Teachers

  • International Academic Team.

  • A team of front-line teachers teach the five-year full-time chiropractic programme of study. As a student, you will be guided by these and other teachers towards the knowledge, skills and attitudes you will require in order to be a safe, effective and inspiring health care professional.

Meet the team

  • Dr. Adrian Wenban

    — Principal

    Dr. Adrian Wenban - Principal

    Dr. Adrian Wenban

    Has a Bachelor of Chiropractic from Phillip Institute of Technology and a Masters in Clinical Epidemiology from the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Newcastle (Australia). He has led the founding and developing of the Barcelona College of Chiropractic until today. Beyond his role as Principal, he acts as Head of Clinic and co-teaches modules in Chiropractic in Society.

  • Dr. Pablo Martínez Jarque

    — Head of Chiropractic Department

    Head of Chiropractic

    Dr. Pablo Martínez

    Has a degree in chiropractic and sports science from Life University (Marietta – USA, 2004). He has extensive clinical experience in private practice in Venezuela. Dr. Martinez participates in the design and teaching of various modules including chiropractic technique, radiology and clinical skills. He also acts as a Clinical Supervisor at the BCC Chiropractic Centre.

  • Dr. Pablo Pérez de la Ossa

    — Course Leader

    Course Leader

    Dr. Pérez de la Ossa

    Has a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Barcelona and was a postdoctoral researcher at New York University. He taught for many years at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Barcelona. As Course Leader at the BCC he is responsible for the further development and smooth running of the programme of study. He also acts as Head of Research.

  • Dr. Rodney Pendarvis

    —Module Leader of Clinical Practicum modules

    Module Leader

    Dr. Pendarvis

    Trained at the Parker Chiropractic College of Chiropractic he coordinates and co-teaches classes that form part of the three Clinic Practicum modules. The teaching of those modules also involves the members of a large specialist teaching team, which includes, specialists in chiropractic techniques, clinical sciences, philosophy, radiology, nutrition, communication, personal development, neuroscience and health public.