Meet the doctor:
Our founder,clinic director and senior partner; Dr. Kola Akindele was trained as a Spinal Health,all personal and all sport injuries Practitioner since 1994 and is a member of different international professional associations in good standing. He has a specialized training in spinal assessment and treatment procedures emphasizing primarily the neuro - musculo - skeletal structures of the body including the spine and the extremity joints as well as the associated soft tissues. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat patients and referrals.
Dr Kola uses a "whole person approach" when taking care of his patients. By combining the very best hands -on-technique, state of the art electrotherapeutic and physical medicine procedures, and providing the newest and best natural vitamins, homeopathic medicines and mineral supplements on the market today. Dr Kola is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.
Dr Kola was educated at Lincoln University(Medical technology),University Of Texas at Dallas(General psychology),Dallas County Community College {Brookhaven and North Lake Colleges)( Biomedical sciences},Parker University College of Chiropractic (Doctor of Chiropractic) all in USA and The British Institute of Homoeopathy Medicine UK. He continuously participates in post graduates studies in Radiology / MRI,Ulrasound,CT, Orthopaedic, Neurology, Sports Medicine, Medico legal, Personal injuries, Nutrition, Orthortics, Biomechanics, Laser & Electro Therapies, modern techniques, public health,health education, etc. Below are few of the techniques that Dr. Kola is taught and very efficient in:

Diversified Technique
The most widely utilized, practiced, and researched treatment method in chiropractic is a high velocity – low amplitude technique usually referred to as "Diversified". This technique covers the diverseness of its background and represents the practitioner’s first exposure to the primary entity that sets chiropractic apart and makes us unique from other healing arts. The greatest emphasis is placed on practicality of the core skills necessary to begin to develop a truly individual and unique art form of adjusting. 

Diversified II 
Advanced Diversified builds on the core basics of a dynamically based HV-LA technique and introduces those variables which are needed to address the differences between patient and doctor size. Issues discussed, demonstrated, and practiced are variables in patient position, table assistance and set up, doctor position, various contact points, segmental contact points, and indifferent hand contribution along with vector and force generator variables. . 

Gonstead Technique
A full spine, specific technique using a particular protocol and very thorough chiropractic diagnostic procedures, including palpation, spinographs, instrumentation, and the use of individual Gonstead tables. 

Gonstead II 
The Advanced Gonstead focuses on Gonstead Full Spine Adjusting technique. The focus is on improving adjusting skills as well as diagnostic skills with the Nerv-o-scope and other procedures. Some variations on technique are presented, however the focus is primarily on improving the application of the techniques. The lecture includes case studies and case management from a Gonstead perspective. Line analysis on plane films and demonstrating a method for working with digital format films. 

Thompson Technique
The Thompson technique relies on specific analysis and adjusting procedures throughout the protocol. This technique is a table-assisted technique for the full spine, using a drop-piece on the Thompson table to assist with the adjustment. While using the terminal point drop table, as developed by Dr. J. Clay Thompson, this technique employs specific diagnostic procedures, using leg length checks, patient positioning (prior to adjustment), and post adjustment leg checks to determine the proper application of the technique.

Activator Technique
Activator I is Basic Activator Protocol. It is a full-spine technique developed by Dr. W. C. Lee and Dr. A. W. Fuhr. The technique uses a system of analyzing body mechanics for diagnosis and utilizes a small, hand-held instrument called an "Activator" for delivering a precise adjustment to correct subluxations. This technique stresses the necessity of not only knowing when and where to adjust, but also when not to adjust.
Extra Spinal Analysis & Technique
The fundamentals of detecting and correcting extra-spinal subluxations.
Upper Cervical Techniques 
Upper cervical technique originated with the famous "toggle recoil" of chiropractic's historical developer, B.J. Palmer. Because of the unique anatomy, biomechanics, and neurophysiology of this region, upper cervical chiropractic care focuses primarily on the correction of the atlas and the axis (C1 & C2). 
Activator II 
This is the Intermediate Activator Protocol for spine and pelvis, including extremities. Activator Technique was developed by Dr. W. C. Lee and Dr. A. W. Fuhr. The technique uses a system of analyzing body mechanics for diagnosis and utilizes a small, hand-held instrument called an "Activator" for delivering a precise adjustment to correct subluxations. This technique stresses the necessity of not only knowing when and where to adjust, but also when not to adjust. 

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)
A technique which assesses the patient using a number of particular physical indicators to determine which of three primary categories the patient is presenting with. This in turn gives rise to a specific procedure for that category, along with further ancillary procedures to work with the patient's skeletal, cranial, and neurological systems in order to restore a more optimum level of balance and function.

Applied Kinesiology Technique (AK)
AK is a health care system based on the work of Dr. George Goodheart that evaluates the structural, chemical, and mental aspects of health using manual muscle testing combined with other standard methods of diagnosis. AK is a non-invasive system of evaluating body function that allows for the detection and correction of subluxations, fixations, pelvic categories, and cranial faults.

Flexion-Distraction Technique (Leander & Cox)
The two different flexion/distraction techniques: motorized as developed by Dr. Leander Eckard and manual as developed by Dr. James M. Cox. Motorized flexion-distraction table as developed by Dr. Eckard uses the concept of using motorized continuous passive motion to help find spinal fixations and then reduce the force necessary to correct vertebral subluxations through concurrent adjusting. There is also a special section on treatment of scoliosis.

Manual flexion-distraction as further developed and refined by Dr. Cox and based on the work of John V. McManis, D.O. This is a non-surgical technique for the treatment of (cervical, thoracic, and lumbar) disc herniations, spondylolisthesis, and facet syndrome just to name a few. This technique has a long history, is well documented, and continues to be utilized in ongoing research.

These are various extra gentle techniques where manipulations are contra indicated due to age, conditions & preference for example Myo-fascia therapy, etc.

Light Elastic Taping Technique is when practitioner applies light elastic tape to facilitate their current treatments of musculoskeletal conditions. The technique utilizing various taping techniques using a variety of different products.
Other associates in the clinic are all well qualified and are members of their respective professional associations.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
UK                                                 Medical Mission in Nigeria,West Africa
6 NORTH BRINK                           at Lagos, Abuja & Osogbo
CAMBS., PE13 1JR      or ring 08180605707 
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Tues & Fri :9 am- 5pm
Wed & Thurs: 11am- 8pm
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