Meet Your Team
I founded Osteopathic Consultancy in July 2000 after qualifying from The British School Of Osteopathy. With help from my wife Sharon, Osteopathic Consultancy has grown considerably over the years. The path of Osteopathy was shown to me when I had a shoulder injury whilst swimming. I swam at National Level for many years until my shoulder injury. I then had mainstream medical treatment to try to help my pain. This ended with an Orthopaedic operation on my shoulder. At this time my swimming coach gave me the idea of going to see an Osteopath. I was quite negative about having help from what I saw it at the time as a non-mainstream medical practitioner. I was in such bad pain my parents and I thought we would give it a go. I was very impressed with the Osteopath I saw, his knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology was second to none and he greatly helped my shoulder, leading me to be pain free.
Through my teenage years I also played Football at county and Golf at district standard. With this obvious background in sports I always assumed that my path in Osteopathy would follow sports injuries. When training at the British School Of Osteopathy my interest in sports was maintained, but I began to realise that the use of general Osteopathic medicine could bring great benefits to all types of people from all walks of life. Within the course at The British School of Osteopathy numerous special clinics were run. I participated in these clinics, which consisted of paediatric (children’s) maternity, geriatric (elderly people) and the sports clinic.
In my clinic I see patients from all walks of life and I absolutely love it.
I obtained my M Ost degree in Osteopathy from Swansea University and I also have further qualifications in instrument assisted soft tissue (IASTM), Kinesiology taping and combined Sports & rigid taping.
Alongside my studies I have worked in care helping children with a wide range of complex needs. This gave me a greater understanding of the importance of individuals having the right support for their needs in any context. This reinforces my desire to help others receive the right care. As part of my studies I undertook extensive research centred around the Autonomic nervous system with the goal of developing new approaches in reducing pain and treating bodily dysfunction, this research has provided the base of my treatment approach.
Throughout my studies I have worked as a student osteopath in multiple clinics focussing on pregnancy, sports injuries, chronic pain and general complaints. Outside of studies I have a background in multiple sports competing in combined Mixed martial arts including Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu jitsu and Thai boxing.
I obtained my MOst in Osteopathy and Naturopathy from the British College of Osteopathy in London. This means that on top of osteopathy, I can also provide advice regarding your nutrition.
Osteopathy has always been a part of my life as I was born with club feet. This condition needed daily treatment by both osteopaths and physiotherapists for the first three years of my life.
Once i had my degree, i headed to Mexico to work in a hospital for people with a wide range of severe disabilities. This allowed me to have a varied amount of experience straight out of university.
Whilst I was born in France, I have lived in the UK for my whole life so I am a “fake french”. I can speak 3 languages, English, French and Spanish.
I started working here at Osteopathic Consultancy in May 2017 as the clinic administrator.
I was the weekend administrator at DFS for nearly three years prior to joining the Osteopathic Consultancy family. I decided to change my career as my son was due to start infant school in September and I wanted to find something part time.
I have loved my time at the clinic so far, working closely with Sharon and the Osteopaths. I love the patient contact in the clinic, this is my favourite part. I love helping our patients. We are a busy clinic and I love working under pressure. I am really looking forward to my future with Osteopathic Consultancy and watching the clinic develop further.
My Osteopathic Consultancy journey began in Nov 2020 I am a clinic administrator alongside Hayley, and I am absolutely loving it. I was previously an admin assistant for Enterprise Rent A Car and after 4 years I decided it was time for a new challenge! Being a mum and part of a military family, I am thrilled to have had this opportunity to work part time around the Osteopaths and our patients. I very much look forward to what the future holds as part of the Osteopathic Consultancy family.
I am Alex and Sharon’s daughter so I have been involved with the clinic my whole life. I am still at school and sitting my GSCE’s next summer. I love working in the clinic on a Saturday and meeting and supporting the lovely patients.
I really enjoy being a part of this amazing team. In my spare time I love reading cycling and running. I also play cricket.