“My earliest memories from growing up in Cape Town revolved around a desire to help people to live life fully. I believe this desire drew me first toward education and then to chiropractic. Not knowing what chiropractic was, but knowing innately that I was meant to be a chiropractor, took me from South Africa to America to discover what it was. I received a subtle and perception-altering adjustment 3 weeks into my chiropractic studies from the late Dr. John Grostic, and understood in that moment what my path was. I have not regretted a single day of practice since and can’t imagine ever doing so. By adding wellness education to my hands-on work I observed that the benefits are more sustainable and people’s lives change on a deeper level. I never take for granted the opportunity I have been given to improve someone’s quality of life through my work – rather, I welcome the responsibility and consider myself privileged to be able to do so. My desire for people to live life fully is as strong now as when I was child.”
Dr. Moore was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. He graduated from Pinelands High School and studied at the Universities of Stellenbosch and Cape Town where he received a BA and a Higher Diploma in Education. He received a scholarship to study chiropractic in America where he graduated with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in 1990. While in private practice in Florida, he served as President of the West Coast Chiropractic Association and received the Junior Leadership Award in Florida in 2001. Upon moving to France, he was involved with coaching at Montpellier- Herault rugby club where he also served on the medical team, as the chiropractor for the first team.