Mary Vale D.O.
After qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 1989, Mary spent a year working as a locum osteopath throughout the UK. She then worked in London, Surbiton and Mitcham, before establishing her own practices, first in South Wimbledon and then in Chessington, Surrey. During this time she did underpaid work with the London Olympians American Football Team and spent four years working part-time at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in Harley Street.
In 2003 Mary took a sabbatical in New Zealand, where she treated a diverse range of patients including bee keepers, Maori fishermen and ski instructors before returning to more familiar faces in Hest Bank.
Mary specialises in the treatment of children and has continued to study in Paediatric Osteopathy. In her spare time she enjoys gardening, swimming, walking, rowing and reading.
“I love my job as every person is unique and every case of back pain is different. Osteopathy allows me to preform the best treatment possible by treating the patient as an individual”
Katie Collyer M. Ost
Alex Davies B. Sc. Ost
Alex discovered Osteopathy after receiving osteopathic treatment herself and being delighted at how effective it was. She trained at Oxford Brookes University and qualified in 2010. Alex has worked in Hampshire and Berkshire and enjoys treating a wide range of conditions in all age groups, including sports injuries, acute and chronic pain and arthritic conditions.
Alex continued her studies at the British School of Osteopathy, completing a Postgraduate Certificate in the treatment of children. Alongside this, she continues to study cranial and biodynamic osteopathy and uses these approaches in the treatment of headaches and migraines, tinnitus, balance issues, and problems resulting from concussion.
Alex fell in love with the north of England for it’s beauty and it’s people. She is thrilled to have made this her new home where she can pursue her favourite activities: mountain biking, swimming and climbing.
Safe In Our Hands
All osteopaths must have demonstrated to their registering body- the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) – that they are a safe and competent practitioner. Osteopaths have to train for a minimum of four years. They also have to carry out continuing professional development in order to stay registered.