17 Park Street, Kingswinford
West Midlands, DY6 9LX



01384 402948

Our Team

Nigel Corbett

Dr Nigel Corbett

(Doctor of Chiropractic), MCC, BSc(Hons), MSc Chiro

Nigel was born just down the road at Wordsley Hospital, and went to school locally. He went to the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, graduated in 2001, then returned to the area to set up Kingswinford Chiropractic Clinic in 2003.

The clinic has been established now 20 years, and Nigel treats many local families, and has strong working relationships with local businesses, doctors, and the hospitals. He is full registered to treat BUPA and AXA PPP patients and all other insurance companies. He has also trained in acupuncture.

In 2011 Nigel also set up one of the UK’s first NHS Chiropractic clinics, which is in Truro, where he also works. Nigel enjoys mountain biking, surfing and spending time with his family. He has a keen interest in the management of chronic pain, headaches, whiplash and sports injuries.

Nigel also enjoys helping new graduates in their training, and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association, General Chiropractic Council and the College of Chiropractors.

Nigel is also one of the very few people left in the UK actually called Nigel. Ha!!


Dr Peter Rushforth

(Doctor of Chiropractic) BSc (Hons), M.Chiro

Peter graduated with a Merit from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2016 and was awarded ‘Best Clinical Performance by a Foundation Student (Graham Harding Memorial Award)’. Peter treats a wide range of musculoskeletal problems with a special interest in foot, ankle and knee problems and their influence on low back pain. He uses a number of different treatment modalities including; Spinal Adjusting (manipulation), Mobilisation, Active and Passive Release Techniques, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and Acupuncture.  He enjoys walking and going on short breaks with his wife.

Dr Sam Beasley


Sam joins the clinic in September 2023. He is local to the area as he was born and grew up in Wolverhampton. He graduates from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic and has a keen interest in physical health as he regularly attends the gym and plays football. He likes to incorporate all aspects of people’s lives to then help with managing their complaint together. He uses diversified chiropractic techniques that affect soft tissue structures and also offers exercise rehabilitation advice. Sam also uses his personal training, sports massage and acupuncture qualifications to ensure clients can continue enjoying their lives.

Outside of the clinic Sam enjoys spending time with family and friends and supporting his local team Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Sam is a member of the British Chiropractic Association, General Chiropractic Council and Royal College of Chiropractors.