Having graduated in 2012 with an Integrated Masters of Osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, noted for teaching a wide range of osteopathic specialities, I have worked in practices in Sussex and Kent and steadily built a private practice.
I have extensively studied the healing qualities of human touch and manual therapy, and have seen benefit to my patients repeatedly during treatment. I have an empathic approach to treatment of all osteopathic ailments that are brought to the clinic. How the body continues to operate, especially when under strain, never ceases to fascinate me.
My patients include the young, as young as a newborn, to those of a more senior age. I also have nine years experience in the treatment of sports massage. Every individual is unique, so each patient is assessed at the start and treated to reflect his or her specific needs.
I try my best to make every patient comfortable. It is very important that you, as my patient, feel as relaxed as possible in order to receive the greatest benefit from the treatment we agree upon. During treatment we work to develop a mutually trusting relationship, you can rest assured that your very best interests are at the heart of everything I do.
By law it is essential that a practitioner is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. This is to protect you as the patient. It means every year osteopaths have to undertake thirty hours of continuing professional development in order to maintain their registration.
It is also essential that your osteopath has professional indemnity insurance.
I am a registered member of:
- General Osteopathic Council – Membership number 8139
- Institute of Osteopathy – Membership number 105125