Lynne trained at the British School of Osteopathy (now The University College of Osteopathy) where she was a clinic tutor, and has been in practice since 2001.
She enjoys drawing on a wide range of osteopathic techniques – structural, cranial and visceral- to suit the needs of different patients and address strains ...read more
How Does Osteopathy Help?
The central idea in osteopathy is that the body will function properly and self-adjust to maintain good health as long as all the moving parts of the structure are free to move mechanically as they should.
As we go through life, we pick up knocks and strains and bad postural habits which prevent us from functioning well mechanically and our bodies are eventually unable to compensate for this ...read more
When you come for your first appointment, a double length session is booked so that the osteopath can gather all the information necessary to understand your problem and ensure that it is safe to treat you. Typically this will take about 1 hour.
First, a detailed case history is taken. This starts with the story of your current problem: your symptoms, when and how it happened and progression since onset...read more.