Danielle graduated from Oxford Brookes University with an Honours Degree in Osteopathy and has a post graduate qualification in Medical Acupuncture, kinesiology taping and is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science (AFS) with the Gray Institute for Functional Transformation. Danielle is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association.
After graduating, Danielle stayed in Oxford to start The Pain Clinic and has experience treating a wide array of conditions and patients using a variety of techniques from traditional osteopathic principles and practises, to the latest research in rehabilitation.
Having worked in a nursing home prior to her degree, Danielle has since returned to a local nursing home to offer relief of pain and a better quality of life for the elderly, as well as giving free presentations on ways to relieve pain from arthritis to the senior citizens of Risinghurst Community Centre and to the Seniors at Studley Wood Golf Club, offering advice and specific stretches and exercises to help prevent musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
Danielle works regularly with Olympic athletes, where she indulges her interest in running biomechanics. She worked with Linford Christie’s sprint team, including James Ellington, Nigel Levine, Greg Cackett and other GB athletes in their preparation for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and she likes to integrate strength and conditioning with her rehabilitative osteopathic treatments. She has also worked with Oxford Harlequins 1st Rugby Team, providing pre-game strapping, sports massage and their first line pitch-side medical service.
Danielle has a passion for educating patients about the nature of their condition, contributing and maintaining factors and ways in which patients can take control of their recovery and avoid re-injury. In fact, it was her passion for helping people avoid injury and pain, that inspired her to found BODYFIT, a training class unlike any other. BODYFIT is run by our Clinical Team who are also experience in Strength and Conditioning. It teaches physical confidence, true fitness and strength and has transformed the way in which our members move and train.
After five years working with Strength and Conditioning, Tom completed a Masters degree in Osteopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. Here, Tom developed a strong interest in pain management, behavioural models of health and wellbeing, clinical nutrition and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Since qualifying, Tom has undertaken additional study with the prestigious Gray Institute, where he has learned the latest trends in rehabilitation and injury management.
Aside from clinical practice, Tom has competed Nationally and internationally for Team GB in Powerlifting. In 2013 he became British Champion at 90kg weight class and broke multiple federation records in the process. Tom currently has the 8th highest British Total of all time across all federations and joint 2nd heaviest deadlift in the UK at 90kg. Since this time he has coached and worked with some of the best strength athletes in the country. Tom continues to contribute to the practice of strength and condition for health and performance purposes.
“I love working with a group of clinicians who share the simple vision of providing honest healthcare with an emphasis on modern and effective manual and physical therapy”.
Tom’s additional qualifications include: