She studied Genetics at Newcastle University before going on to study Chiropractic at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth.

She practiced in London before deciding to serve in the Army for 6yrs. At the end of 2008 she began to develop her practice in Kew before opening up the Barnes practice in 2009. In December her 'Chiropractic mentor' died and she is now looking after his patients in Sudbury, Suffolk and as a result she has sold her Barnes and Kew clinics.

She and her husband bought PHD Chiropractic Clinic in 2011. She keeps up to date with research by attending regular seminars and courses.

In 2009, she responded to a call from the Association of Italian Chiropractors calling for assistance at the L'Aquila earthquake, she volunteered out there, treating the Italian firemen and the Red Cross workers. It was such a success she is now Treasurer of CAT (Chiropractic Action Team), who support humanity internationally through donating chiropractic services.

Dr Lane has just retuned from a trip to Botswana where she vounteered to work for the charity World Spine Care, she spent her time working in the hospital in Mahalapye and in a rural clinic in Shoshone.

She saw more neurological conditions in the first day than she has seen in 13 years in the UK.

Her husband and two small children accompanied her on the trip and had some fabulous times on safari during her time off.

When Dr Lane is not working enjoys competing in triathlons and spending time with her family. She also loves travelling, reading and playing the piano.