Lyndsey’s exceptional anatomical knowledge from her honours degree in Forensic Anthropology, underpins her effective osteopathic practice.
Lyndsey qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2017, having completed a 4-year full-time Masters of Osteopathy. Alongside her studies she also completed an ITEC diploma in Sports Massage Therapy and gained competency in Western Medical Acupuncture through the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS)
Lyndsey came to Osteopathy having completed a degree in Forensic Anthropology (BSc Hons). This course provided in-depth anatomical training including two full terms of cadaveric dissection. She developed a passion for human form and function and felt compelled to go-on to apply her knowledge and develop skills to be able to help people out of pain and dysfunction and on, towards health. She tailors her treatment to suit each patient, using a combination of joint mobilisation, manipulation, muscle energy techniques and soft tissue release technique. She then provides a wealth of practical guidance and exercises to reinforce the treatment between sessions.
When she is not at the clinic, Lyndsey enjoys touch rugby, running and cycling as well as spending time with her friends and family.