Osteopathy is a rigorously professional and effective manual therapy which is regulated by the General Osteopathic Council. It takes four years of anatomical, physiological and clinical study to become an Osteopath after which Continual Professional Development (CPD) ensures that practitioners remain competent to treat. The Institute of Osteopathy works with Osteopaths to market Osteopathy as a profession.
Fiona McIntosh's Osteopathic training took place in London, having graduated from St Andrews University and worked in London for 10 years in various roles. She particularly enjoys treating people of all ages - from babies to the elderly - who are experiencing acute or chronic symptoms.
Testimonials here will give you an idea of the variety of people and conditions that are treated by Fiona - and what those who were treated thought of the outcome! Many patients from fell runners to mothers have left their views. Please scroll to the bottom of the page to leave your feedback - it will be gratefully received by me and my patients.