Sandra trained as an Osteopath at Oxford Brookes University and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of the British Osteopathic Association. Sandra has previously completeda BSc(Hons) in Equine Science at Hartpury College during which time she developed an interest in the injury and rehabilitation of the equine athlete. On completing her degree she gained a position working within the College's well renowned Equine Therapy Centre.
Osteopathy is an extremely effective, but gentle form of therapy that relieves pain by improving the function of the body as a whole. Osteopathic treatment involves the gentle manipulation of the bodyto bring relief and improve quality of life for patients. Cotswold Osteopaths is a vibrant, family practice based in the Cotswolds, and Jane Hartley and Guy Beresford pride themselves on being able to make a difference for patients of all ages.
We offer osteopathic treatment to the general public in the easily accessible location of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The clinic offers a natural and safe approach to healthcare that can benefit allages from the very young to the elderly, from active sportspeople to sedentary individuals. Our ethos is patient-centred care as we seek to tailor our treatment to your own specific and unique needs.
We offer osteopathic care for the whole family and tailor our treatment programmes to each patient. Our clinics are situated in quiet surroundings with free parking available. Most conditions requiremore than one visit and we discuss the best options that suit each individual.
Established for over 25 years in the heart of Cheltenham. Our comfortable and spacious clinic is situated in a beautiful regency villa with on-site, off road parking. The Vineyard is a multidisciplinary clinic offering Osteopathy, Chiropody/Podiatry, Sports/Remedial massage. Our professionals are fully qualified with many years experience. We have good relations with local GP practices, consultants and the Frenchay Neurosurgeons.
Osteopathy is a long established therapy which concentrates on the musculoskeletal system and aims to balance the structure of the body so that it can function efficiently. Osteopathy is verysuccessful in the treatment of a wide range of conditions. An osteopath will consider all aspects of a patient's life including their past medical history and lifestyle. Osteopaths treat using their hands to treat any areas of imbalance to aid the body's own healing mechanism.
Whilst these kinds of changes happen in all of our lives, very rarely do they happen over such a short space of time and so rapidly. I am trained to help deal with any factors that might impede orimpact these important changes. I have researched the effect stress can have on pregnancy and on the foetus. It is important to be mindful that all aspects of our being must aspire to remain healthy and balanced, not just our musculoskeletal system.
Osteopathy South West is the name for clinics linked together by Osteopath Katie Johnston, who since recently moving to the South West of England has begun forging links between clinics. Katie is anaward winning osteopath who offers top quality osteopathy based on the latest research and clinical guidelines. She takes a global view of any musculoskeletal condition to allow the patient to feel better and even improve upon their health!
Welcome to my Site, I am Carmel Smythe, I am a osteopath based in Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. Osteopathy can treat a wide range of conditions, including back and joint pains, headaches and evenArthritic complaints. I graduated from The European School of Osteopathy in 1989 after completing a 4 year course. Since then I have been working in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury, where I have enjoyed the challenge of treating a wide range of complaints.
I was born raised and educated in Worcester. I went to The King's School Worcester and from there I attended The British School Of Osteopathy. I graduated at the beginning of the 1990's and for thenext few years worked in practices across the UK from Dorset to Dumfries and Essex to North Yorkshire. In January 96 I moved to New Zealand and worked at what was then the country's busiest practice where I saw between 60-75 patients a week.