Dr Debbie Cerva is a South African born Chiropractor, who graduated from The University of Johannesburg in 2007. She has succeeded in intertwining her love for travel with and Chiropractic through attending worldwide Chiropractic conferences. This has enhanced her understanding, continued her development, kept her passionately aligned and connected to the purpose of educating as many people as possible on the benefits and true meaning of Chiropractic.
Chiropractic detects and corrects nerve interference, created through vertebral alignment, restoring control to the master controller of the body, the nervous system.
Debbie has been fortunate enough to work alongside experienced, focused and involved Chiropractors, as well as actively building, owning and being the Principle Chiropractor of her own practice in Gauteng, and Cape Town, South Africa. Her travels from Spain to Malaysia, Germany to Scotland, (more recently the Netherlands), involved skill acquirement on the Thompson Technique, Activator method, Sacral Occipital technique, Advanced Biostructural Correction and Diversified Technique. Personal growth is an ongoing journey and part of her internal value structure.
“I never found Chiropractic through a miracle, but Chiropractic keeps me on my toes, each patient brings me something new and exciting to deal with! Chiropractic alongside self-discipline saved me from spinal surgery in 2017 and returned me back to the weight training I love. Chiropractic is my go-to, my first protocol because I am so passionate and believe so deeply in this outcome-based profession. It forms part of the way I look after my health. I am so happy to be able to work with my passion”.
Debbie has practised extensively with babies, pregnant mothers, children and sportsmen; she is passionate about the “whole person approach” of full spinal adjustments. She believes in a practical application to maintaining posture, owning stress, awareness of body and mind through movement, but most importantly the specificity of individuality.
“I am open-minded, with the primary goal to find the cause and correct it”.