Billy trained at the British School of Osteopathy following his keen interest in sports and injury rehabilitation. He has experience working with his local football club, Ebbsfleet United and he plays most racquet sports ranging from social to competitive levels.
Billy is an associated practitioner with UK’s leading arthritis charity, Arthritis Action. He has considerable experience treating patients with osteoarthritis, helping them to regain function (to return to work, to be active, to dance!) and ultimately improving their quality of life. Apart from that, he also specialises in the treatment of neck and shoulder pain.
Outside work, Billy enjoys spending time with his partner and friends. He loves anything to do with sports, gadgets, food and travelling.
Jasmine trained at Swansea University and has graduated with first class honours in her Masters in Osteopathy degree. Jasmine has a particular interest in joint hypermobility, of which she thoroughly researched as part of her dissertation.
Jasmine has had experience in working in both private and NHS clinics during her training, with particular focus on chronic pain. She strongly believes in educating and reassuring patients so they can fully understand their pain and treatment.
In her spare time Jasmine enjoys playing the piano and guitar, and cycling. Jasmine is also passionate about animals, having done dog training for several years, and completed postgraduate training in Animal Osteopathy.
Kathrin is a registered Osteopath after completing a 4-year masters degree at the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone, Kent. Since qualifying, Kathrin has worked as an Associate Osteopath in clinics in Kent and London, treating patients with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and injury rehabilitation for athletes.
Kathrin also gained further experience with the Osteopathic Sports Care Association on work placements providing athlete care at sporting events. She has completed advanced courses in medical acupuncture and kinesiology taping.
Kathrin’s speciality is to restore postural function to prevent pain/injury and rehabilitate both day-to-day and sporting scenarios. Kathrin strongly believes in the use of tailored exercise and physical activity to help patients understanding their injuries.
Kathrin has a strong sporting background in Tai Chi, Martial Arts, and Equestrian sport. She is trained to Level 3 as a Martial Arts Coach. Her knowledge of movement and posture is based both on her osteopathic education and her extensive experience in training and teaching Tai Chi and Martial Arts.
In her spare time Kathrin is happiest when spending time with her horses and other animals, practicing Martial Arts or spending time with her friends.
All our osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and are members of the Institute of Osteopathy.