Meet Charlotte

My treatments combine structural and cranial osteopathy with practical advice and support, including tailored exercises and ergonomics.

I retrained as an osteopath after a 15-year corporate career in the PR, oil and gas and insurance industries. My first career gave me opportunities to travel the world and work with many different people, but I felt my calling was more in a healing profession. I had received osteopathic treatment since I was a teenager which helped me so much, I was drawn back to this as my second career. I absolutely love being able to help people of all ages by relieving their long-term or short-term pains – I know how they feel as I have been there myself!

Since qualifying 11 years ago, I have worked in busy practices in Harley Street in London and in East Surrey, treating a wide variety of conditions for patients of all ages. Over recent years, I have built up particular interest and expertise in treating expectant mothers, babies and children – as well as treating three generations of several families! I have specific obstetric and paediatric training and also my own experience as a mother to a two-year-old.

My treatments combine structural and cranial osteopathy with practical advice and support, including tailored exercises and ergonomics. I strongly believe that chronic and recurrent problems can be avoided. I approach my treatment plans using the osteopathic principle that ‘health can be enabled by supporting the body’s own healing mechanisms’. My aim is to help patients identify, understand and manage the factors that contribute to their patterns of pain and dysfunction. I want to ensure each individual achieves their best health state by becoming more self-aware so they can play a part in their own recovery, ensuring a long-term benefit rather than a quick fix.

I have recently moved to Farnham with my husband and daughter and we love spending time in the countryside walking and cycling as well as gardening and cooking, and I hope to join a local choir soon too.

Qualifications:

  • BSc Hons Osteopathy with 1st class degree and the Don Upton Award – College of Osteopaths (University of Middlesex)
  • BSc Hons Food Science & Nutrition with 1st class degree – University of Wales
  • Cranial Osteopathy (Module 2/3) – The Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation USA (Rollin E Becker Institute)
  • Acupuncture/Dry Needling – Dr Anthony Campbell MRCP Dip Med Ac
  • APNT Diploma with Credit – Sports Injury & Sports Massage
  • ITEC Diploma with Credit – Anatomy, Physiology & Holistic Massage

Special Interests:

  • Pregnancy, Post Natal pains and Women’s Health
  • Osteopathy for Babies & Children
  • Posture and Ergonomics
  • Post Operative Rehabilitation