Rupert Molloy retired as a chiropractor in 2012 after 37 years in full-time practice. He came to Oxford in 1976 where he was one of three chiropractors in the county at that time. He administered the NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation) Chiropractic Overseas Relief from 1996-2004 in Cuba. He taught himself Spanish and entered the Open University in 2001 to complete a degree in Modern Languages in 2009.
It was during this period that Rupert first met James Carroll of THOR Photomedicine and it was at a subsequent presentation by James in 2012 that Rupert ‘saw the light’. Since then he has practised Photobiomodulation Therapy (formerly known as Low-level Light Laser Therapy). To complete his range of equipment he has invested in a NovoThor Whole Body Light Pod, the first commercial light pod in the UK. (See below)
Rupert and Victoria moved to Henley in 2016 where Victoria enjoys easy access to rowing and Rupert enjoys learning the intricacies of golf and tennis (he also skis). They have four children.