Williamson Chiropractic & Sports Injuries Clinic 

Bicester's family orientated clinic.

 01869 249989

Dr Jill Williamson DC


Doctor of Chiropractic  



Jill qualified as a chiropractor from the Welsh Institute of Chiropactic in 2006. She returned to her home town of Bicester to start work, developing a wide ranging practice over four and a half years in the Blackberry Orthopaedic Clinic in Milton Keynes. Then deciding to open our wonderful clinic in Bicester in 2010.


Jill has continued to develop her interests in both treating sports injuries, children and in treating pregnant women through post graduate study. Including specific cranial techniques for pediatric patients, dry needling (medical acupuncture), Graston Technique (a specialised soft tissue technique using shaped metal instruments), and taping techniques.This has also enabled her to treat nationally and internationally as part of the British Masters Medical Team including: Birmingham, London, France and Italy with the GB Masters track and field team.


Jill has recently completed here post graduate qualification in veterinary chiropractic with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic, one of the world premier training facilities in the chiropractic treatment of Animals.    


Jill was born in Buckinghamshire and has lived and been educated locally. She is married to John Williamson and her other interests include riding her horse, walking her dog, health and fitness and travel.


Jill is currently on maternity leave after the birth of her and John's son Gabriel. She is hoping to start seeing patients again soon but continues to manage the clinic until then.  


Dr John Williamson DC 


Doctor of Chiropractic 



John qualified as a chiropractor from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2005. He started working in clinics in Newport and Cwmbran before relocating to live in Bicester in 2007. Developing a large and successful practice in an established clinic in Leighton Buzzard increasing his involvement in Bicester to full time in 2012.


He has continued to develop his special interests in treating soft tissue and sports injuries through post graduate study: Including  Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (ICCSP) dry needling (medical acupuncture), Graston Technique (a specialised soft tissue technique using shaped metal instruments), and taping techniques such as Kinesio taping. This has also enabled him to treat nationally and internationally as part of the British Masters Medical Team including: Birmingham, Cardiff, London, France, Italy, Finland and Hungary with the GB Masters track and field team. John is also member of the Royal college of chiropractic sport and exercise faculty.


John Was recently elected onto the professional standard committee for the British Chiropractic Association. 


John was born in Pontypridd in South Wales where he lived and was educated. He is married to Jill Williamson and his other interests include surfing, the great outdoors, playing the guitar, classic cars and his dogs.


Dr Charlotte Newman DC


Doctor of Chiropractic  



Charlotte Qualified from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic after having a keen interest in the profession since she was 14 years old. Charlottes interest began after she experienced the benefits of chiropractic care first hand after sustaining an ankle injury when she was 14. Charlotte looks to develop her skills in further techniques such as dry needling (medical acupuncture) and the Graston Technique (soft tissue technique using shaped metal instruments) in the future to facilitate the techniques she has already learnt within her degree.

Charlotte was born and has lived in Buckinghamshire at her family home where her parents own a horticultural business. Charlotte has always loved meeting new people and helping people around the business which is something that made her want a career in helping others.  She is a keen sports woman who has competed regionally in netball and been a competitive horse rider for most of her life, therefore Charlotte also looks to study equine chiropractic at a later date. Charlotte is also a keen musician, loves being outdoors as well as learning new things. 



Michelle Pank MIRSM


Michelle Joined the Williamson Chiropractic and sports injuries team in April 2017.

Michelle qualified as a BTEC Level 5 Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist with Oxford School of Sports Massage (OSSM) in 2012. The OSSM provide the highest standard of training in anatomy and physiology, and massage techniques including Muscle Energy Techniques, Soft Tissue Release and Neuromuscular Techniques


Michelle has been a competitive distance runner since childhood, as well as doing more extreme sports such as wakeboarding, snowboarding and windsurfing. During these years she has suffered from various injuries so can fully appreciate the impact this can have both physically and emotionally on each individual


Since the birth of her child in August 2015, Michelle qualified as a Buggyfit instructor to provide exercise classes for new mums to assist in postnatal recovery



Debbie Gilbert (Massage Therapist) 


Debbie started at the clinic in March 2018 and trained in holistic massage in 2008 and has completed numerous courses since from deep tissue to Japanese face massage. 
She was a keen runner at the time, always getting injured, and therefore wanted to learn more about the body and how to treat herself or avoid injuries altogether. Debbie had always intended to learn sports massage but has only just got around to it, 10 years later!
Debbie is a triathlete, hoping to compete in her first ever Ironman this year in Tenby. She has just started the OSSM soft tissue therapy level 5 which we are very excited about. She loves helping people and can't wait to start using all her newly learned techniques to give her clients an even better treatment.




Alice Walker (Medical Receptionist)


Alice became the clinic's medical receptionist in 2014 after studying a Business Administration apprenticeship with Activate Learning College (formerly OCVC). She has since passed her first year with the Open University, studying towards a degree in Business Management in preparation to take over the management of the clinic.


She was born and raised locally, and studied for her GCSE'S at The Cooper School in Bicester.


Alice's hobbies include reading, live music & walking her rescue dogs.