Kerri Sherrard

Kerri graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine with an honours degree in 2005, and has been practicing in Bushey and other practices since then.

Kerri is a caring osteopath, who views each patient as an individual. She utilises a treatment approach which aims to improve the health of the whole patient, rather than just treating symptoms.

Kerri treats patients with a wide variety of problems and conditions, including musculoskeletal problems, arthritis, ME, nerve injuries / conditions and many more. She employs a wide range of osteopathic techniques, including soft tissue and neuromuscular techniques, mobilisation, manipulation, exercises and hydrotherapy. She is creative and imaginative in formulating treatment plans to suit each individual patient.

Kerri is an enthusiastic, dynamic osteopath, who loves her job and strives to improve her patients' well being.

Alison Raphael

Alison Raphael (Visionary Psychologist) is 45 and specialises in helping people overcome their problems through a technique called Visionary Psychology. She combines hypnotherapy, NLP and life coaching. Alison works together with her patients to enable them to take control and overcome a variety of issues including. M.E, anxiety, panic attacks, relationship issues {romantic,friendship and food-related} weight-loss and low-self esteem.

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Rakhee Soni

Born in 1985, Rakhee Soni is a graduate of the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London which is one of the leading teaching establishments.

Rakhee has a degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma in Naturopathic Medicine; she is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association. This is Rakhee’s first year after qualifying and is working extensively around the country as a locum in a variety of practices and with many practitioners. As well as working at the Bushey Osteopathic Practice, Rakhee also works in Temple Fortune and High Gate.

Rakhee believes in addressing every patient as an individual treating him or her as an integrated whole rather than just individual symptoms and endeavours to enhance the delicate relationship between structure and function to help maintain or regain a healthy equilibrium. Rakhee also has an interest in how each person′s environment impacts upon their physical and psychological state.

Rakhee’s osteopathic training involved a four year full-time course, integrating knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, orthopaedics, biomechanics, exercise physiology, pharmacology and clinical methods such as x-ray analysis. It is part of a wider naturopathic training which includes applied clinical dietetics, hydrotherapy and stress management.

Rakhee treats using a broad range of osteopathic techniques ranging from basic counselling, soft tissue massage, joint manipulation and mobilisations, each chosen to suit the best needs of the patient

Mark Stern

Mark  qualified with an Honours Degree from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy. He uses his skills to treat many illnesses and disorders other than musculoskeletal. These include, digestive disorders, dermatological conditions, ME, and many more.

Sophie King

Sophie has been practising osteopathy for nearly 26 years. She studied at the British School of Osteopathy. She treats all general osteopathic conditions but now works mainly in the M.E. clinic as well as treating young children and babies.

Raymond Perrin

Our M.E. clinic is run by Manchester based eminent osteopath Dr Raymond Perrin who has spent the last 15 years researching and treating M.E. with amazing success. He has recently comleted his PHD. He also lectures and travels all over the world teaching his techniques.