Stephen graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2007 and has experience of treating a wide range of people of all ages. He uses a combination of structural and cranial osteopathic techniques to alleviate the pain and disability associated with developmental problems, postural & workplace factors, the effects of stress, sports & traumatic injuries, and conditions such as arthritis.
Stephen also worked in the Expectant Mothers' Clinic at the BSO, and gained valuable experience working to alleviate the aches and pains associated with normal body changes during pregnancy.
Stephen also works at The Ashfield Practice in Chippenham.
Mags is currently on maternity leave
Mags has had a lifelong interest in helping people to cope with life’s challenges. Having previously gained first class honours in Psychology, she was thrilled to graduate top of her year at the British School of Osteopathy, winning prizes in academic and clinical excellence, and gaining distinction in her Master of Osteopathy degree. Since then she has added a postgraduate certificate in Paediatric Osteopathic Practice to her qualifications.
Mags is passionate about osteopathy and its role in promoting systemic health and overall wellbeing. With first-hand experience working in the media, she is all too aware of the difficulty of balancing personal and professional demands. She believes that osteopathy is ideally placed to help people improve every aspect of their life.
Mags also works at The Ashfield Practice in Chippenham.