Olivia Rowley BOst
Structural & Cranial Osteopath
"Our bodies are rarely perfect but can often be quite easily treated to improve function and decrease discomfort."
Olivia Rowley qualified from the British School of Osteopathy with Distinction for clinical excellence in 2009. Olivia is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council and Institute of Osteopathy and has undertaken postgraduate training in Cranial and Paediatric Osteopathy at the Sutherland Cranial College and London School of Osteopathy. Olivia has also trained in dry needling and sports massage and has an interest in Migraine and headache prevention and management with recent CPD with Osteopaths for Progress in Headaches and Migraines (OPHM).
Olivia has been in practice since 2009 and has worked both privately and treating NHS patients, based in London, Brighton, Hove and Steyning.
Olivia likes to get to the cause of each patient's discomfort to help you understand why your body is behaving the way it is. Through greater understanding, manual treatment and by providing individually-tailored lifestyle and exercise advice to her patients, Olivia feels this is the key to managing current problems and avoiding future discomfort.
Having two young children of her own, Olivia is passionate about treating babies with cranial osteopathy and knows the importance of helping mothers throughout pregnancy and in the months after childbirth as their bodies adapt to postural change and the physical challenges of looking after little ones.
Olivia’s own experience growing up as a gymnast, hockey player and horse rider have taught her the legacy old sporting injuries can play and how impacts such as road traffic accidents can influence body patterns.
For further information or to find out if osteopathy is suitable for you, please contact the clinic.
Amy Hunter BOst
Specialist in the management of long-term (chronic) conditions
Amy studied at the British School of Osteopathy and graduated in 2009 with Distinction. She is registered with the General Osteopathic council and has practised as an Osteopath in various multidisciplinary clinics in Sussex since graduating.
Amy also has a first class Anatomy degree from Edinburgh University and until recently, lectured in anatomy to the undergraduate students at the European School of Osteopathy.
With an interest in anatomy and teaching, Amy aims to understand the root cause of problems and her holistic approach to treatment uses a combination of gentle osteopathic techniques to help ease pain and restore normal movement and function, as well as discussing lifestyle, diet and exercise, and helping people to understand how their body works and what they can do to help themselves.
Amy is particularly interested in the management of long term (chronic) conditions and ageing. She has volunteered with an arthritis charity delivering chronic pain management courses.
She is also trained in Dry needling and has a Sports massage qualification.
She demonstrates anatomy to other Osteopaths and manual therapists at Brighton and Sussex Medical School every now and then, gives talks at Brighton Natural Health Centre to other movement therapists, and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.