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Cindy is the principal Osteopath who originally started the clinic. Cindy trained and qualified at the renowned British School of Osteopathy where she taught Osteopathic Technique for 7 years to final year students and is now an external examiner. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of The British Osteopathic Association (BOA). Her special interests are chronic pain, sports injuries, post and anti-natal conditions, and problems associated with babies and children. She treats with massage and manipulation, and cranial osteopathy and has studied for many years with the Sutherland Cranial College continually updating and improving her cranial skills. Cindy is a keen athlete and golfer.
Nick is a British School of Osteopathy graduate and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of The British Osteopathic Association. He has experience working with people of all ages and abilities and gets great satisfaction from helping his patients to reduce their pain and improve their ability to function in their day to day lives, sports and hobbies. Nick sees osteopathy as a profession in which you never stop learning and he enjoys constantly broadening a wide range of osteopathic skills including structural, functional and cranial techniques. Nick will be very happy to work with you and your specific needs to improve your pain, health and functional goals.
Sue became a remedial massage therapist through her keen interest in sport. She is an active Triathlete which helps her understand injury rehabilitation. Through her experience as an athlete and therapist she has found that the benefits of massage are far reaching and important for injury prevention.
As part of her continuing professional development Sue believes it is important to update techniques and develop her skills; she is currently studying for a BTech level 6 in Advanced Clinical and Sports Massage. This is a degree level course and the highest qualification that can be achieved in massage therapy. She also recently completed a Myofascial Release Course at The Jing Institute at Brighton; this is an advanced skill for releasing tight muscles.
Sarah Hyatt-Jenkins is a homeopathic practitioner who qualified at The College of Practical Homeopathy in London after a 4 year training programme and 100 clinical hours. She began her interest in homeopathy aged 19 when it was suggested she use Rescue Remedy to calm her nerves during her driving test. She dabbled with flower essences for a few years before consulting a qualified homeopath for a condition that may have required surgery, but after homeopathic treatment this was not necessary. This convinced her to train. She set up her own supervised student clinic in her final year and hasn't looked back since. Sarah treats patients of all ages, male and female, but following the birth of her first child, Sarah was approached by many mothers and began to specialise in pregnancy and birth issues, children's ailments and women's health.