Ana Pret


Ana graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London in 2010 and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.


Her interest in Osteopathy started when she needed to have an Osteopathic treatment herself. After seeing the results, and seeing what osteopathy could do, she then decided to become an Osteopath herself. 


After graduating, she had the opportunity to work in Brazil (where she is from), which now gives her the ability to treat not only English but Portuguese and Spanish speaking patients too. 


Ana then continued her training by completing courses on dry needling, visceral osteopathy and also her Post -Graduate diploma on Women's Health with the Molinari Institute of Health in London.

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Suzy Croskell


Suzy has over 10 years experience as an Osteopath. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. She studied for four years at the British School of Osteopathy (now University College of Osteopathy) and prior to this worked as a Diagnostic Radiographer in the NHS.

Suzy really enjoys being an Osteopath and treating patients of all ages. Being a mum of two encouraged her to complete two years further study in the field of women’s health, the post-graduate diploma with the Molinari Institute of Health. She has experienced the effects pregnancy and birth can have on the body and is passionate about helping other women.

Her treatments are tailored to each individual and include structural, visceral and cranial techniques. She is also a Mummy MOT practitioner.

As well as running around after her kids, Suzy enjoys jogging, tennis and yoga.

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Helen Jones


Helen Jones Clinical Soft Tissue Therapist


Helen qualified from the Oxford School of Sports Massage as a BTEC level 5 Soft Tissue Therapist is 2013.

I had worked in the equine industry for 20 years with and this took me all over the world ,however, with that came some injury’s along the way which meant I was living with pain including sciatica for a long time. Eventually i decided to see an osteopath who then referred me to a sports massage therapist in between treatments. In just 2 months I was pain free and made the decision to study soft tissue therapy at the OSSM (Oxford school of sports massage).
I have done many CPD courses along the way including Advanced Soft Tissue Release, Taping and Strapping and Spinal Manipulation and Mobilisations for the Athlete.  In November this year I have signed up for a dry needling course which i am really excited about as it complements my love of Trigger Point Therapy. 

I have a particular interest in neck and shoulder pain which effects so many people day to day. This can be a very sensitive area so I incorporate Muscle Energy Techniques which i find really effective. 
I feel far too many people live with ‘a little bit of pain’ which then causes the body to compensate and before you know it you are suddenly facing a far bigger issue. I love to help clients achieve their goals wether it be anything from climbing the stairs in their home to running up Kilimanjaro!
I have a first aid at work certificate.


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"“Suzy is very professional and caring and I felt well taken care of and my shoulder pain has gone!”

G.M, Stroud