Meet Venetia Powell
Venetia qualified with a Masters in Osteopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. Since graduating she has completed further training in cranial osteopathy, paediatrics, functional osteopathy, dry needling and Neil Asher Technique (for frozen shoulder).
Treatment from Venetia is tailored to each individual, but may include joint articulation, manipulations, massage, visceral techniques (working on the intestines and lymphatic system), strengthening/stretching exercises, dry needling, cranial osteopathy and nutritional advice. Her aim is to help her patients to understand why their problem has arisen and prevent recurrence through treatment, advice and exercise.
Venetia specializes in treating pregnant women and babies.
Meet Richard Skudder
Richard qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2002. He achieved a 1st degree as well as the accolade of 'The Technique Prize' a prize that is given for the most skilful and effective application of treatment to one person within the University. He has since worked for the NHS and Private clinics in London and within the South East, he has also taught Osteopathy at Auckland University in New Zealand and at the British School of Osteopathy in London.
As well as working in private practice Richard works as a consultant for Pure Sports Medicine in London and with Guys and St Thomas’s working in there specialist vestibular and balance clinic.
Meet Matt Brabner
Matt graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London, with distinction, after leaving a career in the travel industry behind.
His experience of the effects of stress, commuting and a sedentary lifestyle means he can relate to a wide range of problems people may experience in their back, neck, shoulders and the rest of their body.
Matt is a keen runner and knows the positive impacts of exercise, as well as some of the pitfalls of overdoing it and can help with many injuries, aches and pains gained from sport and exercise.
Wherever your current problem may be, Matt will spend time assessing how your general posture and lifestyle may be contributing to any local muscular or joint problems and devise a tailored treatment plan for you.