Eastbourne Chiropractor: Get to know your Chiropractor James Revell
February 25th, 2014 421 post views
Lushington Chiropractic Meet the Team Questionnaire:
Find out more about your Eastbourne Chiropractor: James Revell DC,LRCC,MSc(Chiro),BSc(Chiro),BSc(Biol)
Doctor of Chiropractic
What would your perfect Sunday consist of:
Great question – there’s so much I’d love to do on Sundays!
Ok, so to start with if it’s my perfect Sunday then Summer is just starting to take over from Spring and it’s sunny all day.
We’d go to the park with the dog and let our little boy run off some energy. We live in Eastbourne so there’s lots of parks to chose from.
We love being outside so we’d head out of town for a bit for a walk and then to a Sussex country pub for Sunday lunch.
After lunch we’d meet friends in Gildredge Park, Eastbourne to play Touch Rugby. It’s great fun and because it’s only “touch rugby” my wife plays too. (New players very welcome, we play in Gildredge Park at 2.30pm every Sunday https://www.facebook.com/groups/186754744695920/).
If it’s my “perfect Sunday” then I would play amazingly and we’d win!
Afterwards we’d walk to dog home and relax as a family playing games to amuse our son.
Finally I’d relax watching Top Gear and my wife would complain about their fake races and childish behaviour.
Hmm one of our fab country pubs in Wilmington, Alfriston, Arlington – we like it when there’s a nice fire on.
Favourite TV show:
Homelands OR The Walking Dead (it’s an award wining zombie series)
Walking & Cycling
I enjoy playing sports with friends and will usually have a go at what ever race/challenge is set!
I enjoy keeping active but I am not great at following any sport on TV.
“You’ve been framed” and various American sit-coms. I also love some of the classic British sit-comes like Allo’ Allo’ and Fawlty Towers
A dog and two cats that used to curl up in warm sunny spots at home
I love being busy and active.
How many places have you travelled to:
I was at University for seven years for my Degrees and Masters. Although I enjoyed studying, I also made sure I used the long holidays to travel as well as work. I tried to get out of the UK once a year. It was easier because my sister lives in America and I’ve got some friends around Europe so I always had somewhere to stay when I arrived.
I also made the effort to go to International Chiropractic conferences around the world. Conference tickets were cheaper as a student. So, as long as I saved up for travel it was an amazing opportunity to hear world renowned Chiropractic speakers. I visited chiropractic colleges in Australia, America, Canada and even sunny Wales.
“Hey Mona” by Craig McLachlan (Henry from neighbours)
If you were an animal what would you be and why:
I have been likened to a Golden Retriever, full of fun and energy (and like a Golden Retriever this Eastbourne Chiropractor is getting a little heavier with age).
What was your favourite toy as a child:
Playing cars – or the few Star Wars toys I had – or Lego!
Or was it wall-ball with my friend whilst we waited half an hour for his Spectrum ZX to load?
Can you play any instruments?:
Anything I have played I’ve played badly (like my singing).
Any unusual hobbies:
I grew up near Eastbourne and have always loved being outside in the Sussex Downs and on the Seafront.
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