Matthew Voigts DO MBAcC

Matthew Voigts DO MBAcC

Director Trainer

Matthew Voigts has over 30 years clinical experience as an osteopath qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy in 1987.He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy.
He also has over 20 years clinical experience as a traditional acupuncture practitioner qualifying from the British College of Acupuncture in 1995 and was mentored by Dr Chen, Chief Chest consultant Beijing Hospital for 5 years and Dr Jia for a further 3 years. He is a member of the British Acupuncture Council.

He has a particular interest in the treatment of the upper cervical spine and studied a revolutionary technique called Atlasprofilax 8 years ago. This technique utilises vibropressure to correct upper cervical dysfunction. He served on the International Board for the International Association of Qualified Atlasprofilax practitioners for 5 years and has written medical articles on this subject. He recently founded the Atlas Zone to further the scientific approach of vibrational treatment of the upper cervical spine and many medical professionals from around the world are joining him in this endeavour.

Over the last few years he has researched and worked to create a unique approach  utilising vibrational technology as a full body approach to treatment. www.atlaszone.org and now www.vibrozone.com have been founded not only as a platform for patients but as training organisations to spread these wellbeing treatments.

Dr Ceci Morley  B.Vet.Med.MRCVS

Dr Ceci Morley B.Vet.Med.MRCVS

Director Trainer

After qualifying from The Royal Veterinary College in London in 1995 I have enjoyed an active career in equine medicine, serving clients across East Anglia My extensive experience as an Equine Vet enables me to advise my clients regarding the best treatment solution for their horse.

I currently own three horses of my own having recently broken one in, which i have had from a foal. I enjoy all aspects of being a horse owner.

In 2003 I chose to expand my equine treatment portfolio by studying traditional chinese medicine and acupuncture as well as western techniques and trigger point acupuncture. The musculoskeletal and the biomechanics of equine movement have always fascinated me, which made studying chiropractic a natural progression for my equine skills. ​

I qualified with the International Academy for Veterinary Chiropractic in 2016 and i am very excited to be treating horses and seeing such incredible results.

I am now pleased to share my knowledge and experience with equine manual therapists.