After sixteen years in High Wycombe, Steve is retiring to Somerset but will transfer the business and client base to Leah Hammond, Osteopath.
Leah graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy from the International College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2017. She has a solid structural approach to Osteopathy with her additional skills of Level 2 Kinesio-taping and Medical Acupuncture and Ultrasound Therapy.
Leah believes that with many injuries, the area of pain may not be the cause, but the effect of dysfunction elsewhere in the body. She enjoys the challenge of working out the underlying cause of musculoskeletal pain, be it acute or chronic in nature.
Leah enjoys treating people of all ages and walks of life, but has a special interest in treating musculoskeletal back and pelvis pain which many runners and sports people experience.
Leah has a passionate approach to Osteopathy, believing that it has a strong foundation in helping patients enhance their lifestyle in order to maintain active health.
She has recently embarked on the Cranial Osteopathy pathway and is looking to develop these skills within her treatments, combining it with her structural approach. Leah is currently broadening her Paediatric Osteopathic skills using her experience gained from using the Sutherland’s approach to Cranial Osteopathy.
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