Francesca Murphy (Frankie)
Qualified in 2000 from the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) Frankie opened the Eyhorne Osteopathic Clinic in May 2004 with the aim of providing quality cost effective care. Frankie has in the past been a lecturer at the ESO and has a keen interest in biomechanics and neurology. Using a variety of treatments including manipulation, cranial and Dry Needling (a form of acupuncture) and looking at the patient as a three-dimensional puzzle. Finding the root of the problem and fixing it. If the problem cannot be solved by osteopathy it is referred quickly to someone who can help, avoiding unnecessary treatments and extra cost.
Furthermore Frankie (previously a lecturer in animal osteopathy) treats animals mostly horses and dogs. As an ex Showjumper she understands the importance of treatment to compete at high levels in many different disciplines. Not to mention treating the much loved family pet. See the link to her Equine website if you are interested further in this.
Having experience as a pharmacist, Ian studied Osteopathy as a mature student. He was aware of the problems that are caused by covering up a problem with medication and now he strives to get to the route of the problem through Osteopathic diagnosis and treatment.
Ian used a variety of mainly structural treatment and is excellent at osteopathic manipulation and had a great understanding of body mechanics.
Ian enjoys open water swimming and more recently running as well as taking time for his family.
Aimee qualified in 2012 from Oxford Brookes University and joined the Eyhorne Osteopathic Clinic immediately. She has very quickly built a good patient list through diligence, care and an excellent approach to treatment. Aimee is qualified in Dry Needling and uses a varied approach to include functional technique, articulation, manipulation and cranial.
Aimee has also been a keen horse rider and Eventer and is now offering treatment for horses, having worked with Frankie Murphy for one year. Aimee's approach to animals is wonderful she really has a great affinity with them. please see testimonials to see just what wonderful work she has done.
Paula Joined Eyhorne Clinic in 2020 after graduating from the European School of Osteopathy and has had a passion and exposure to osteopathy from a young age. Having grown up in a very medically orientated family she has gained insights into a variety of medical fields such as paediatrics, midwifery and homeopathy.
Paula has professional interests in human biomechanics and developing her understanding of the management of patients with chronic pain. Her approach revolves around a biomechanical model using a wide variety of techniques and is tailored to each individual patient covering all age ranges.
In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities such as cycling, windsurfing and hiking. She loves travelling and exploring new cultures and has spent over half a year in New Zealand.
Phil is a fully qualified sports therapist with over fifteen years of experience. Treatment is acheived through a series of active, passive and restricted movement tests, palpation (touch) and verbally, all of these with a visual assessment will produce an accurate diagnosis of the injury.
After an assessment, rehabilitation will combine massage therapy, active and assisted stretching, strength exercises as well as appropriate thermo (temperature) therapy and future training advice to avoid reoccurrence of similar injuries.
Caroline has been working at the clinic for over three years and has special interests in headaches and sports injuries. Working also for Maidstone Rugby and Saracens she has seen a wide range of injuries and developed her skills to reduce injury time and even prevent injury.
Lucy has been working part time for the clinic since 2019, while studying Primary Education at university.
If you are keen to join our team and think your treatments will compliment then please do not hesitate to contact us on 01622 880 995.