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Jane Morris
DO, PGCE, Dip Acup, MSc, MBAcC

HCPC registered

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My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

 

Osteopathy, Traditional Acupuncture, Western Medical Acupuncture, Functional Movement Rehabilitation.

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1987.

The range of conditions I treat includes...

 

Musculo-skeletal issues including complex chronic pain problems, back pain, neck pain, headache and migraine, joint pain, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, postural problems related to work, driving, lifestyle and pregnancy and sports injuries.

I love it that I can help people by...

 

Getting them out of pain, working with them to solve their health problems. I’m passionate about helping them to make small changes that can add up to a big difference in their quality of life and improve the waythey go about their day to day life to avoid further injury or pain in future.

My perfect patient is...

Someone who is prepared to make the commitment to work with me to create the change they need
in their lives and lifestyle. Someone who has the mindset to follow through on the exercises and changes between treatments to see a long-term gain from our work together.

Ask me about...

So many things to talk about! From my five cats, to my allotment – especially tips on keeping down weeds! In fact, anything outdoors whether it’s walking, cycling or running.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

When training, I was tutored by Professor Laurie Hartman, a worldwide pioneer of osteopathic techniques since the 1960s. I practice yoga and use aspects of the discipline in partnership with my other skills to help treat people.

 
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Hasnain Chandoo
MD, BSc (Hons) Ost. ND, Registered Osteopath

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Osteopath, cranial osteopath, Western medical acupuncture.

I’ve been in the practice since...

2001.

The range of conditions I treat includes...

  • Back pain

  • Sciatic pain

  • joint pain

  • muscular aches

  • strains

  • shoulder and neck pain, including Frozen Shoulder and Tennis Elbow

  • Arthritic and mobility problems

  • whiplash type injuries

  • migraine and headaches coming from our structural system

  • sports Injuries and foot problems

  • chronic pain management

  • repetitive strain injury(RSI)

  • sinus pain

  • stress related conditions

  • teeth grinding and jaw problems

  • postural problems caused by pregnancy, driving or work.

I love it that I can help people by...

Being a listening ear, helping relieve their pain, helping them understand their condition and advising on how best to manage it, including exercises and lifestyle changes so they can ultimately improve their quality of life.

My perfect patient is...

All patients, as each person is unique and it gives me great professional satisfaction to support them in their recovery or maintenance.

Ask me about...

All of the languages I speak, where I did my medical degree and my love for travel.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I studied Naturopathy alongside Osteopathy and have a particular interest in ancient remedies and Ayurvedic medicine which can complement Osteopathic treatment and provides a holistic approach to the patient’s condition.

 
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Anthony McEwan
MSc Biology, MOst in Osteopathy

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Osteopath, Cranial Osteopath, Western Medical Acupuncture.

I’ve been in the practice since...

2014.

The range of conditions I treat includes...

A variety of muscle and joint issues including general aches, pains and niggles, sports injures, postural problems – in other words I’m happy to work with you from top to toe!

I love it that I can help people by...

Getting a full holistic picture of my patients. By understanding their work, lifestyle and hobbies I gain the insight I need to offer them the best advice and treatment.

My perfect patient is...

Someone who wants to apply themselves and work with me so we can solve their problems together,

helping them get better at the fundamental things we all do, such as standing, walking and sitting for healthier, pain-free lives. I get satisfaction from helping people change their lifestyles and improve the way they move and carry out their jobs.

Ask me about...

Sport. Particularly marathons, triathlons, rowing, martial arts, football, rugby and hockey.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I had a varied career before becoming an osteopath, competing in multiple sports and working in finance, sales, offices, bars and restaurants. I even worked as a lifeguard for a time. I’ve played rugby, football, cricket, rowing, athletics, running, triathlons and martial arts competitively.

 

All this experience has given me a real understanding of the different stresses and injuries people can experience.

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Holly Wilkinson
 

MSc OST, Registered Osteopath

HCPC registered

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My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Osteopathy, Sports Massage Therapist, Therapeutic laser for MSK conditions

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

2020

The range of conditions I treat includes...

A variety of musculo-skeletal issues including general aches, pains and niggles from your head to your toes.

I love it that I can help people by...

Problem solving, figuring out the best treatment approach for each patient, to reduce pain, improve performance or prevent injury.

My perfect patient is...

Anyone who wants to improve and create a positive change within themselves and their lifestyle and likes a have a bit of a giggle while doing so!

Ask me about...

Horse riding, figure skating and yoga. You can also ask me about the health and fitness benefits of pole dancing.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

Before I became an osteopath I worked in the horse racing industry which has given me an insight into the mental and physical demands of competitive training.

 
 
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Kaseem Javed

BSc (Hons) Podiatry SRCh  MChS

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Podiatry Biomechanics, Sports injures, Diabetes, Rheumatology and Paediatrics

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1999​

The range of conditions I treat includes...

General foot care such as nail cutting, drilling and in-growing toenails, reduction of corns and calluses and verrucae treatment. Foot assessment and monitoring for diabetic patients. Assess foot posture and gait and prescribe insoles and orthotics for patients with foot, knee, hip and low back pain.  

I love it that I can help people by...

Seeing people that have walked in with pain and discomfort to walk out pain free.

My perfect patient is...

Someone who has pain when they walk or run, and by using my skills I can figure out what the

problem is and help them continue with their activities without pain.

Ask me about...

I love cars, always have done.

I also like to keep fit, going to the gym and have in the past done Tai Boxing

I also love spending time with my kids.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

My job as a podiatrist is more than just cutting toe nails and sorting out hard calluses.

I enjoy the biomechanical side of my job  - making people orthotics / insoles in their shoes where necessary. 

 

In the past I have been involved with giving podiatry and sports massage services at both the London marathon and the Pathfinder Walk in Cambridgeshire

 

I was also previously a Diabetic foot specialist, and involved with the use maggots for surface wounds and even small fragments of bone debridement.

 
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Chris Shannon

OStJ, Consultant Physiotherapist MSc Physiotherapy, FSOM, MSOM, MCSP, Dip RG/RT, Dip Inj Ther. Dip Ortho Med, Dip MSK Med, Certs Acupuncture. HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

I specialise in the management of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and rheumatological conditions, sports injuries and rehabilitation using a combination of manual therapy, electrotherapy, acupuncture and progressive rehabilitation regimes.

I have additional expertise in techniques including K-Laser Therapy, Musculoskeletal Medicine, Sports and Exercise Medicine, Podiatric biomechanics. 

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1984

The range of conditions I treat includes...

I treat all musculoskeletal conditions including back and neck pain, sports injuries including muscle, tendon and ligament injuries. My background in orthopaedics and rheumatology enables me to look after patients with joint injuries or conditions affecting the upper and lower limbs which includes the shoulders, hands, hips knees and ankles. 

I love it that I can help people by...

Giving patients the treatment, advice and education they require for a full recovery, and saying a fond farewell to patients after full recovery from their condition or injury knowing that I have prepared them well enough to prevent further injury or problems.

My perfect patient is...

The patient who commits to working with me and doing everything possible to manage and improve their own condition.

Ask me about...

Music, singing, Rotary, travel and adventure, road cycling, sailing, skiing.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

As a military physio (1972-2001) I have treated casualties and patients in many conflict zones including The Falklands and Kosovo.

I was the Academy Physio at Tottenham Hotspurs in the early 1990’s, and lectured on the Football Associations Diploma in Sports Injuries for many years.

Winner of the 2006 Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and British Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine Symposium Poster Prize (Diagnosis and Management of Trochanteric Bursitis) 

Physiotherapist for Olympic Sailing/Windsurfing  at London 2012 Olympics.

Set up and established an NHS style clinic in Southern China and ran several courses on the treatment and management of shoulder, back and neck pain at The University Hospital Kunming

 
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Sarah Massey

 

BSc. (Hons) Physiotherapy. PG Cert. Physiotherapy MCSP HCC reg. APPI trained

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Physiotherapy, Western medical Acupuncture, Pilates, Therapeutic laser for MSK conditions

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1998

The range of conditions I treat includes...

Musculoskeletal issues including sports injuries, rheumatology, trauma and elective orthopaedic surgery and private neurosurgical and pain clinic referrals.

I love it that I can help people by...

first listening to their individual story and needs so I can use my love of problem solving to treat their needs through physiotherapy and exercise techniques. 

My perfect patient is...

one that is motivated and committed to taking on lifestyle changes and working with me.

Ask me about...

my son who keeps me entertained and busy. I also enjoy swimming and going to the gym.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I used to volunteer as a physiotherapist for British Gymnastics and I am a qualified gymnastics coach.

 
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Gomahan Chelliah 

 

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

 

MSK and Orthopaedics Therapeutic laser for MSK conditions

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1991

 

The range of conditions I treat includes...

As a physiotherapist, I treat a range of conditions with a variety of treatments for example:

  • Post-operative physiotherapy management 

  • Back pain 

  • Neck Pain 

  • Frozen shoulder 

  • Rotator cuff injury 

  • Repetitive strain injury

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome 

  • Wrist pain 

  • Back pain 

  • Hip pain 

  • ACL

  • Bursitis

  • Anterior knee pain 

  • Calf strain

I love it that I can help people by...

Providing high quality treatment which keeps my patients’ needs as the focal point enabling me to offer excellent level of care. 

My perfect patient is...

Someone whose condition I can treat to the best of my ability; I especially enjoy treating patients with musculoskeletal and orthopaedic issues as this is my area of expertise. 

Ask me about...

I like to cook particularly Indian food, I love gardening and being in open spaces and I also love riding my road bike, getting around and seeing some of the countryside. 

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

Over my 30 years of working as a physiotherapist, I have developed a keen interest in the treatment of shoulder related problems. Which has driven me to refine and perfect my treatment of shoulder conditions. 

 
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Wendy Goodman 

 

LicAc. MBAcC, MTMA. 

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Traditional Acupuncture (Toyahari – Japanese acupuncture)

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1999

 

The range of conditions I treat includes...

improvement of general wellbeing, relaxation, some health maintenance, relief of tension and migraine headaches, lower back pain and neck pain and many more.

I love it that I can help people by...

bringing them relief from symptoms they  are experiencing. Acupuncture is offers a way to ease suffering and I love to see people looking more peaceful after a treatment. 

My perfect patient is...

one who feels better!

Ask me about...

Rowing, I love being in the water in my kayak, but only when it’s not too cold. You can also ask me about my dog, Harri and I’m always happy to talk about good TV drama. 

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I still want to be practicing acupuncture when I’m 80. The Japanese acupuncture style I use, with very fine needles, was originally practised only by the blind, due to the incredible sensitivity at their fingertips. 

 
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Kaiti Noble 

 

BSc (Hons, Pod.Med), BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, MSCh, HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Podiatry Therapeutic Laser Therapy for Podiatry conditions

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

2015

 

The range of conditions I treat includes...

General foot care, nail cutting and drilling, removal of corns and callus, diagnosis and treatment of forefoot, heel and knee pain, prescription of insoles and orthotics, biomechanics assessment, ingrown toenails, verrucas, diabetic good assessment and care. I can also assess and treat paediatric foot conditions.

I love it that I can help people by...

being curious, sympathetic and patient, listening carefully to understand their conditions and get to the root of any problem.

It’s important to me that my patients feel confident I’ll offer the most effective treatments available. 

My perfect patient is...

someone who is willing to take advice to improve their lower limb condition and lifestyle.

Ask me about...

cooking, baking and growing my own vegetables, I enjoy them all. 

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I was trained to hand-make functional insoles and I still often make them for my patients, offering another option in addition to prefabricated ones and lab-produced custom-made ones.

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Patrick Lineham

BSc (Hons) Podiatry, MChs 

HCPC registered

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Podiatry and Therapeutic laser for  podiatry conditions

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

2006

 

The range of conditions I treat includes...

General foot care including nail cutting and drilling, reduction of corns and callus, verruca treatment, nail surgery for ingrowing toe nails plus foot assessment and monitoring for diabetic patients. I also assess foot posture and gait and prescribe insoles and orthotics for patients with foot, knee, hip and low back pain as well as repetitive sports injuries.

I love it that I can help people by...

the almost instant relief of pain I can give to

patients who have suffered with their feet for a long period of time.

My perfect patient is...

someone who is prepared to listen and consider my advice.  

Ask me about...

The great outdoors. I have two rescue dogs Danny and Dora who enjoy their daily walks and try to crowd me out on the sofa. I love to walk, run and cycle. I’m also a keen photographer. My family and my garden take up plenty of my spare time. 

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I spent many years as an IT Consultant before studying for my Degree in Podiatric Medicine. 

 
 
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Roy Palmer

 

Member of the  Society of Alexander Technique Teachers

My therapy/treatment specialisms are...

Alexander Technique 

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1998

 

The range of conditions I treat includes...

how to move with less effort and poise to reduce the undue stresses and strains many of us place on our bodies. This can go a long way to preventing muscle fatigue, a major contributing factor to pain, and help to improve your posture, breathing, circulation and sense of well-being.

I love it that I can help people by...

Teaching people of all ages and abilities and seeing them doing something with ease that had previously proved difficult. This might be running, getting into a squat, walking without pain, or even just sitting at a desk without discomfort.

My perfect patient is...

someone who wants to change, and is keen to try something different. And of course, an open mind goes a long way.

Ask me about...

I'm an Athletics Coach at Cambridge & Coleridge AC teaching javelin. I also lecture on the Northampton University BA (Hons) Acting course I've written three books on sports performance.  ‘The Performance Paradox’ (2001), 'Zone Mind, Zone Body’ (2006) and 'Golf Sense’ (2010).

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

What I’m writing now. I write fiction for a hobby. My genres are science fiction, horror, and currently, epic fantasy. 

 
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Polly Donald

 

Receptionist

My specialisms are...

Helping Hazel keep the practitioners under control!

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

2009​

My perfect patient is...

Ones that are still happy to chat even though sometimes they are in great pain. I enjoy talking with them on a regular basis to see how they are benefiting from the treatment.

Ask me about...

Books - I love a good thriller book or film. Recommendations always welcome. We moved into our present home 11 years ago its now 100 yrs old and needed a lot of TLC, but I love decorating and gardening so tips are gratefully received. 

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

 I previously worked for Boots the Chemist for 25 years and was always proud of our customer service record. For me, the customer or patient always come first.

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Kirsty Goddard-Holmes

 

Forrest Yoga Teacher

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My specialisms are...

Forrest Yoga is a healing, deep breathing practice. All I ask is that you come with an open mind to learn what is possible. The class is suitable for beginners or advanced practitioners.

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

2020

How Forrest Yoga helps you...

Forrest Yoga is a healing system of yoga with a healing intent woven throughout the practice.  I can teach you how to: 
 

  • Breathe - Conscious control of breath allows us to calm and sooth our nervous system

  • How to feel - Forrest Yoga targets our habits of disconnection and avoidance. Slowing the asana practice down and holding poses for longer periods, gives the opportunity for feelings and sensations to arise.
     

  • Work your core - included in every single class it forms the foundation for getting into more complex or challenging poses, but on a deeper level connection to your core allows you to get out of your head and into your body. Working the core provides so many benefits on every level for mind and body.

If you’re looking to increase your strength and stamina, release tension and stress, improve your breathing, reconnect to your body, and build a personal healing practice, Forrest Yoga is a great choice. It is unlike other styles of yoga you have done, but you will recognise elements of other yoga styles within the system. Just be open to doing things a new way. You will come to understand and appreciate these ways of doing things. 

I love it that I can help people by...

Teaching my students how to work with their own bodies, to do poses in their own way and to help students feel space, connection and release within their bodies.

My perfect client is...

A student that can come with an open mind to learn what is possible – it may not be instantaneous but you will start to feel the benefits even after the first class!

Ask me about...

Anything yoga related! 

 

Let me know your specific requirements and I will help you to work within your own body and your own limits. 

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I have been practicing yoga of different styles for over 15 years – I like to integrate different styles into my classes where appropriate. I am also an Administration and Finance Manager – I love organising!

 
 
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Hazal Lawrence

 

Practice Manager

My specialisms are...

Keeping the practitioners under control!

I’ve been in the practice since...

 

1996

My perfect patient is...

One who has a ready smile for us and - ultimately - one who gets better. 

Ask me about...

My family. Hubby, two daughters and a grandson. I love them all to bits. I love reading, walking, watching all types of sport and the odd glass of wine.

What’s a fact about you as a professional that people might not know?

I spent a year in Australia before I moved to Cambridgeshire and since then have loved to holiday in the sun but always see England as home.