Our Team

All osteopaths are fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).

 


John is the principal osteopath at Oundle Osteopaths having started the practice in 1999, previously running a successful practice in Raunds.

Having completed a degree in psychology before qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy, John subsequently returned to lecture and tutor in osteopathic technique, clinical studies and sports injuries. He has been an evaluator for the General Osteopathic Council and an external examiner at various osteopathic establishments in the UK and abroad. He has a particular interest in sports injuries with experience in treating a range of athletes and sportsmen from elite to recreational.

John is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies.


Jo works using primarily structural techniques, such as soft tissue and manipulation.

Jo qualified from the BSO in 1987 and subsequently returned to lecture in osteopathic technique and to work as a clinic tutor for over ten years, before becoming and external examiner in osteopathic technique and clinical competence at various osteopathic education institutions both in the UK, Europe and New Zealand. She is also an examiner for the General Osteopathic Council.

Having chaired the maternity services liaison committee at Kettering General Hospital she has a special interest in treating back and pelvic pain in pregnant women, as well as all other spinal and joint conditions.

Jo practices in Oundle on Tuesday afternoons and Friday mornings, with the remainder of her time spent at Kettering Osteopaths practice. She is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies.


Jody grew up in Northamptonshire and returned to practice here after qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy in 2000 with a BSc(Hons) in osteopathy. He was awarded the technique prize in his year. Jody is happy to treat all musculo-skeletal problems, including sports injuries.

He is at Oundle Osteopaths on Monday and Friday afternoons, and all day on Wednesdays. Jody also practices at Kettering Osteopaths on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Carol qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2001 after completing a four year BSc honours degree in osteopathy. She has worked in the Northamptonshire area since, joining our team in 2005.

As well as using a structural approach, Carol also uses cranial and fascially orientated techniques, and treats those patients requiring a much more gentle approach, such as the very young and very elderly or fragile patients. She works at Oundle Osteopaths on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Kettering Osteopaths on Mondays and Fridays. Carol is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies. Carol is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies.

Ira studied at the British School of Osteopathy from 2011-2016 and completed a four year MSc honours degree in osteopathy.

As well as incorporating a wide range of stuctural osteopathic techniques, he is comfortable using skill sets gained as part of his final year electives, which include cranial and visceral techniques.

He has certificates in sports massage, football coaching, fitness instructing, and tennis competition organising and he also enjoys working as a referee.

Ira is available at Oundle Osteopaths on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and also works at Kettering Osteopaths on Wednesdays and Fridays.


Sam studied at Lincoln University and obtained a degree in Equine Sports Science before training at Writtle College and achieving an Equine Body Worker Certificate. She subsequently trained at the London School of Sports Massage obtaining a LSSM ISRM BETEC level 5 Diploma in Sport & Remedial Massage.

Sam works at Oundle Osteopaths on a Tuesday, Thursday & Friday. She uses massage therapy to treat a range of conditions. The treatment involves a range of techniques including; Soft tissue release, Deep friction techniques, Neuromuscular technique, Muscle energy technique, Connective tissue myofascial release and Positional release technique. Treatments can be tailored for pre & post event massage. All consultations include peripheral joint assessment and posture and core stability assessment. Remedial exercises and rehabilitation advice is given where needed.

Sam has experience of working with athletes from a variety of sports and from the enthusiastic amateur to the professional athlete. She works closely with the osteopathic team and can provide the occasional massage for maintenance or a course of treatment depending on need.

David uses Pure Hypnoanalysis to help people suffering from anxieties, fears and emotional problems as well as running stop smoking sessions. He is a member of the International Association of Pure Hypnoanalysts, the largest organisation of its kind in Europe. The association is dedicated to the professional and ethical use of hypnosis allied to the practice of psychoanalysis for the treatment of nervous disorders and emotional problems.

David has also taught and tutored in Psychology and have advised in the use of personality types in recruitment, as well as giving talks to local groups in addition to being featured on BBC Radio Northampton. Anyone is welcome to come along for a chat, David is available in Oundle on Monday mornings and Wednesday afternoons. Just call to book a FREE Initial Consultation on 01832 272527.

Also see David’s own website: www.ketteringhypnotherapy.com

Melton House

42 West Street

Oundle

Peterborough, PE8 4EF

Tel: 01832 272527