County Osteopaths’ clinics at Powick and Tibberton provide a welcoming, relaxing and convenient setting for Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy and Sports Injuries therapy.
We are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GoSC) and recognised by major insurance companies.
Osteopathy for all the family
Effective treatment, a caring approach and practical advice tailored to you, or your child. We have an excellent reputation and are known for treating children as well as adults.
Our Osteopathec training is an intensive four year, full-time course. Most noteworthy is that this includes the medical sciences allowing us to recognise red flags for a wide variety of conditions. Furthermore we have undergone extensive tutoring in clinical reasoning and diagnosis. Therefore when people come to us without having first seen their GP we can safely screen them for serious conditions. Consequently we are trusted and respected as safe members of the healthcare community.
We can help people with a wide variety of symptoms including:
- spinal or joint pain and stiffness, in any part of the body
- muscle pain, tension or stiffness
- trapped nerves and nerve pain
- sports injuries
- finding it difficult to relax or sleep. Children often show discomfort as restlessness and difficutly with sleeping.
Joanna Young D.O.
Joanna has almost 30 years of experience as an Osteopath and so can handle most things. She likes to use deep massage techniques and Cranial Osteopathy. Joanna has a special interest in treating:
- people whose symptoms seem to come “out of the blue” but who have had a significant accident / illness / surgery in the past
- children who have had a difficult birth or gestation or who suffer recurrent illness
- anyone who’s symptoms keep coming back
- anyone with head or pelvic related symptoms
After training as an Osteopath at the British School of Osteopathy, London (1989) Joanna worked in Glasgow for several years. Returning to her native Worcestershire in 1996, she set up County Osteopaths at Ravenshill Farm, Tibberton and moved to Offerton Barns in 2010.
Joanna gained further knowledge working for famous Osteopaths Clive and Liz Hayden at Churchdown Osteopaths between 1998 and 2002. In 1998/9 she also worked one day a week as a Volunteer Osteopath at the Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC) in Harley Street. The OCC is a centre of excellence for the Osteopathic Treatment of Children. Osteopaths volunteer their time and receive on-the-job training. Learning how to treat children with a range of conditions including cerebral palsy, epilepsy and developmental delay using Cranial Osteopathy. Joanna studied Advanced Neuroanatomy (2001/2) and continues to attend post-grad courses in Osteopathy and advanced Cranial Osteopathy.
Dev Naraine BSc (Hons) Ost, Dip Sports Injuries APNT
Dev Naraine’s treatments involve a mix of Osteopathic techniques, acupuncture (Dry Needling), Ultra sound, Electrotherapy, Sports massage and exercise advice. Builders, firefighters and Sports people gravitate towards him. However, he enjoys treating people of all fitness levels so you don’t need to be fit to benefit. He can treat recent or long-standing conditions. He will include specific exercise and conditioning advice to help you recover and to avoid injuries in the future.
As well as working at County Osteopaths Dev is the appointed Osteopath to Pershore Rugby Club and is an Osteopathic Service Provider to the Occupational Health Department of Worcestershire County Council. He is a qualified UK Athletics Leader, a Running Fitness instructor, a Visually Impaired Guide runner and a “Couch to Five K” coach. He often assists Pitch-side or pre- and post-event. In the past he has worked at Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinics in Birmingham and Oxford.
Dev trained at the British School of Osteopathy and at Oxford Brookes University (2009). He is a Registered Osteopath, an APNT Sports Injuries Therapist (2007) and a MTI Holistic Massage Therapist (1987). He has trained in Dry Needling (Western Medical Acupuncture for pain relief) and is currently studying Five Elements Acupuncture at The Acupuncture Academy.
In his spare time, he enjoys middle distance running, being in the water, practising drums and cooking.
Holly Makin D.O., MSCC
Holly trained at the British School of Osteopathy from 1982- 1986. She worked with Liz and Clive Hayden, Churchdown Osteopaths, GLOS and then moved to London to work with Andrew Ferguson , Notting Hill and Jeremy Gilbey, Bayswater.
Holly has attended post-graduate courses and conferences in the UK and USA and in 1997 qualified as a teaching faculty member for the Sutherland Cranial College.
From 1998 -2000 Holly attended the Osteopathic Centre for Children, Harley Street, London as a volunteer and has a special interest in the treatment of newborn infants and children.
In 2002-2016 she worked in her own practice in Buckinghamshire and now has moved to Worcestershire with her husband and two children.
Jonathan Mussen BSc (Hons) Ost Med
Jonathan qualified at the British School of Naturopathy and Osteopathy, now the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM), in 1997 after an intensive four year, full-time training course. Since then he has worked in Osteopathic Clinics in the UK and France. He has undertaken further study in Dry Needling (a type of Acupuncture used for pain relief), Ultrasound therapy and Cranial Osteopathy. He has special interests in treating acute pain, sports injuries and tension in babies.
He has treated athletes of all kinds including runners, tennis players and professional dancers. He finds mixing Osteopathy with Dry Needling particularly effective when treating Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) such as tennis elbow and also in treating joint pain generally. Pain in hips, knees, shoulders and elbows particularly respond to this combination.
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Telephone: 01905 45 45 50
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