I am an experienced osteopath who specialises in cranial osteopathy, paediatrics and the treatment of pregnant and post-partum women.
Educated in Norwich before attending the prestigious University College of Osteopathy (formerly the British School of Osteopathy) in London, I graduated with a degree in Osteopathy in 2005. Following this I gained a Masters degree in Paediatric Osteopathy, which I trained for at the Osteopathic Centre for Children – the clinical arm of the Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy. Today I am one of only a handful of osteopaths in the country who hold this qualification.
I also hold a degree in Physiology from the University of Aberdeen which, along with the osteopathy training I undertook, equips me with an extensive scientific knowledge of the human body.
My aim is to provide a holistic approach to osteopathy for everybody and, although I specialise in Cranial osteopathy, paediatrics and pregnant and post-partum women, I enjoy treating patients of any gender and of all ages using a variety of techniques.
I currently am the Chairperson of the Norfolk Osteopathic Society where I was previously Treasurer, a Member of the Osteopaths for Progress in Headaches and Migraines and a recommended provider of treatment for Pelvic Girdle pain with the Pelvic Partnership.
Outside of osteopathy I have an interest in breastfeeding and new mothers. I have trained in the management of breastfeeding to a UNICEF standard, as a peer breastfeeding supporter with Open College Network and am on the Maternity Voices Partnership Committee where I act as a user representative.
I live in Norwich with my husband and two children and enjoy Gardening and playing tennis in my spare time.
General Osteopathic Council Registration number: 5896