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About Emma

My desire to become an Osteopath began while at work experience observing a local Osteopath during my A levels, I was amazed at the skill and sensitivity of “hands on practice” with the capability to ease pain and improve mobility in this way. 

 

After four intensive years I qualified in 2007 from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine with a degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a diploma in Naturopathy. The naturopathy developed my interest in understanding the effects of the foods we eat and how what we eat can be useful in assisting recovery and the effects of certain conditions.

I was initially based in Lincolnshire for seven years before moving to Cambridge. Once here in Cambridge I began work at the well regarded, John Lant & Partners, (where I first worked alongside Alex). I continued my part-time study during this time, sadly the clinic closed after the passing of the great Mr Lant. 

 

After much deliberation and searching for premises (a tough task in Cambridge!), I took on the task of starting my own business. I based myself at Dragonfly, Burwash Manor initially. This beautiful and useful location is on the west side of Cambridge. 

Due to the need to expand, sadly I had to say goodbye to Burwash Manor in 2020. However as one door closes, another opens and Back To Your Feet began at The Old Coach House at Harston. This is a fantastic building in a great location and free parking outside the door.

I completed my Masters in 2019. This course gave me a more in-depth observation and assessment of gait analysis and lower limb function and has now positively complemented how we assess in clinic. 

I have treated many patients who have presented with various injuries and different types of pain. This includes all ages, ladies during their pregnancy, postnatal recovery, babies/ children, as well as sports/ fitness related pain. Dysfunction can happen at any age and is not always where the pain is felt. 

Outside of work I have a keen interest in music, singing, playing guitar, and live music.

I have a young daughter who keeps me pretty busy these days however, I consciously like to keep fit and healthy with regular exercise and if I get any other free time I’m usually in the garden. 

Qualifications:

MSc Clinical Biomechanics

PGCert Clinical Anatomy

BSc Osteopathic Medicine

Naturopathy Diploma

APPI Matwork level 1,2,3 and full exam certification. 

Fully registered since 2007

About Emma

Graduated 2007

Special interest:
  Lower limb biomechanics

Emma Osteopath

"The overall effect of how we walk can have dramatic effects to the whole body, the unique style in how we walk can wave a big red flag as to why some issues arise!"

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