Poor flexibility in the joints and muscles will prevent the body from performing at its optimum and is often a contributory element to injury. Sara Mellor has 15 years experience in treating patientsparticipating in many activities such as: Golf Tennis; Cycling; Gardening; Swimming. Osteopathic treatment can help your mobility and general health.
Denise is trained in the methods of Dr. Nicholas Perricone, the renowned skin care specialist in the diagnosis and dispensation of cosmeceutical products to enliven, enrich and rejuvenate the skin.She no longer acts as an agent for the sale of his products but recommends their use and additionally she also utilises the Perricone type diet to achieve lasting weight loss and promote good health.
Amanda has been involved in patient care for over 10 years, graduating from the London School of Osteopathy with a first class honours degree in 2005, and completing the ITEC Diplomas in Therapeuticand Sports Massage in 2002 & 2003. Amanda's approach to osteopathy is to combine gentle treatment with effective patient management to achieve positive results for you in as quick a time frame as possible.
I trained to become an Osteopath at The British School of Osteopathy, London. I underwent a four-year full-time course, and qualified in 1999, obtaining an honours degree in Osteopathy. I have sincetrained in Cranial Osteopathy at a postgraduate level. I enjoy using this method of treatment when appropriate, and especially enjoy getting involved with the treatment of babies using cranial techniques. I regularly attend courses and lectures on a wide range of relevant subjects.
Osteopathy has been used for well over 100 years and has been shown to help many muscle and joint problems/disorders such as lower back pain, neck pain, sciatica and shoulder problems. It can alsohelp many other problems such as headaches, digestion issues and fibromyalgia and is suitable for all ages.
The Courtyard Clinic was established in the year 2000, we have successfully treated thousands of patients with a whole range of conditions. Our Male and Female practitioners are registered with thegeneral osteopathic Council and undergo continuous training in order to maintain standards and stay at the forefront of the profession. What is Osteopathy?
Perfect health strives for highest standard of care for patients. We will give a full explanation of our findings and diagnosis and then give you the most appropriate and effective treatment or referyou for further investigations as necessary. We understand how debilitating injury can be and will do everything we can to get you back to your Perfect Health.
Kristy initially trained at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine for her first degree. Kristy believes in putting her patient first. She explains everything thoroughly, and will not only treatas is appropriate to each person, but offers helpful and effective advice and exercises in order for patients to help themselves and to get better more quickly; this enables patients to take part in their own recovery rather than relying on someone else solely to get them better.
Friars Street Osteopathy has been established for 8 years. We pride ourselves on our reputation for delivering personal yet professional, reliable care. Our skilled Osteopath uses gentle techniques towork with your whole body to encourage healing. Your care will be managed by the same team members and you will always see the same practitioner, who will be able to provide care which fits around your lifestyle, offering evening & weekend appointments and free telephone consults.
Haverhill Osteopathic and Sports Injury Practice, has been established for over seven years. The practice, was opened by Christine Jefferys-Ward in 2005, after completing a five year bachelor sciencedegree at the London School of Osteopathy. We treat a wide range of conditions across a broad spectrum of individuals such as footballers, hockey and judo players, runners, golfers, trainers and jockeys in the horse racing industry right through to elderly people with osteoarthritis.