Osteopath DO, M.Ost
Vincent studied osteopathy in both France and England and graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone in 2013 with an Integrated Master's degree.
His osteopathic education in both countries has allowed him to benefit from a great diversity of osteopathic approaches, which he uses in practice, such as cranial, visceral and structural osteopathy.
Vincent enjoys treating patients from all backgrounds. He takes the time to explain the origin of their pain, and what can be done through treatment to improve function and reduce discomfort. He also values the importance of discussing with patients poor postural habits that they can try to reduce as well as exercises they can start in order to create a feeling of increased well-being.
Having recently become a father, Vincent also has a particular interest treating pregnant and post-partum women and babies.
Osteopath DO, M.Ost, BSc. (Hons) Biomedical Science
Hannah graduated from the world-renowned European School of Osteopathy in July 2013 with first class honours and was presented with the award for best research dissertation, which she did on the application of osteopathic principles. After graduation, she presented her research at the She has continued her osteopathic research after graduation, publishing her work in the journal 'Manual Therapy' in 2015 and working as a research assistant and dissertation supervisor at the European School of Osteopathy.
Hannah has also worked as a lecturing assistant in the subjects of cranial osteopathy, balanced ligamentous tension and specific adjustment technique for first to fourth year students at the European School of Osteopathy.
In clinical practice, Hannah tries to adapt treatment and management plans to her patients’ individual needs and preferences, using the wide range of techniques that were included in her training. Hannah has a particular interest in the classical osteopathic approach, using gentle articulatory techniques and considering the whole body in diagnosis and treatment. Having recently had children, Hannah is increasingly interested in treating pregnant women to prepare the body for a smooth birthing process and in using cranial osteopathy to treat babies, whether they come in for a check-up or because they have had a difficult birth.
In the years before training as an osteopath, Hannah completed a degree in Biomedical Sciences at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Growing up in Kent, Hannah competed at County and National levels in tennis and hockey and now tries to integrate her experience from competitive sport in managing patients with sporting injuries.
Vincent and Hannah are parents to daughters Violette and Théa who both inspire them and keep them on their toes!