Qualifications & Experience
About the head practitioner
Hannah is a graduate from the British School of Osteopathy. She has worked in London, Cambridge and Suffolk, the latter at Stowmarket Osteopaths, an evidence-based practice with a group of 10 practitioners.
Hannah widely uses structural techniques and draws on her background of working at practices that are experienced in Cranial Osteopathy. Currently Hannah works at Spritely Osteopathy as well as freelance to complement the work she does in the equine industry. Her work has taken her internationally following racing and a number of other competitive disciplines.
With a wealth of 20 years of competitive experience in the three-day-event field, Hannah has worked with horses from novice to advanced level. Her osteopathic training was inspired by the need to provide a supporting role to both horse and rider.
Alongside osteopathic treatment, Hannah works with other equine professionals such as veterinarians, master saddlers, sports massage therapists and farriers to ensure a high quality holistic service to optimize successful results.
Courses & CPD
In order to revalidate their registration with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), osteopaths have to submit evidence of 30 hours of continued-professional-development (CPD). This enables us to keep up to date with current developments and new approaches to practice.
- Omega Laser - Introduction to Laser Acupuncture
- Omega Laser - Treatment of Horses and Small Animals
- Dissection - Anatomy of the Canine