Frithe (She/her)

Pronounced 'Fritha'

Alongside my general osteopathic practice supporting people of all ages with pain & injury rehabilitation, my specialist interests are women’s/female health, and how stress and trauma affect the body. 

I have experience in treating all sorts of people with all sorts of complaints - from bad backs, neck or shoulder pain, to people with knee pain, headaches or osteoarthritis and much more. 

Many people of all ages including children and teenagers, right through to our elder generation have benefited from osteopathic treatment. 

I treat pregnant and post-natal women, office workers, dancers, nurses, bus drivers, farmers and everyone in between! 

I'm down to earth and friendly and will always work collaboratively with you to uncover the root cause of your problem as well as offering symptom relief.

I'm happy to work alongside your doctors, or other complimentary and alternative practitioners to ensure you get the best care possible.

I'm a cis gendered woman, and want to acknowledge that people who are trans, non-binary or genderqueer may feel uncomfortable accessing some forms of health care. I will do my best to support you, as you are, with whatever you come in with. 

To find out more about why I choose osteopathy click Why Osteopathy?

Good female osteopath in Lewes, Hove & Brighton
Cranial Osteopathy for mum and baby

Training

 

I hold a Master of Osteopathy Degree from The British School of Osteopathy (BSO - now UCO).

I have studied Paediatrics and Cranial Osteopathy at post graduate level.

I'm currently working towards my specialist post-graduate diploma in Women's Health Osteopathy with the Molinari Institute of Health, whilst also studying on the Biodynamic Cranial Osteopathy pathway. 

I am registered with the General Osteopathic Council, (reg. no. 8713) and a member of the Institute of Osteopathy, with whom I am fully insured.