Emma graduated from Swansea University with a Masters in Osteopathy (1st Class). Having had the opportunity to work in both NHS and private osteopathic clinics, Emma has been exposed to a wide range of patients; from elderly patients, to office workers and through to athletes.
Emma’s dynamic approach uses a wide range of hands on manual techniques. Her approach goes beyond the structural or mechanical aspects of pain, taking into consideration all aspects of an individual’s health. In doing this Emma is experienced in delivering a tailored and holistic patient focussed approach to treatment, and advise on a wide range of health issues.
She also practices Dry Needling techniques to alleviate pain and reduce inflammation. (Sometimes known as Medical Acupuncture)
Emma stresses the importance of swiftly reducing her patients’ symptoms, identifying the causes of pain, and, educating her patients in understanding their injury and pain so that they can heal faster and for the long-term. Her aim is to promote health and well-being and to encourage her patients to take an active role in their recovery.