Growing up in Cambridgeshire, Eliot’s aim has always been to open his own practice in his local area. Eliot’s skills are in demand across the region; he also holds clinics in central Cambridge, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire.
"Osteopathy takes into consideration the various components of people’s lifestyle and allows me to build an overall picture of the stresses and strains imposed on their bodies. This allows me to treat them accordingly.”
Eliot is a keen sportsman with an interest in football and squash, which he plays every week. He also loves golf and is always trying to lower his handicap! Because of this, he can appreciate the nature of sports injuries and understands the desire felt by many patients to return to playing as soon as possible.
Eliot also has a particular interest in the treatment of arthritis and age-related conditions.
“In my opinion pain usually presents itself after a build up of different circumstances such as poor posture, gardening or trying a new golf swing. By identifying these compiling factors and treating the body, Osteopathy can be very effective in treating pain and discomfort."
M.Ost (D.O) PG Cert
Originally from Kent, Stephanie worked in private practice in the South East for several years. She relocated to Cambridgeshire, and is kept very busy treating patients of all ages, and with a wide range of complaints–both of the human and animal variety!
“The body is often in pain or discomfort when there is an obstacle preventing the body healing itself such as poor posture, whiplash or stress. Osteopathy works by removing these obstacles, allowing the body to heal itself.”
Her particular interests include the treatment of headaches, traumatic injuries and chronic conditions. She also treats babies, children, and women during and after pregnancy. If you are unsure if osteopathy can help, Stephanie would be delighted to talk to you. Stephanie always aims to work with the whole body to improve function and mobility throughout.
“The logical, holistic philosophy of osteopathy takes into account the entire person and does not just focus on symptoms. This gives us osteopaths an in-depth understanding of the particular complaint, and the person as a whole, and so a treatment plan can be tailored to individual needs.”
In addition to human osteopathy, Stephanie specialises in treating animals, and her skills are much in demand to treat horses in her sister company The Animal Osteopath, where she also treats many horse riders, and their related complaints having specialist knowledge in this field.