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As the daughter of one of the UK's leading Osteopaths I had the opportunity to spend many hours observing and helping my father from an early age. This experience, back in the 1970s, gave me a unique insight into the power of osteopathy and a strong desire to help patients using the techniques I was learning. As an adult (and after a false start in the banking sector) I went on to train for 4 years at the British School of Osteopathy, adding to my range of technical skills and gaining the theoretical knowledge necessary in a modern osteopathic practice.

Over many years as a Registered Osteopath and qualified yoga instructor with a comprehensive knowledge of nutrition, I have provided caring, holistic and expert advice and treatment in East Anglia from clinics in Newmarket and Cavendish.

I now work mainly from my premises in Cambridge with patients varying in age from 4 weeks to 89 years and with a wide variety of occupations, from Championship Jockey to Retired banker.

I am also the Public Health Fellow on the Advisory Council of the Democracy Institute a politically independent public policy research organization based in Washington and London.

 

Relevant Qualifications

Bachelor of Osteopathy (B.Ost) – British School of Osteopathy, London.

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GOsC Registration Number: 6781*

Hatha Yoga Instructor – British School of Yoga, Devon

Member of the ICrA - a not-for-profit special interest group of health professionals who include cranial therapy in their practice

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* Osteopaths are required to update their training throughout their working lives. 
They must complete at least 30 hours of Continuing Professional Development per year.
The standards of osteopathic training and practice are maintained and developed by the General Osteopathic Council (GosC), the profession’s statutory regulator established under the Osteopaths Act 1993.

The title 'osteopath' is protected by law, and only those included on the Register are entitled to practice as osteopaths.