BSc MSc - Clinic Tutor
Nik Nunn graduated from AECC University College in 1991 and has been a practising Chiropractor since. Nik returned to AECC in 2015 as a Clinic Tutor teaching the role of audit in a clinical setting and research for case studies.
Nik Nunn graduated from AECC University College in 1991 and has been a practising Chiropractor since. He has experience of owning his own practice and working as an associate in other clinics in England, Scotland, Wales and Spain. He went on to complete his postgraduate masters in 2000. While in practice he started part-time Clinic Tutor work at WIOC in 2004- 2008. He also has seven (1999-2006) years’ experience as an examiner in the test of competence run by the General Chiropractic Council.
Nik returned to teaching in 2015 as a Clinic Tutor within the School of Chiropractic at AECC University College. He currently teaches the role of audit in a clinical setting and research for case studies.
Area of Interest
Areas of interest include chiropractic techniques including Diversified, SOT, Thompson technique, audit and its value, Chiropractic research.
- BSc Chiropractic degree
- MSc degree
- Fellow of College of Chiropractic.
- British Chiropractic Association
- General Chiropractic Council
- Royal College of Chiropractors
- British Pteridological society.
Research areas of interest include low back pain and how it is classified with regards to duration, intensity and function; sports injuries and their mechanism.
Clinic Tutor at AECC University College.
Nunn N.R., Dyce J.W. and Parker Dodd I. (1997). Repetitive strain injury to the foot in Elite women Kendoka British Journal of Sport Medicine. 31 1-3.