At Whitchurch Osteopaths you will receive expert healthcare advice and treatment, tailor-made to your specific needs. An initial assessment will allow us to develop a personal treatment plan that treats the whole person. We offer a full osteopathic healthcare assessment and treatment in an un-hurried, relaxed, informal and friendly atmostphere.
About your osteopath
Jo graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 1988. She worked in her home town of Hornchurch (Essex) and also in East London. She moved to Cardiff in 1994, setting up her practice in Whitchurch.
Jo treats people of all ages and with sports injuries, work related injuries, but specializes in the treatment of pregnant women, babies and children. She lectures three days a week at Swansea University on the Masters in Osteopathy course and is Module leader for Autonomous Practice with the fourth year students. She is also Head of Admissions for the Masters in Osteopathy programme. In the autumn term Jo also teaches at Cardiff Metropolitan University on the Complementary therapy degree course.
Jo uses dry needling and kinesio-taping, and she teaches courses on kinesiology-taping, low back pain, neck pain, myofascial technique and analysing posture for Teach Therapy in Newport.
In her spare time Jo enjoys cycling, reading, watching Marvel films and being a chauffeur for her two teenage children. On Sundays she takes Splash, the 5-7 age group at Bethel Baptist Church in Whitchurch. She is a keen Chelsea fan and for international footy supports Wales and England, but for rugby she supports only Wales! Mae Jo yn siarad tipyn bach o Gymraeg. (Jo speaks a little Welsh.)