Marta graduated in the prestigious ICOM in Milan, after 5 years of study and 1300 hours in the college clinic, achieving the Italian qualification of D.O. (Diploma in Osteopathy). She then moved to England and studied at Nescot University in Surrey, where she achieved an M.Sc. in Osteopathy, and is now a fully registered member of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).
Marta takes a holistic approach to practising osteopathy; alleviate your symptoms, stimulate the healing mechanism of your own body and removing the underlying cause of stress.
In order to tailor the best treatment for each patient she draws from a wide variety of techniques, incorporating Cranio-sacral, Visceral and Functional along with Structural techniques. She also practices Dry Needling techniques to alleviate pain and reduce inflammation. (Sometimes known as Medical Acupuncture)
Marta has always been eager to deepen her knowledge and has a particular interest in the osteopathic approach to Obstetrics and Paediatrics.
Her curiosity has led her to attend several postgraduate courses, as well as lectures, specifically on the “Female pelvis and analysis of pelvic pain in women”, the “Anatomy and physiology of the gastro-intestinal tract and of the autonomic nervous system”, and the “International Conference of Osteopathic Medicine in the Paediatric area”.