I have been helping people since 2011 as a massage therapist and then as an osteopath and naturopath since 2016. During this time I have developed a keen interest in movement, posture and balance of our bodies, as well as how sport, work and stress can affect how our bodies deal with those issues. I also have a particular interest in nutrition, gastrointestinal disturbances and food intolerances, which I approach with a combination of different osteopathic techniques as well as diet and lifestyle changes. For me it is very important to have a great relationship with my patients; this helps me to understand how I can best support and help my clients.
After completing a four-year Master’s degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine I started to work in multidisciplinary clinics where I learned the value of working in a team with different skills in order to help my clients to achieve the best results.
I have experience with working with clients who have suffered from acute, chronic and recurrent pain. I also have experience in the teaching environment as a lecturer of osteopathic techniques and visceral osteopathy.