Hello and welcome to my website. I’m Aimee, a Hove and Brighton Osteopath and Cranial Osteopath. I thoroughly enjoy my job, helping people like you get better as quickly as possible. I’m passionate about getting you moving better and feeling better as quickly as possible.

To find out more about my journey to becoming an osteopath then click the button on the left.

I love working with people of all ages from newborns to teenagers and adults in later life. My aim is to restore your body to optimum health, and give you advice and work together with you, so you can live life to the full again.

I qualified in 2010 and worked in clinics in Essex and ran my own successful clinic in Southend. I moved to the South Coast in 2013 and worked in Worthing for 4 years as well as starting my own clinic in Hove.

For my training and qualifications, and more about osteopathy and cranial osteopathy, please see below.

I appreciate it can sometimes be daunting coming to see an osteopath, so I am more than happy to chat through your problem on the phone first to see if I am the right person to help you.

It’s about problem solving, working out why you have symptoms and what can be done to prevent them recurring.

Aimée's Training

I qualified from the BSO after an intensive full time 4 year degree (with Distinction). I also have extensive postgraduate training in both structural and cranial osteopathy. Because I enjoy treating babies and children, I then completed the world-renowned two year postgraduate paediatric osteopathy training at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London (with Distinction).

  • M.Ost (Distinction) British School Osteopathy
  • Diploma Paediatric Osteopathy (Distinction) Osteopathic Centre for Children
  • Sports Injuries and Massage (Distinction) APNT
  • Member of the Sutherland Cranial College (MSCCO)
  • Biodynamic Cranial Osteopathy Pathway – ongoing studying.

About Osteopathy

Osteopathy is an effective manual therapy with hands on treatment. It gives a total body approach, which works to find the cause of your problem. During your initial session you will have a thorough consultation and examination so you will be diagnosed, treated and given advice on how to improve your symptoms.

Treatment can include ‘structural osteopathy’ which includes soft tissue massage, muscle stretching, joint articulation, a variety of other techniques, and also ‘cranial osteopathy’. These all aim to get you moving better with less pain.

Treatment looks at your whole body, including both joints and muscles, giving you a total package of care.

About Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy is a safe and gentle type of osteopathy, suitable from newborns to adults to the elderly. Treatment involves the therapist placing their hands gently on different areas of your body.

It’s a very relaxing form of treatment, and most people think of cranial osteopathy for helping babies and children, but I use it with adults too.