I’ve been an osteopath for 30 years!
I’m from a medical family and always wanted a career in healthcare. However, I didn’t really want to do it in a hospital setting. Instead, I wanted to be community based. I felt this gave me more freedom to offer people more time to help them.
I graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1991. After which I became an Associate Osteopath in a practice in Cambridge. Since then I’ve had lots of experience working with different therapists and clinics. Sharing knowledge and ideas has increased my awareness and appreciation of other therapies in helping people.
I’m registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) which ensures all osteopaths maintain a strict code of conduct and keep their skills updated
My aim is to treat clients in a 1:1 setting without a hurried consultation time.
This means we have the opportunity to discuss your concerns in a relaxed setting. We can also deal with any other factors that come up through the consultation.
Over the years I’ve been in practice, I’ve seen people of all ages and occupations. My philosophy is to help people to the best of my ability and to ensure that a successful outcome is the result of a good co-operative effort.
A favourable result is all about a good co-operative effort.
Your improvement is certainly not all “About Me”!
It may be surprising, but manual work and heavy lifting are not the major causes of the pain that people see me about. Sedentary workers sitting without proper support and poor desk set up can result in repetitive strain to areas of the spine. This combined with wear and tear changes in the spine can result in aches and pains.
My most frequent patients are women in their 40’s and 50’s who are in pain and stressed with occupations where they work from home. This usually means they are trying to juggle their work and home life in the same space and can’t switch off. Usually a poor pattern of sleep, low energy and poor management of their pain brings them to come and see me for help.
Why don’t you contact me to let me know what is concerning you?
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