The OCC is a registered charity offering paediatric osteopathy to babies, children, pre and post-natal patients since 1991 in Southfield clinic, Warren Street clinic and Shoreditch clinic. The diploma in Paediatric osteopathy involves theoretical studies which focus on baby and child physiology and pathology, along the growth process. The structure of the course requires continued written and clinical assessment followed by an end of year exam. I choose to attend the OCC every 2 weeks as it is internationally recognised as a leading paediatric training course. This requires travelling to London every two weeks to work in the Children’s clinic in London.
Alongside my studies, I have also travelled solo to 20 different countries, gaining a newfound appreciation for diverse cultures and meeting people from all over the world.
Throughout my life, I have participated in 20 different sports, including 12 years of ballet and 15 years of horse riding. The discipline required for sports has taught me invaluable lessons which I can apply in clinic, supporting patients with sporting goals. Practicing sports is a key aspect of maintaining general health and well-being.
I chose to practise Osteopathy in Ireland as I lived 4 years in London and wanted to be closer to nature and have the opportunity to go on long hikes around the countryside. I am thoroughly enjoying all that Cork and Ireland has to offer. I appreciate the beautiful scenery and all the hidden gems that patients have told me about. I am delighted to be part of the Osteopathic team and really enjoy working with Judith, Damien, and Margherita.
It would be my pleasure to welcome and treat you at the Mallow, Blarney, and Fermoy Osteopathic clinics.