Miranda is a fully qualified and registered osteopath with an extensive range of experience in structural and cranial techniques. The variety of people who can gain real benefit from osteopathy hasalways inspired me. It's hugely rewarding to make a difference to patients, whether they are at school, at work, or retired.
Selected in 2011 as one of only 25 Osteopaths to work within the central medical teams at both the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games within the inter-disciplinary Physical Therapies teams. Davewas located in the Olympic Sailing Village in Weymouth. Since 2010 he has also held the position of Development Officer for the Osteopathic Sports Care Association (UK).
Osteopathy is a patient centered method of healthcare built on the understanding that a person's health is dependent on the effective functioning of their structure (ligaments, tendons bones etc.).Osteopathy is concerned with improving the functioning of a person's structure to positively impact their health, this is achieved, where possible, without the need for drugs or surgery.
I originally come from Brittany in France and moved to the UK 10 years ago for the purpose of studying Osteopathy. I now hold a Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy and I am registered with the GeneralOsteopathic Council, a member of the British Osteopathic Association and the Sutherland Society. I had heard of the excellent reputation of British Schools.
Jay is a results oriented Osteopath who I highly recommend. Whether using his skills for myself or my clients, I can be sure Jay will deliver a significant improvement or complete resolution of anissue or multiple issues. Few Osteopaths in the south west can deliver, Jay Ruddock does.
Osteopathy uses massage techniques, articulation and manipulation and can be combined, where appropriate, with dry needling (acupunture techniques) as well as advice on exercise and maintenance tohelp reduce physical pain and immobility and promote well being. Treatment can be beneficial for a broad range of individuals, from desk workers to the very active, and all age ranges.
The Bath Practice is a long established professional and friendly complementary health centre. In order to get the best from our therapies, we treat our patients holistically. This means that not onlydo we understand the problems which our patients bring to us, but also how those problems came about, and how they may relate to other aspects of their health. All our practitioners are fully qualified and follow the code of conduct of their respective professions.
I had been experiencing inexplicable vertigo, headaches, dizziness and nerves. I had been to see a few different doctors with no solution. Bevis' approach was clear, putting me at ease from the firstsession and solved my issues over the course of the programme through some easy but effective techniques. He also helped me understand why these things were happening and taught me how to prevent these issues from taking over in the future with some simple exercises I could do in my own time.
I graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1988 after a corporate career in large companies as diverse as Rolls-Royce Aero Engines in Derby and Rank Xerox in London, working in areas ofcomputing, finance and acquisitions. I became dissatisfied with corporate life and intrigued by osteopathy after reading an article in a magazine. After researching the subject I decided to retrain. On graduating I moved to Bath and began to practice.
Our numerous Pilates classes are categorized at different skill levels so you'll be sure to find a class that suits your requirements. We keep our classes small, ensuring you get personal attentionfrom our teachers as they guide you through your session. Our teachers work closely with our in-house osteopaths, sports massage therapists and other doctors and physiotherapists for those people requiring rehabilitation.