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To help you get on track quickly after an acute injury such as joint sprain, muscle injury, book an appointment with one of our Osteopaths Hannah, Milly or Georgia.

When you attend the clinic for an appointment the Osteopath will take a thorough case history and then examine you using standardised orthopaedic tests to provide you with a diagnosis, treatment plan and prognosis.

If the Osteopath has any concerns about the severity of the injury they will refer you to the most appropriate health care provider for further investigation.

Treatment may involve any or all of the following once a diagnosis has been established:

  • Massage
  • Manipulation
  • Ultra sound
  • RRT (Rapid release Technology)
  • Kinesiology taping
  • Exercise Plan
  • Western acupuncture

If you are unsure whether we can help you please don't hesitate to contact us either by email or phone.

Our Therapists

Hannah Angell

Hannah Angell

Registered Osteopath

Hannah uses a range of techniques depending on the individual including spinal mobilisations, manipulation, kinesiology taping, soft tissue, sports massage and muscle energy techniques. She is also an experienced cranio-sacral osteopath. Hannah has recently retired as an elite triathlete having been competing internationally and representing GB for the past 8 years. Hannah became two time European Aquathlon Champion as well as being selected to represent Team GB at the World Beach Games. Her experience training and competing at an elite level has given Hannah an excellent understanding on a number of sporting injuries and a good understanding of what athletes go through.

Millie Howlett

Millie Howlett

Registered Osteopath

Milly was always an advocate of Osteopathy from a young age. As a keen horse rider, she competed in show-jumping at a national level, and this inevitably caused some sports related injuries. She found that Osteopathy helped her in her recovery and also to regain strength and improve her posture in order to continue competing. She likes to use a wide range of treatments such as joint manipulation, soft tissue massage, kineseo-taping and exercise prescription. She will tailor her treatment to suit each individual client

Georgia Davolls

Georgia Davolls

Registered Osteopath

Georgia graduated with a Masters degree in Osteopathy from The University College of Osteopathy (formally The BSO) and also trained as a sports masseuse. She is a climbing instructor and a level 2 gym instructor. In a treatment Georgia uses a combination of soft tissue work, joint articulation, stretch/strengthening, manipulation, exercise and education to improve function and reduce pain.