Emma gained her Master in Osteopathy from the European School of Osteopathy, is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, and is also a member of the British Osteopathic Association.
She was inspired to become an osteopath after many years observing the effects of cranial osteopathic treatment in herself and other members of her family, as well as in the horses that she exercised.
Emma has experience working in a variety of specialized clinics, treating sports injuries, babies and children, expectant mothers, and older patients. Although osteopathy is commonly thought of as a treatment for back and other musculoskeletal pain, Emma uses it to benefit a wide range of different conditions, and focuses her treatments around both the area causing problems, and the way the rest of the body functions. She does this using a variety of approaches, including cranial, visceral and structural techniques, as well as suggesting exercises for the patient to do at home.