The Chiropractor and the Snowdrop Lane Clinic Team


Lowrie Jayne Evans. 

 BSc(Hons)Chiropractic, MRCC

GCC Registered
British Chriopractic Association

I’ve been learning about the human body since I was a young child, so becoming a chiropractor was  ideal for me. I'm still learning everyday. 

I graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2008 with a BSc(Hons) Chiropractic then spent 4 years treating patients from a practice in my home town of Merthyr Tydfil. I relocated to Pembrokeshire in early 2013 wokring from a clinic in Haverfordwest and providing locum cover to clinics in Pembroke and Fishguard.

LJ Chiropractic opened in March 2017. We hold the PPQM award from the RCC which means we have proven to work together with our patients and involve them in every step of their care with us. 

In January 2018 I took over at Pembroke Chiropractic Clinic and I split my time equally between the two clinics. 

I am:

  • Registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC)

  • Fully insured. 

  • A member of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA)

  • A Member of the Royal College of Chiropractors.(RCC)

  • A PRT trainer for the RCC and mentor for new graduates.

I host regular CPD evenings at my clinics for other chiropractors and health care professionals. 

As a chiropractor it is important to take courses regularly to develop my skills and provide the best care I can. I have also studied:

  • PGC in Clinical Chiropractic Development

  • Dry needling (acupuncture)

  • Assessing and treating the paediatric patient

  • Understanding and managing psychosocial barriers in MSK conditions

IWhen I am not working I spend my time on the beaches and coastal path of Pembrokeshire with Missy and George, my springer spaniels. I read constantly and love going out for food.I am massively into music but I'll let you guess which genre is my favourite!

GCC Registered

GCC registration No: 03056

BCA Member

BCA No: 2627

West Wales Sports Injuries

Katy Griffiths BSc(Hons)Sports Therapy and Winnie "The Boss". 

Katy graduated from University in 2012 with a 2:1 degree in Sports Therapy. She returned to Pembrokeshire and set up West Wales Sports Injuries in September 2012 in Snowdrop Lane, Haverfordwest. Outside of the clinic she has a background of working in rugby, predominantly and between 2013 – 2018 working with the Scarlets Age grade system.


Thoroughly enjoying all that this offered, especially the rehabilitation side of things, she brings a very functional rehab aspect to all of her patient's treatment in the clinic, regardless of age or what problems they may have.

Striving to continue her professional development on a regular basis. she takes every opportunity to attend courses covering various aspects of the profession and within the world of treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. All to provide a speedy and effective recovery the best for her patients.

Katy is a keen showjumper, and she also offers functional pilates and post-natal pilates classes. 

You can find out more information on her website.


Pembrokshire Foot Clinic

Amanda Mills, BSc Podiatry

Amanda has over 20 years experience in the field of Podiatry / Chiropody, with further Postgraduate qualifications in Health Promotion

Podiatrists, also known as Chiropodists,  are highly skilled professionals trained to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate abnormal conditions of the feet and lower limbs. Amanda is  keeping  the people of Pembrokeshire mobile and active, relieving pain and treating infections.

At the Pembrokeshire Foot Clinic our practitioners are H.P.C. (Health Professions Council) & State Registered, and are BSc Podiatry qualified. These are the ONLY Podiatry qualifications recognised by the NHS.

Amanda is trained in biomechanical and gait analysis which helps her to create orthotic prescriptions for her patients if required. 


Clinic Manager/Lifesaver

Mandy Griffiths

Mandy has been with us since the very beginning. 

She manages all three clinics at Snowdrop Lane, keeping us running as smoothly as possible. Mand is usually the first contact patients have over the phone or in person. greeting everyone with a smile and a chat.  

She keeps the clinic looking amazing, keeps us all in check, makes the most amazing snacks.


From school. Mandy studied beauty therapy in college and has worked in Haverfordwest for many years, so many people know her already. She keeps us all looking our best too!

Mandy loves to spend time with her family and dog Luna, often found accompanying Lowrie on coast path walks and she attends pilates classes with Katy. 

Chief Patient Welcome Assistant



The one under the desk