Doctor of Chiropractic
Sarit moved to England from Thailand when he was 8 years of age, he speaks both languages fluently and is very proud of his heritage.
Sarit became a chiropractor after being inspired by the professionals working at the AECC University College, which he attended as a patient following numerous injuries from gym training.
Whilst studying at the renowned AECC University College, he held a few responsibilities, including academic year rep in his first year. He also became the Student’s Union (SU) President at the end of his first year, making him the first ever first year student to do so. He then served as SU President again in his final year of his studies. He also ran Muay Thai and CrossFit classes though out his time there. Furthermore, he was a personal trainer to staff and students.
He is very passionate about chiropractic and believes that it can be of benefit to everyone of any age. Sarit has a keen interest in sports injuries and functional rehabilitation.
His treatments consists of Gonstead and Diversified adjusting techniques, with some soft tissue work, and functional (transferable) exercises to your needs and goals. He has treated professional boxers, golfers, Brazilian Jiu jitsu, Muay Thai, MMA, CrossFit, bodybuilders, power lifters, to Police Superintendent, personal trainers, weekend warriors, runners, and patients of all ages ranging from 9 to 85 years of age.
In his spare time Sarit enjoys going to the gym training in bodybuilding, power lifting and Crossfit. He also is a martial artist, having trained in BJJ, submission wrestling, boxing, but his main passion is the sport of his origin, Muay Thai. He also like listening to music, going to the cinema and he is a bit of a foodie.
Sarit is fully registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).