Osteopath & Founder
Its nice to know about the person you’ll be meeting, so here’s a little bit about me…
In 2011, I embarked on the Masters of Osteopathy degree course at Swansea University. I attended lectures based on anatomy & physiology, pathology & therapeutics and principles of osteopathic technique. I gained my 1000 clinical hours working within the university’s on-site clinic as well as within Swansea’s ABMU health board system. In my final year of study I wrote a 20,000 word dissertation on the subject of pregnancy-related low back pain, which spurred my interest in how osteopathy can help pregnant women and children.
After graduating in 2015 with a First Class Honours degree in Osteopathy, I took a year out of study before enrolling on the Diploma for Paediatric Osteopathy (DPO) course at the prestigious Osteopathic Centre for Children. This course required me to complete 90 days of clinical learning within two clinics across London, providing osteopathic care to children with various health conditions as well as pregnant women. I also had to complete a rotation within Barnet Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), where I was able to develop my hands-on experience with premature or severely ill babies. This learning was overseen by some of the most experienced paediatric osteopaths in this country. I completed this training in early 2019.
Since then, I have had a daughter and spend a lot of my time devoted to her, however I have recently returned to work and have since been working on building up my practice from three different clinics across Norfolk.
I am passionate about people’s health and am constantly striving to keep my knowledge base up to date and expanding in order to provide the best care I possibly can for you.
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