Pre- and Post-natal pain treatment
Running injuries and injury prevention
Katie became interested in osteopathy as a teenager, after suffering with headaches. After a few
treatments, which turned into an introduction of how osteopathy approaches the body as a whole,
she applied as an undergraduate at RMIT University, Melbourne. This led to a masters of Osteopathy
in which Katie turned her focus to common conditions experienced during pregnancy, an interest
that developed whilst working in the largest maternity hospital in Melbourne, the Royal Women's
Hospital. During this time she was based on the maternity, special care and neonatal intensive care
wards, gaining invaluable experience working with new mothers, newborns and premature babies.
Since relocating to London in 2010, Katie has worked in private clinics in both England and Scotland.
She completed a post-graduate diploma in Paediatrics and gained further clinical experience whilst
working at the Osteopathic Centre for Children and the infamous Kane & Ross practice in central
London. As a swimmer, and newly converted runner, Katie understands the importance of a holistic
approach to sports injuries. In order to address the problem Katie focuses on hands on treatment,
injury prevention, rehabilitation and integration between healthcare practitioners.