Born a Northern lass, Morag trained to be a Chartered Physiotherapist at the Manchester Royal Infirmary.
After initially working in the NHS in Derby her career has mainly been in the private sector with a period working for a corporate fitness company and in Greece for several years. Her keen interest in sport lead to her working with the Great Britain Rowing Team that led to her apportionment as Chief Physiotherapist at the British Olympic Medical Centre.
She has attended 2 Olympic Games as a Team GB physiotherapist, was a Gamesmaker Physiotherapist at London 2012 and a Flamekeeper At Baku, Azerbaijan at the European Games in 2015.
Morag’s skills are in manual therapy including soft tissue work and exercise rehabilitation with Western Medical Acupuncture and holds a Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy. Latterly she has developed an interest and skills in ultra endurance sports, working at the Oman Desert Marathon and as support for the UTMB in Chamonix. She continually enhances her skill set and professional development with courses both practical and theoretical.
Morag believes in an holistic approach to the treatment she provides, specific to the individual’s needs. Therefore enabling that person to recover to perform daily activities to sports participation, no matter what level, to the best of their ability.
B.Ost | Registered Osteopath
David started life as a mechanical engineer and ended up living and working abroad for several years. Having been successfully treated for various aches and pains over the preceding years by a local osteopath and becoming disillusioned with the “short term-ism” in the engineering world, he decided to retrain and graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Bachelor of Osteopathy in 2006. The internationally renowned BSO was founded in 1917 and is the oldest and largest school in the UK, it has now become the University College of Osteopathy.
He has previously worked as a part of an Osteopathic team within the NHS and currently combines his work at The Pentagon Clinic with running his own practice at his local GP medical centre. He enjoys using a wide range of techniques to work with patients of all ages according to need and preference and is particularly interested in gentle visceral and functional approaches to treatment aimed at speeding up our innate healing mechanisms, and has completed postgraduate training in working with the involuntary mechanism – ‘cranial’ osteopathy – amongst other regular CPD activities.
David is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Bsc.(Ost) | Registered Osteopath
Stella is a highly experienced Osteopath having qualified from The British School of Osteopathy in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy. She began her career as one of the original practitioners at The Redgrave Clinic and also ran her own private practice which included providing Osteopathy in GP surgeries, sports clubs and industry. Stella practices structural Osteopathy using combinations of massage and soft tissue work, stretching and gentle joint manipulation and compliments her treatment with advice on posture and exercise tailored to each patient she treats. Her approach to practice is varied depending on the individual she is treating and she is interested in treating people of all ages and levels of fitness. She brings a wealth of experience and professionalism in diagnosing, treating and preventing a variety of musculoskeletal problems ranging from low back, neck and joint pain to headaches, sciatica, arthritis and postural issues.
Stella is a former member of the National Women’s Rowing squad and continues to have a keen interest in sport and fitness and has treated many athletes of all levels over the years from Olympic gold medalists to club level sports enthusiasts. She also enjoys helping people of all ages new to exercise or those looking for gentle ways improve their strength, flexibility and general well-being.
Stella is a registered healthcare provider with Bupa, AXA/PPP and all major health insurance companies. She is also registered with the General Osteopathic Council.