Dr. M. Thacker - Consultant Osteomyologist.
Dr. M. Thacker was awarded a Consultantcy in Osteomyology with Merit status at the Graduation Ball in December 2015. This runs along with his Doctorate (with Honours) gained in 2012. Although he is not a Medical Doctor, he is a Doctor of Osteomyology specialising in treating Muscular/Skeletal problems. He is also a Fellow Osteomyologist, who holds a Licentiate and Total Manipulative Skills Diploma in Osteomyology.
Dr. T. Kaye Doctor - Consultant Osteomyologist
Dr. Kaye, was awarded a Consutant in 2013 as well as having a Doctorate (with Honours) in Osteomyology in 2012. Although she is not a Medical Doctor, she is a Doctor of Osteomyology. She was awarded a Fellowship in Osteomyology and holds a Licentiate in Osteomyology and Total Manipulative Skills in Osteomyology. Tracey specialises in treating Muscular/Skeletal conditions with deep tissue massage, mobilisation and manipulative therapy.
The clinic offers patients a combination of therapies to address a number of problems and as we say in “OSTEOMYOLOGY”, it describes exactly what we do. We are practitioners in bone, muscles, ligament, tendons and nerves, using the appropriate discipline that we are qualified in and are available to us, to bring relief and healing to our patients.
Remedial Massage Neuromuscular Massage, Mobilisation, Manipulative Therapy, Sports Therapy, Electrotherapy, Reiki, Thermo Auricular Therapy, Crystal healing, plus may more are all brought together under the banner of Osteomyology. Osteomyologists are fully qualified in many different complementary modalities. This mean that the practitioners has "many strings to their bow". Obviously there is no such thing as a panacea or "cure all" for every condition, if that was the case then that would be the only modality used and there would be no need for any others. But unfortunately the human body is more complex that that, and what may suit one may not suit another. With the Osteomyologist having may modalities at their fingertips if one system doesn't work they the practitioner can move seamlessly to another. Unlike some practitioners that study only one form of treatment they may have to refer the patient to someone else.