Laurence qualified in 1984 at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has been involved in teaching and examining for some years and was for some time Dean of Clinical Studies at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London before becoming Programme Lead for Osteopathy at Oxford Brookes University. Laurence continues to divide his time between clinical practice, external examining and lecturing. He is also an active sportsman and has played rugby for Stratford upon Avon RUFC for far too many years.
Laurence has appeared as an expert contributer on prime time national television and radio and has contributed to and authored articles in both national newspapers and international journals. As a result of his involvement with The Royal Shakespeare Company he has a special interest in performing arts medicine and a research interest in low back pain.
Elizabeth is a registered osteopath and naturopath and a graduate of the British College of Osteopathic medicine. Elizabeth has completed postgraduate training in cranial osteopathy. As an active sportsperson Elizabeth has a special interest in the treatment of sporting injuries and in addition has a keen interest in the treatment of childhood complaints and the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Sarah qualified from Swansea University with a master’s degree in Osteopathy. During her time at University, she developed an interest in obstetric osteopathy, and completed her dissertation investigating the benefits of osteopathic treatment for childbirth. Sarah has worked both privately and within the NHS, using a variety of osteopathic techniques and has also completed a course in sports taping. Sarah has a keen interest in animals, and has enjoyed both horse riding and keeping a flock of pedigree sheep for many years, she is currently undertaking a part time master’s degree in animal osteopathy.