Osteopathy Letchworth – Meet the team

Cindy McIntyre DProf Ost BSc Ost (Hons)

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. She is currently an external examiner there. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). Her special interests are total body wellness, chronic pain, pregnancy related pain, problems associated with babies and children, and sports injury’s. She treats with massage and manipulation, cranial osteopathy and dry needling acupuncture. Cindy has studied for many years with the Sutherland Cranial College continually updating and improving her cranial skills. She was awarded an osteopathic doctorate in 2016 from the British School of Osteopathy, and she was one of the first two osteopaths in the world to receive an osteopathic doctorate. Her research study was in osteopathic clinical reasoning with particular interest in how osteopaths make clinical decisions. Cindy is a keen athlete and golfer.

Cemi Rhule, BSc Ost. (Hons)

Cemi graduated from the then British School of Osteopathy (now The University College of Osteopathy) and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. She has experience working with people of all ages and abilities, including babies and children. Cemi loves sport, and used to compete at club and county level in the 100 and 200 meter sprint for Enfield & Haringey athletics club, and since retiring from running has become qualified as a level 3 personal fitness trainer. She participated in voluntary work at the London 2012 Olympics, and was part of the opening ceremony and a games maker as a medical first responder. Cemi works with both structural and cranial osteopathic techniques when treating, and regularly uses western acupuncture in combination in the treatment of musculo-skeletal conditions.

Lorna James BSc Hons (Sports Therapist)

Lorna has been a Sports Massage Therapist for 6 years. She graduated from the University of Bedfordshire and can provide injury rehabilitation, deep tissue massage and myofascial release to help patients get back to doing what they love best. She also works with any musculoskeletal issue not just sporting injuries. She is now also studying Physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire to add to her skill set. In her spare time she trains for, and takes part in Triathlons, and enjoys the gym.

Sarah Hyatt LCPH MARH

Sarah 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.