Kerry Maguire M.Ost DO DPO

Kerry was introduced to Osteopathy through her background as a professional classical dancer with English National Ballet. Experiencing the profound impact and improvement Osteopathy made on her injuries and general health, she re-trained and graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2012, gaining a Masters of Osteopathy (MOst). Initially, she utilised her expertise and interest in sports and dance helping athletes successfully recover from acute and chronic sports injuries, providng evidence based advice on injury prevention. She has since expanded her osteopathic expertise; conducting NHS research into chronic fatigue syndrome, post graduate training in paediatric medicine and is currently reviewing the root causes of why the body falls into sickness and dysfunction. This embraces the bio-chemistry of kinesiology, nutrition and homeopathy.

She loves working with children, pregnant and post partum mothers, having completed a two year post-graduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy (DPO) at The Osteopathic Centre for Children. She specialises in babies with feeding difficulties and tongue tie.

Kerry uses a broad range of cranial and structural techniques, working with the patient’s body to find the most harmonious way to reduce pain, improve movement and gain optimum health. She has treated patients of a few days old to those in the later stages of life, all suffering from a wide variety of conditions and illnesses.

She is an experienced and passionate yoga teacher of the Krishnamacharya lineage and lectures in anatomy to teachers and students in many European countries.

Kerrry is recognized by most of the health insurers who cover osteopathy