Jennifer Green BSc (HONS) ST MSST Dip SS Roc Doc
I am a keen sports person with many different sporting interests; from a young age I experienced many different injuries introducing me to the sports therapy and physiotherapy world. I was fascinated and knew it was the direction that I wanted to go in. After college I went to the University of Chichester and studied Sports Therapy.
I then lived in Canada at the ski resort Whistler, treating and massaging ski and snowboarders while enjoying the slopes most days. On my return I started up Body Fix injury clinic and began working for Slough Rugby Club. I also did a few years with East Berkshire Rugby Academy.
I am very passionate about treatment and rehabilitation and am sure I can help get all types of people and problems get back on track.
Oliver Vass BSc(HONS) Ost
Oliver Vass trained at the British School of Osteopathy in the closing years of the last century, and first registered with the General Osteopathic Council in 1998.
After a few years of practice in Oxfordshire, he was asked to join the team at Oxford Brookes University, teaching the Osteopathy course and helping to re-write it to meet the Recognised Qualification status set by the General Osteopathic Council.
He takes a broadly structural approach to treatment, taking into account the whole of the body and using a range of techniques to affect a change in how you function. The goal is not just to take away the pain or injury, but to make sure it doesn’t come back later.
He’s worked with patients of all ages, and has a specialist interest in the difficulties during and after pregnancy.
He is registered with The General Osteopathic Council and insured with The Institute of Osteopathy.
Alice Fraser B.Sc. (Clin.Sc), M.H.Sc. (Osteo)
Alice is an approachable and friendly practitioner who is very passionate about treating and making a wide variety of people feel better and get back to full health as soon as possible.
She is an Australian trained and registered Osteopath B.Sc (Clin.Sc), M.H.Sc. (Osteopathy), gaining her degree at Victoria University. Alice worked at a thriving clinic in central Melbourne prior to coming to the UK to continue her career. She developed a strong interest in treating headaches, lower back pain, neck pain and jaw pain.
Having worked as a sports trainer with an AFL sports club while in Australia, Alice has worked a lot with acute and chronic sports injuries including their treatment and rehabilitation management.
She uses a wide variety of osteopathic techniques to get the best results for each patient, such as soft tissue massage, joint mobilisation, spinal joint manipulation and trigger point dry needling.
She is registered in the UK with The General Osteopathic Council and insured with The Institute of Osteopathy.