Shelley Garnham B.sc. ost
Shelley qualified in 1993 and spent her first 3 years in practice as an associate for two well-established busy practices. And it is here that she obtained a good grounding and understanding of osteopathic health care.
In 1996 she set up her own osteopathic clinic in Grantham and this has flourished over the past 10 years. In January 2007 she made the big move to new premises on Avenue Road and at this time re-named the clinic the Grantham Osteopathic Clinic. In April 2017 the practice moved into new premises at The Manor House , Long Street, Great Gonerby, Grantham.
Shelley has a vast experience in a variety of conditions with the young and old, and everything in between, including back pain, thumb pain and knee pain.
Shelley felt that it was important to pass this knowledge on and trained undergraduates, and as a consequence she was a clinic tutor at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) for a number of years.
Fiona graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a Bachelors degree in Osteopathy. The four-year course consisted of developing an in depth knowledge of anatomy and physiology, pathology, neurology, clinical studies and biomechanics. The final two years of study involved working in the University clinic, treating patients on a daily basis. Fiona has worked at Grantham Osteopathic Clinic since graduating and also works at two other busy clinics in Stamford and Market Deeping.
Fiona adopts a structural approach to her treatment sessions and enjoys the variety of treating both acute and chronic conditions presented by patients of all ages. Fiona has a natural affinity for people, an approachable disposition and an engaging smile which immediately puts people and patients at ease. She works at the clinic on a Wednesday afternoon and all day on Friday.
In her spare time, Fiona enjoys going to the gym and running, she has completed two half marathons but is keen to do another to improve on her time.
fiona swallow b.sc. ost