With over 15 years of experience I have found combining osteopathic principles with cranial and visceral osteopathy to be an effective tool in reducing pain in a a quicker time frame. The combination of a global appreciation of health with very specific diagnostic and treatment tools has been effective in treating a variety of health issues. Adding my experience as a sports therapist and gym instructor allows me to provide specific exercise programmes for resulting in reduced reinjury and improved health.
Over the 15 years of treating babies and children, I have found combining visceral and cranial osteopathy to be incredibly effective in reducing discomfort pain and tension in new borns and the young children.
Why Listen, Touch, Heal?
10 years ago I was fortunate to attend Visceral Manipulation Workshop run by the Barral Institute. Emphasis was placed on using our hands to feel for very subtle disturbances within the body, and to LISTEN to the information the body is sending. Using in depth anatomy and our TOUCH to remove blockages and allow the body to HEAL. I am continually amazed at how this subtle work provides such impressive results.
BSc Osteopathy, Middlesex University, COET, (2001)
BSc Human Biology, Kings College, University of London (1989)
MSc Biomedical Research Science, Kings College, University of London (1993)
ITEC Sports Therapy Diploma, ITEC. Covering sports massage, exercise therapy and sports injury rehabilitation (1996)
YMCA Gym and Fitness instructor Diploma (1995)
Clinic Director and Lecturer Irish College of Osteopathic Medicine. National Training College. 2013-2015.
Clinic Tutor of Irish College of Classical Osteopathy. 2001-2003
Clinic Supervisor Littlejohn Centre Childrens Team. 2002-2006.
Post Graduate Training.
Craniosacral Therapy module 1 and 2.
Sutherland Cranial Osteopathy modules 2 and 3.
Barrel Institute; VM1, VM2, VM3, VM4, NM1, NM2, UEX, LEX, Advanced Spine and Pelvis, Visceral Peadiatric, LT1, LT2.
Osteopathic Council of Ireland (Council and Chair of Ethics 2011-2013) (Accreditation Committee 2016-Current).
General Osteopathic Council, UK