Martin Young is one of our clinic directors. Martin graduated from the University of Nottingham in 1984, with an honours degree in Physics. He worked in the wine trade and music industry before attending the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. Martin graduated in 1996, as best academic student.
Martin has taught biophysics, biomechanics, neurology, clinical medicine and general diagnosis at undergraduate level. He has also lectured to postgraduate groups on research dissemination, temporomandibular dysfunction and medicolegal expertise.
Martin’s publications include over fifty articles in professional biomedical journals. He has been an Editor of the international peer reviewed journal Clinical Chiropractic and its predecessor The British Journal of Chiropractor from 1996-2013. He has written two medical textbooks: Essential Physics for Manual Medicine (2010) and Essential Musculoskeletal MRI (2011).
In 1999, Martin was elected as an inaugural Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors. He became a double fellow in 2016, being elected as an inaugural Fellow of its Faculty of Pain, whom he serves as honorary secretary. Martin is the first chiropractor to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and as a Member of the Expert Witness Institute. He still regularly gives expert opinions in cases of alleged chiropractic negligence.
Martin has received fellowships from the British Chiropractic Association and the European Academy of Chiropractic. He has twice been awarded the Royal College of Chiropractors President’s Award for outstanding services to the profession.