I was born in England and originally trained as a teacher after completing BA (Hons) and PGCE degrees when I decided to change my career.  I studied and graduated with a BSc (Hons) degree after a five year course at the College of Osteopaths, London.

I was running clinics in Norfolk and Suffolk in England before deciding to relocate to Cyprus and become Larnaca District’s first and currently only registered Osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council (in the UK). I am also Larnaca District’s first and currently only registered Osteopath with the Cyprus Osteopathic Association. In 2012 I was voted onto the board of the Cyprus Osteopathic Association.

I have an interest in problems arising from sports related injuries and enjoy working with patients across their whole life span, from birth through to the senior years. I place emphasis on preventative care and treating the source of the problem. This has fired my enthusiasm for helping patients understand their body and how to maintain their own health.