Meet Your Team
I founded Osteopathic Consultancy in July 2000 after qualifying from The British School Of Osteopathy. With help from my wife Sharon, Osteopathic Consultancy has grown considerably over the years. The path of Osteopathy was shown to me when I had a shoulder injury whilst swimming. I swam at National Level for many years until my shoulder injury. I then had mainstream medical treatment to try to help my pain. This ended with an Orthopaedic operation on my shoulder. At this time my swimming coach gave me the idea of going to see an Osteopath. I was quite negative about having help from what I saw it at the time as a non-mainstream medical practitioner. I was in such bad pain my parents and I thought we would give it a go. I was very impressed with the Osteopath I saw, his knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology was second to none and he greatly helped my shoulder, leading me to be pain free.
Through my teenage years I also played Football at county and Golf at district standard. With this obvious background in sports I always assumed that my path in Osteopathy would follow sports injuries. When training at the British School Of Osteopathy my interest in sports was maintained, but I began to realise that the use of general Osteopathic medicine could bring great benefits to all types of people from all walks of life. Within the course at The British School of Osteopathy numerous special clinics were run. I participated in these clinics, which consisted of paediatric (children’s) maternity, geriatric (elderly people) and the sports clinic.
In my clinic I see patients from all walks of life and I absolutely love it.
I obtained my MOst in Osteopathy and Naturopathy from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in July 2021.
As a keen ballet dancer and rugby player from a young age, I have over the years grown a passion for understanding human anatomy and physiology and our body’s capacity to self-heal. I have developed a deep personal interest in treating injuries as well as optimising performance through musculoskeletal balance and correct posture. Osteopathy perfectly combines my desire to provide a holistic approach to health and healing whilst nurturing my love of helping people. I am dedicated to support your body’s natural recovery and empower you to attain and maintain optimal health in the long-term. The body is built to heal itself and sometimes it needs help.
My work with disabled children, blind people and rugby players has reinforced my view that with the right care and support, your body has a dumbfounding capacity to thrive and give you the quality of life you deserve.
Charlie Bruce M.Ost
After earning my Master’s degree in Osteopathy I became a certified Pilates Instructor with Osteopathic Consultancy and I love what this adds to the role.
I have always been fascinated by the body’s inherent ability to self-heal and this was apparent after receiving my fair share of injuries playing in my school’s first team for football and tennis. I pursued my interest further by studying osteopathy at Swansea University. There, the extensive academic training in anatomy and physiology, combined with years of hands-on clinical experience has equipped me with an in-depth understanding of optimizing the body’s function through musculoskeletal balance and posture. My aim is to provide manual and holistic approaches to facilitate the body back to health.
I have always wanted to help those around me and there is no greater satisfaction than developing a patient’s understanding of their own body so that together we can reach personal goals and achieve long-term health.
Harrison Hoy M.Ost
I graduated from Swansea University with a first class Master of Osteopathy degree, earning the ‘Outstanding Achievement in Academic Excellence’ award during my studies. Throughout my career as a professional musician I developed an appreciation for the vital role of movement in maintaining optimal physical and mental well-being, and the joy of educating and empowering others to reach their potential. This has led me to many incredible places including the Isle of Wight Festival and Abbey Road Studios. Using a combination of expert advice and education, specific and effective hands-on treatment and therapeutic exercise prescription, I pride myself on closely following my patients throughout each stage of their journey, and celebrating every win! I am obsessed with delivering the highest standard of patient care and ensuring my patients not just become pain-free but flourish, achieving their best quality of life.
I joined the Osteopathic Consultancy team in May 2017 as the clinic administrator. I had worked at DFS for 3 years and decided I wanted something to fit in with my family life. I have seen many changes in the clinic over the years, and loved watching it grow to where it is now. I love the relationships I have built up with the patients over the years. We are a busy clinic and I love working under pressure. In October 2021 I was promoted to administration and reception manager. I am looking forward to my future at Osteopathic Consultancy and developing my role further.
I’m Bex and you will see me on the front of house desk on a Wednesday. I am so glad to be part of the Osteopathic Consultancy team and have been made to feel right at home and very much part of the family. Aside from this, I also support women and families in the community as a Baby care specialist, offering antenatal and postnatal support.
I have joined the Osteopathic Consultancy team in May 2023 as a clinic administrator. I have recently retired from my previous job but still wish to continue working and like being busy in a people based role. I love helping and working with patients and staff here and it is fun to work in a different environment to my previous role. I look forward to my future at Osteopathic Consultancy and learning and further developing my role.
I am a Cardiff Law Student and work for the clinic in and around my studies. I work in the background on the admin side and I also cover the reception when needed.
I work in the background on Social Media and in the clinic on a Saturday. I am at 6th Form studying Politics Economics and History. I love forming relationships with the patients and the team. I also love the background ‘tech’ I get to be involved in.