The Osteopathic Clinic Worcester is a versatile healthcare centre in Callow End, Worcestershire. Our team includes osteopaths and massage therapists working together to provide comprehensive care.
Abby Oliver earned her Master of Osteopathy degree from the European School of Osteopathy in 2015, receiving a nomination for Associate of the Year in 2019. Since graduating, she has been an integral part of a multidisciplinary clinic, serving a diverse range of patients. Abby's passion lies in tailoring treatments to meet each patient's unique needs and integrating beneficial exercises and lifestyle recommendations.
Abby's deep fascination with the human body and well-being led her to a fulfilling career in osteopathy. Her specialized training has equipped her with an extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics, enabling her to assess and treat patients with precision and proficiency.
Susan Brazier qualified as an osteopath in June 1998 after completing a rigorous five-year training program at The College of Osteopaths in London. During her final year of training, she gained valuable experience by working in osteopathic clinics in Huntingdon and Spalding, which she continued to be a part of after achieving her qualification. Susan's journey eventually led her to Worcestershire at the end of 1998, where she embarked on a new chapter in her career.
Susan pursued a degree in Health Studies at Worcester University, successfully graduating in 2002. Throughout her academic journey, she delved into specialised courses, particularly those focused on treating golfing injuries, sparking a keen interest in the sport and the common injuries associated with golfers. Committed to her professional development, she furthered her expertise by attending a postgraduate course in Cranial Osteopathy and exploring other facets of cranial sacral therapy which she now utilises at the Osteopathic Clinic Worcester.
In her pursuit of holistic healthcare, she completed comprehensive training in acupuncture, a modality known for its effectiveness in alleviating tight muscles, managing repetitive strain injuries, and addressing acute pain. Her deep-seated passion for osteopathy shines through, making it a profession she wholeheartedly values and cares about.
Initial Osteopathy Consultation & Treatment -£55
Follow Up Treatment -£48
- Cranial Osteopathy
General Osteopathic Council Registration number: 9452
Date of registration: 22 July 2015
Year of qualification: 2015
General Osteopathic Council Registration number: 3473
Date of registration: 26 September 1998
Year of qualification: 1998