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  • Areas of Expertise
  • Neck pain - tension, headaches and stiffness.
    Shoulder pain - including frozen shoulder and rotator cuff injuries
    Back pain - including hip and leg pain.
    Repetitive strain injuries and sports injuries.
  • Qualifications
  • Certificate in Remedial Massage - 29/9/91 - Midlands School of Massage and Manipulative Therapy.
    Certificate in Advanced Remedial Massage and Advanced Manipulative Therapy - 29/6/1994 - Midlands School of Massage and Manipulative Therapy
    Diploma in Osteopathy - 7/11/1995 - Northern Counties School Of Osteopathy
    BSc (Hons) Ost - 15/10/2001 - College of Osteopaths
    Graduate Diploma in Short Lever Adjustments Modified from Chiropractic - 28/05/2010 Manual Therapy International Postgraduate programs.
    Course in Gonstead Whole Spine Adjustments - April 2013
    Reactivated Technique Stimulating Neurolymphatic Reflexes - June 2013
    Diversified Chiropractic for Nerve Root Impingement - March 2014
    Management of Lumbar Disc Derangements - Feb 2015
    Cervical Spine, Nspine 2015, Dr Iona Collins - June 2015
    Neuromuscular Rehabilitation and Myofascial Manipulation - Feb 2016
    NMR Shoulder Workshop - March 2016
    NMR Neck and Back Workshop - April 2016
    Frozen Shoulder, Simeon Neil Asher Technique, NAT - April 2016


Welcome to Radcliffe-On-Trent Osteopathic Clinic. 

I am a degree qualified General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) registered Osteopath with over 20 years practical experience helping people to heal, move better & become pain free. 

I regularly attend continual professional development (CPD) courses, broadening my treatment methodologies to include massage, myofascial release, trigger points and advanced shoulder protocols.

We have very good success using our Theraflex© and Vibracussor© which help break down long standing adhesions and scar tissue, restoring mobility and reducing pain.

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