Melanie Craig

Lecturer (Clinical Sciences)

As a recently appointment tutor at the AECC University College, Melanie is involved with numerous units in the Clinical Management and Diagnosis elements.

Biography

Melanie Craig graduated, with distinction, from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa with a Magister Technologiae degree in Chiropractic (MTech: Chiropractic). She practiced in multidisciplinary practice in Johannesburg until March 2017. As a practitioner Melanie’s primary interest was with Sports Performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation. Melanie worked as a sports chiropractor on numerous local and international sporting events around South Africa, including the ‘Cape Epic’ in 2015 and the inaugural the ‘Arnold Classic Africa’ weight lifting championships in 2016. In 2016 Melanie lectured at the University of Johannesburg to years 3 to 5. She was involved in Clinical Biomechanics and Kinesiology, Clinical Management and Examinations of exit students. Melanie immigrated to England in 2017 and has recently taken up a lecturing position at the AECC University College.

Current Activity

As a recently appointment tutor at the AECC University College, Melanie is involved with numerous units in the Clinical Management and Diagnosis elements.

Areas of Expertise

Patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning. Injury prevention and rehabilitation. Myofascial techniques.

Qualifications

  • MTech: Chiropractic (UJ)

Membership

  • General Chiropractic Council (UK)
  • Scottish Chiropractic Association (UK)
  • Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa (SA)
  • Chiropractic Association of South Africa (SA)

Research

  • Not currently involved in research

Publications

Craig M, Moodley M (2015). The Effect of Sacroiliac Chiropractic Adjustments on Innominate Angles.  (under review)

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