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Gayle has been practicing osteopathy since 2004 after completing a 5 year degree at the Bristish School of Osteopathy (renamed to University College of Osteopathy) in London. She is also a qualified Somatics Teacher and has completed a course in Ecological Medicine.
She uses a variety of methods to treat her patients ranging from soft tissue massage, spinal manipulation and gentle cranial osteopathy as well as incorporating Somatic movements and lifestyle advice. The treatment is always tailored to the individual according to their case history and age. Safety is paramount and she draws upon her comprehensive post-graduate training to ensure every patient is cared for personally.
As part of her continued professional development, Gayle has completed further post-graduate training in:
- 2 year post-graduate diploma in Paediatrics (P.O.D.)
- Tongue-tie and infant feeding
- Healthy ageing in women (natural approaches to menopause)
- Fellow – Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy
- Head injury
- Dissection (at West Midlands Surgical Training Centre)
- Neuroanatomy (with Professor Frank Willard)
- Current First Aid qualification
- Certified Essential Somatics Movement Teacher (Bodhi-Somatics)
- Foundation Module 1 and 2 in Ecological Medicine.
She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), is a Fellow of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy and is a member of the British Society of Ecological Medicine and Alliance for Natural Health International.
Each week, Gayle volunteers with Osteopathic colleagues at Skylarks; a Richmond-Upon-Thames based charity providing activities and therapies for children with disabilities and additional needs.
She is a mum to Annabel and James; in her spare time she loves to ski, swim and walk.