Hannah is a qualified Osteopath & Medical Acupuncturist with a MSc/MOst (distinction) from Oxford Brookes University. Hannah provides empathic, honest and focused care, and goes above and beyond for her patients. This is reflected in the reviews and recommendations she receives. She provides bespoke Osteopathic assessment and treatment, with exercise prescription. Hannah is passionate about considering a patients environmental, nutritional and emotional influences, which assists her to support each patient in achieving long-lasting pain free results.
Hannah welcomes all ages, from children to elderly, and a wide range of conditions; sports injuries, back pain, stress, to pre and post-partum pain. Hannah has ran several international half and full marathons, this has led her to develop an understanding of how sports injuries can affect an athlete physically and emotionally, and has a passion to help people to return to activities they love doing!
Hannah is a member of Oxfordshire Osteopathic Network (OON) and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOSc).
Since graduating Hannah has completed a first aid course, a course in dry needling/ western acupuncture, GoodBoost certificate, a tensegrity workshop, and advanced practical techniques (OON practical days).
Her treatment focus is very patient dependent and may be classed as structural; however, she have a strong interest in classical, cranial and visceral Osteopathy, alongside pain science. She is confident with HVT techniques when and where indicated, and soft tissue, trigger point and positional release techniques as and when needed.
Hannah enjoys creating personalised rehab / home exercise plans that fit into a patient’s/client’s daily life – and receives positive feedback regarding this. She is constantly striving to help empower those she sees, remove barriers for patients/clients, and treats in a friendly and focused manner, always leaving space for a patient to explain fully how they are feeling.
Hannah gave a talk in May 2019 for Oxford University’s mental health week, to provide their students with helpful tips to combat stress and anxiety (from an osteopathic /allied health perspective).