Amanda graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1998 having successfully completed the four year degree course. She has worked at various practices since then in Ealing, South Woodford and in Harley Street, London. More recently she worked at a practice in Cambridge before making the decision to set up her own practice.
Amanda is registered with the General Osteopathic Council(GOsC) and is a member of the British Osteopathic Assocation. She regularly attends courses and lectures to fulfill the annual training (CPD) that all Osteopaths are required to complete in order to be a member of the GOsC, and therefore to practice as a Registered Osteopath.
Amanda first learnt about the benefits of Osteopathy after her brother fractured his femur whilst playing rugby as a teenager. He was left with a marked difference in his leg lengths and during his rehabilitation he benefitted greatly from Osteopathic treatments. This inspired Amanda to pursue a career in Osteopathy.
Osteopathy can be suitable for all members of the family. Amanda treats a diverse group of patients including the elderly suffering from chronic pain and arthritis, pregnant women and people of all ages suffering from everyday aches and pains in their back, neck and joints.
Amanda is married to Ian and they have three young children. She tries to keep herself fit with regular jogging, cycling and yoga. She has completed various challenges over the years, often raising money for charity in the process. These include climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for Parents for Inclusion, completing the Moonwalk for Breast Cancer Care and cycling from London to Paris for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.