are an inspiration to me every day (as well as driving me completely insane!)
Dr. Jonathan Hudson-Evans D.C
I moved up to Glasgow in 2009 along with my partner Megan after completing my Master of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Sport Science. I'm originally from Swansea, South Wales, so Scotland was not so alien to me. In fact, I feel quite at home given the Scottish countryside and I blend in with my own Evans Celtic tartan!
I now have 3 daughters, my pride and joy. I pride myself on being a family man as well as a Chiropractor, and my job as well as my family is very important to me.
Chiropractic to me now is more than just a career. I had an unfortunate event in 2004 which left me with a ‘slipped’ disc and horrendous leg pain whilst studying for my masters in Chiropractic. My regular adjustments not only got me through my education but currently keeps me doing everything I want without hinderence from my past. I have empathy for those who consult with me because I have experienced the pain and debilitation back pain brings with it and I strive to be bring quality to both communities and individuals throughout Glasgow and wider Scotland.
I am a registered Chiropractor with the General Chiropractic Council and am affiliated with the United Chiropractic Association. Fitness has always been a large part of my life, this led me to Crossfit and now to Yoga and advanced movement training to constantly evolve my understanding of the human body and its potential.
I'm a local lass from East Kilbride. I discovered ABCTM under Megan’s care here in the East Kilbride practice when in my mid-20s. From the first treatment I noticed improvements and relief with body issues I struggled with for years, issues that other techniques and health care approaches failed to change. ABCTM gave me my life back and I want to tell the world that life quality doesn’t have to be limited by your body; there is hope and now we understand the body better than ever before, we can fix it!
Inspired by the results in my own body and what I was seeing in those around me, I decided to requalify as an ABCTM practitioner. Today I do what I love and take satisfaction in serving a community that I’ve been part of since I was a girl. My goal is to bring you out of pain so that you can return to the true version of yourself. I feel passionately that there isn’t enough emphasis today on spinal education and can’t wait to share with you small lifestyle changes that have a huge impact on your posture and wellbeing.
In my spare time, my husband Stephen and I enjoy exploring foreign lands and learning about new cultures.
I graduated in 2017 from the Western School of Massage with a Diploma in Swedish Massage and I am now a Massage Therapist based in the East Kilbride Hub.
I originally graduated from the University of the West of Scotland with a Master’s Degree in I.T. and was working as an I.T. professional until 2014 when I was diagnosed with ME/CFS after years of feeling unwell. After a period of being essentially house bound and dealing with crippling fatigue and chronic pain, I became increasingly interested in health and wellbeing which took me down the line of research into diet, exercise, chiropractic treatments and massage, which I found greatly helped to alleviate my symptoms. This inspired me to retrain as a means of helping others to overcome illness and regain their health and strength through massage.