I'm originally from West Yorkshire and I moved to London in 2006 to become an Osteopath. After 11 years treating patients in London I recently moved to Leigh-on-Sea with my husband and french bulldog Mabel and spend my time working between the two locations.
I qualified with a Master's of Osteopathy degree from the British School of Osteopathy (now University College of Osteopathy) in 2010 and then immediately began my journey treating patients full time. I have experience treating with a variety of patients with all kinds of injuries amongst athletes and non-athletes alike.
I have continued to develop my skills and learning with various courses and I have multiple qualifications including medical acupuncture (dry needling), Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute USA and Anatomy in Motion (AiM) with Gary Ward of BBC's Dr in the house. I have also completed additional learning for treating pre and post natal women and in different aspects of nutritional therapy.
I love being an Osteopath and I feel it is a privilege to be in a position to help people.