Leanne completed a BSc degree in Human Kinetics and Ergomonics. She graduated in 2014 from a five-year Master’s degree at the eminent University College of Osteopathy
Harry qualified from Swansea University in 2018 with a First Class Masters Degree.
Josie specialises in Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation as well as soft tissue massage and swedish massage.
Leanne trained as a gymnast from the age of three and her love for movement, health and wellbeing led to her completing a BSc degree in Human Kinetics and Ergonomics from Rhodes University. Whilst traveling in the UK she discovered osteopathy and embarked on a 5 year Master’s programme, graduating in 2014 from the world renowned University College of Osteopathy (formerly the British School of Osteopathy).
Leanne has worked in a variety of health care settings. During her student years she volunteered at the Chapman Clinic and Royal Free Hospital, both specialist clinics in providing osteopathic care for HIV positive patients. In addition, she also spent time in specialist pregnancy and children’s clinics. After moving to Scotland she worked with the former squad physiotherapist for Scotland and the British and Irish Lions.
Leanne has a structural approach to treatment and works closely with biokineticists and Pilates instructors to achieve the best outcome for her patients. She is passionate about getting her patients out of pain quickly and assisting them to achieve their goals; whether it is relieving pregnancy aches and pains, achieving a personal best at the park run (at which you will regularly see her), getting through a day in the office or just being able to walk around the garden pain free.
Leanne has a keen interest in women’s health and has attended several seminars on osteopathy and pregnancy. Having had her own share of pregnancy related back pain she is only too aware of the challenges faced by expectant mothers and how osteopathic treatment can benefit women at this important and exciting time in their lives.
Leanne is registered with the Allied Health Professionals Council (SA).
Harry qualified from Swansea University with a First Class degree in Osteopathy.
He treats all musculoskeletal conditions through a mixed approach of hands-on treatment and specific advice/education. This is catered to the individual and aims to give you control over your condition. As part of his university clinical placement, Harry worked within an NHS referral scheme working with NHS doctors, physiotherapists, and orthopaedic consultants in treating patients with persistent pain. He also experienced the benefits of osteopathy on the quality of life of persistent pain conditions.
Recently, he has started using Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) to treat persistent cases of Tennis Elbow, tendinopathy, and Plantar Fasciiopathy.
He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (No. 9999). He is also a member of the Institute of Osteopathy and the Scottish Osteopathic Society with whom he continually builds upon his skill to support you on your journey.
In his spare time, you’ll find him jumping into ice-cold lochs, cycling, climbing, and following his beloved Derby County.
Specialist Paediatric Osteopath
Katie is an Australian trained osteopath who graduated from RMIT University in 2008. Whilst studying, Katie worked at the largest maternity hospital in Melbourne, fostering an interest in obstetrics and paediatrics which became the focus of her masters program and subsequent postgraduate studies. On graduating, she moved to the UK to undertake the 2 year paediatric program at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London. She then stayed on as a volunteer for 2 years whilst completing further postgraduate training in cranial and classical osteopathic techniques.
In the last 10 years Katie has worked extensively in general practice, speciality clinics centred around obstetrics and paediatrics, osteopathic charities and university led clinics in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Katie is passionate about supporting women through their pregnancies and providing postnatal care for mothers and babies.
Katie is a swimmer, and newly converted runner, and as such understands the importance of a holistic approach to sports and training injuries. She focuses on hands on treatment, injury prevention, rehabilitation and integration between healthcare practitioners in order to support patients whatever the goal.
Katie is recognised by most of the health insurers who cover osteopathy.
Josie has recently qualified from the University of the Highlands and Islands, based at Perth College with a BSc in Hons in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation and a HNC in soft tissue massage. In addition, she also has a diploma in swedish massage. She has knowledge in specialist massage techniques, peripheral joint mobilisations, sports psychology, nutrition, taping and strapping, rehabilitation programmes and biomechanics.
Josie has gained experience working in the Perth College sports massage clinic and by attending sporting events, carrying out pre and post treatment on competitors.
She has completed two half marathons (Edinburgh and Bath) and the 10 in 10 where you compete 10 mountains in the lake district in 10 hours. She has recently taken part in Endure 24, which is a 24 hours team relay running race.