About Us

Laura Young M(Chiro) 

Principal ChiropractorLaura Young M(Chiro)

Laura is a registered Chiropractor and a member of the Royal College of Chiropractors and the Scottish Chiropractic Association. Having experienced the benefits of chiropractic treatment at a young age she has always wanted to become a Chiropractor to help those in her local community the way she had been helped in the past

Laura is particularly interested in the biomechanics of musculoskeletal pain. Mainly the 'how' and 'why' an injury has occurred and how best to help the problem including functional management of both the muscular and neurological systems. As part of her continuing professional development Laura has also completed additional courses specialising in the treatment of pregnant ladies, paediatrics and athletes.

As a useful compliment to chiropractic Laura also practices dry needling (western acupuncture), which is very effective in aiding the process of healing and repair for many conditions already treated by chiropractic. As a method of supporting stability she also uses Sportape, a technique usually highly regarded by sports individuals.

In addition to working at Young`s Spinal Health, Laura also works at the University of Glamorgan helping educate future chiropractors. As such we occasionally have students observe treatments within the clinic.

Lauras’ main aim in setting up Young's Spinal Health is to make chiropractic more accessible in her local area.

‘I have great passion for what I do and the people I treat. Chiropractic is a wonderful health care discipline and I am proud to be part of it.’


Sian Lowe M(Chiro)

Associate Chiropractor

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Sian is a registered Chiropractor and a member of the British Chiropractic Association and of the Royal College of Chiropractors.

Sian experienced first-hand the benefits of chiropractic treatment due to sporting injuries and has since developed a passion for the profession. 

Since graduating from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at Glamorgan University in 2015 she has continued to expand her knowledge by keeping up to date with the latest research, particularly, dry needling, kinesiology taping, and pediatric care.

Sian treats a wide variety of complaints and works with patients of all ages.  She believes that chiropractic can benefit everyone to certain degrees and enjoys tailoring bespoke treatments for various complaints.

Sian has worked away since graduating and is extremely happy to morve back to Wales to treat. There is a particular welcoming feel in Wales and especially the South wales valleys. "I look forward to bringing my skills and expertise home to help."


Naomi Cornellius

Massage Therapist
Naomi Cornellius

Having qualified in 2010 as a beauty and massage therapist Naomi has worked at a number of clinics and successfully set up her own mobile beauty and massage business. After all this she has decided to settle in Maesteg, as our in house massage therapist.

Treatments offered include: facials, Swedish massage, back and neck massage and indian head massage.

Underlying Naomis’ abilities is her passion for massage. Her main aim is to provide complementary therapies to help individuals suffering musculoskeletal problems and/or recovering injury or in a postoperative capacity. This is achieved by her working with the client to meet their individual needs. To aid her in this field she is also currently undergoing further training in sports massage therapy.

Rebecca Rigby MA (Counselling), PG Dip Counselling, BA (Hons), MBAP

CounsellorRebecca

As an Integrative counsellor, I combine theory and techniques from a variety of models, such as, CBT, Psychodynamic and Humanistic/Existential and integrate them into an approach that is flexible and tailored to meet the client’s needs or goals. For those who find talking about distressing issues difficult, I also work creatively, using art materials or phototherapy techniques.
  • Registered member of BACP
  • Professional indemnity insurance
  • Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate

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Youngs Spinal Health is registered with the General Chiropractic Council