Osteopathic Clinic & Practice in Kettering, Northants

Our Team

All osteopaths are fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).


Jo is the principal osteopath at Kettering Osteopaths and has been practising here since 1987. Jo works using primarily structural techniques, such as soft tissue and manipulation. Having chaired the maternity services liaison committee at Kettering General Hospital she has a special interest in pregnant women, as well as all other musculo-skeletal conditions.

Jo was a clinical tutor at the BSO for ten years and has taught osteopathic technique at undergraduate and post-graduate level in the UK, Europe and Scandinavia. She is also an external examiner for the General Osteopathic Council and various osteopathic education institutions, both in the UK, Europe and New Zealand.

Jo is at Kettering on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. She is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies.

Jody grew up in Northamptonshire and returned to practice here after qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy in 2000 with a BSc(hons) in osteopathy. He was awarded the technique prize in his year.

Jody is happy to treat all musculo-skeletal problems, including sports injuries.

He is at Kettering Osteopaths all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and he also practices at Oundle Osteopaths with Jo Clarkson, John Milborne, and Carol Summers, where he sees patients on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Alex graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1999. He began work in the Luton and Dunstable area and joined the team here at Kettering soon after.

Alex is happy to treat a wide range of patients and has a broad-based bio-mechanical approach to all musculo-skeletal problems and sports injuries. In his spare time Alex likes to run and swim. He has completed several Marathons to raise money for children’s charities.

Alex works at Kettering Osteopaths on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. He also works at the Woodlands hospital in Kettering, and at the GP surgery in Desborough.

Carol qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2001 after completing a four year BSc honours degree in osteopathy. She has worked in the Northamptonshire area since, joining our team in 2005.

As well as using a structural approach, Carol also uses cranial and facially orientated techniques, and treats those patients requiring a much more gentle approach, such as the very young and very elderly or fragile patients. She is a available in Kettering on Mondays and Fridays, and also works at Oundle Osteopaths on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Carol is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies.

Natalie qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2008 after completing a four years honours degree in osteopathy, having previously been a professional dancer with the Berlin Ballet. She is a recognised tutor in anatomy and physiology for the Royal Academy of Ballet, and was also awarded the osteopathic technique prize for her year. She is happy to treat all types of mechanical injuries and uses a variety of structural and cranial techniques. She is in the practice Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Natalie is happy to treat all musculo-skeletal problems with a variety of structural and cranial techniques. Natalie is registered as a provider of osteopathic care with most of the private medical companies.

Greg graduated with a Masters degree from the University College of Osteopathy. He has a special interest in Structural Osteopathy, which stems from his background in strength and conditioning. Greg graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2007, having studied Sport & Exercise Science, which started his career in sport and fitness. He started coaching rugby at Northampton Saints RFC, working in the community department and with the academy team, before qualifying as a personal trainer, CrossFit coach and British Weightlifting coach, which eventually led to the opportunity of setting up his own gym. Greg owns UNIT 22 Northampton, a strength and conditioning gym in Northampton, which he co-founded in 2011.

Greg qualified as a Sports Therapist in 2015, having seen the benefit of offering a therapeutic and rehabilitative service to members and clients to allow better recovery and longevity in their exercise activities. This began his journey towards Osteopathy and starting his Masters degree is 2016. Greg has also completed a Diploma of Advanced Medical Acupuncture, which he uses to treat and manage pain alongside Osteopathic treatments.

Greg will be at Kettering osteopaths on Tuesdays.

Lizzie grew up in Northamptonshire, and moved back after completing her M.Ost degree at the University College of Osteopathy (Formerly the British School of Osteopathy) in London. She has also completed a postgraduate to become a specialist paediatric osteopath. Lizzie is happy to treat a wide range of patients with different musculoskeletal conditions, and has a particular interest in treating babies, children, and pre/post-natal mothers. Lizzie combines a structural approach to osteopathy with visceral, cranial and functional techniques, depending on the cause of the symptoms and age of the patient.

In her spare time, Lizzie enjoys exercising and CrossFit. She works at Kettering Osteopaths on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Anna graduated from the European school of osteopathy having completed a four year masters degree in osteopathy. She grew up in Northamptonshire and is with us Wednesday afternoons and Fridays all day. Anna is happy to treat all musculoskeletal conditions, including sports injuries. Her dissertation was on the management of acute ankle injuries, and in her spare time Anna goes to the gym to keep fit. She is a fluent speaker of Russian as well as English.
Liivi studied at the Quantum Metta School of Massage in London and qualified with an MTI Level 4 Diploma in Holistic Massage with Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, she also has a level 4 Sports Massage qualification. Holistic massage therapy involves manipulation of muscle, connective tissues, ligaments, tendons and other soft body tissues to enhance health and well-being. Massage therapy helps to reduce anxiety and stress, reduce pain, rehabilitate injuries, relax muscles and promote overall health/wellness.

Treatment is especially tailored for the clients´ needs. Holistic massage involves understanding of the body’s structure, function and malfunction, as well as broader factors such as emotional state, posture, diet, and so on. It involves a range of different techniques including classical techniques such effleurage, petrissage, kneading, friction and wringing, percussive techniques such as hacking, cupping, pummelling, plucking and brushing, neuromuscular techniques,soft tissue release, massage energy techniques and connective tissue massage.

Treatments will begin with a client consultation followed by tailored treatment processes designed to help towards a state of balance. This might involve relaxing massage for those stressful times,  deep tissue massage to remove systematic tension, and detailed feedback for the client to help enhance the benefits of the massage. For example we may recommend simple breathing or postural exercises to promote relaxation, alongside the treatment.

Liivi works at Kettering Osteopaths on Wednesday and Friday afternoons

Nikki Coleman qualified in massage in 1986 and has been part of the Kettering Osteopaths’s team for over 20 years. She trained at the London School of Sports Massage and has completed advanced soft tissue courses. Nikki is able to identify and treat soft tissue injuries i.e. strains and sprains as well as general muscular aches and pains.

Nikki has treated semi professional sportsmen, dancers and recreational athletes, as well as teaching sports massage as a module of a BTEC Sports & Exercise Science Diploma.

Being qualified in reflexology since 2002, Nikki uses this alternative therapy to treat a wide range of stress-related conditions. She is fully registered and insured both as a sports and remedial massage therapist, reflexologist, and a lecturer of sports massage. Nikki is available at Kettering Osteopaths on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

David uses Pure Hypnoanalysis to help people suffering from anxieties, fears and emotional problems as well as running stop smoking sessions. He is a member of the International Association of Pure Hypnoanalysts, the largest organisation of its kind in Europe. The association is dedicated to the professional and ethical use of hypnosis allied to the practice of psychoanalysis for the treatment of nervous disorders and emotional problems.

David has also taught and tutored in Psychology and have advised in the use of personality types in recruitment, as well as giving talks to local groups in addition to being featured on BBC Radio Northampton.

Just call to book a FREE Initial Consultation on 01536 350328. David is available in Kettering on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings, and is at our Oundle Practice on Mondays and Wednesdays. Also see David’s own website: www.ketteringhypnotherapy.com

32 Headlands
NN15 7HP
Tel: 01536 512927

Milborne Healthcare Ltd
Registered Office:
42 West Street. Oundle, PE8 4EF
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