Natasha graduated from The British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2020, with a master’s degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy. Natasha also holds certification for medical acupuncture (dry needling) and sports taping. She is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council, as of 28 th September 2020.

Since the age of 11, Natasha wanted to work in the health care field. After looking into courses post-GCSE’s and A-Levels, Natasha discovered Osteopathy – realising that this would be a perfect fit for the direction in which she wanted to practice.

Before studying Osteopathy, Natasha worked both as a carer for young adults with disabilities and for a private ambulance company, doing patient transport and first aid cover at events. These jobs really reinforced her love of working with and helping the people and helped Natasha to understand disability, the complexities of it, and how best to approach each person as an individual – an approach that she champions within practice.

Natasha has been an avid horse rider since the age of 4 and has her own pony, which she takes care of everyday alongside work. Further, she regularly goes to the gym, finding this keeps her physically fit for work, and a good stress release. Having competed in show jumping when she was younger, Natasha understands the importance and drive of sportspeople, as well as their dedication to their sport. She believes this gives her a uniqueinsight into treating sportspeople in practice.


This is a picture of my lovely dog TiaTia, a two-year-old Golden Retriever, is our clinic dog. She just lounges around sleeping inthe clinic or treatment room most of the time but is also happy to go into her crate if people have allergies/are nervous around dogs. Most patients report that Tia is a calming presence within the clinic, bringing an additional air of relaxation. She will also always greet you at the door and say goodbye when you leave – which is a nice touch!