AT Health Practitioners
Andrew Terry M.Ost
Andrew began his career in health care in 2008 when he trained at Premier Training to become a personal trainer and sports massage therapist. It was whilst practicing as a sports massage therapist that he found his love for manual therapy. In order to improve upon his skill as a masseur he began a masters degree at the British School of Osteopathy.
Whilst undertaking his masters degree, Andrew continued adding to his skill set by training in medical acupuncture, kinesiology taping and ACT therapy and uses these different disciplines to help his clients and approach them all in a holistic way.
Since completing his masters degree Andrew has continued to study not just the field of medicine, but the philosophies behind healthcare. His treatments during treatment involve osteopathic techniques, massage, visceral, myofascial release and western medical acupuncture and combines these with variety of exercises, stretches and post treatment advice so that his patients not only recover from their injury, but have the knowledge and skillset to know what to do if their injury ever arises again.
Andrew is also a sports and martial arts enthusiast. As a child he gained a black belt in Shotokan Karate, and then trained in Wushu. Whilst practicing martial arts he also trialed for the British national swim team.
Georgia Davolls M'Ost
Georgia discovered Osteopathy after witnessing an equine Osteopath provide treatment for her mother’s injured horse and was amazed as she watched the improvement with her own eyes, all through the medium of touch. From that moment she became inspired to train in osteopathy so that she could help people and animals alike, feeling fortunate to have found a profession that allows her to help others with empathy and compassion, no matter their circumstance or story.
As a holistic primary care practitioner, she looks at the function of the whole body, and not just the symptomatic area. She enjoys using the skills she developed as a sports massage therapist and osteopath that include soft tissue work, joint articulation, stretch/strengthening, manipulation and education to improve function and reduce pain. Every treatment is catered to her patients needs and comfort.
Prior to completing her degree she spent several years in a gym and leisure environment, progressing to duty manager role, as well as completing and utilising her certificate in level 2 gym instruction, meaning that her treatments can also involve rehabilitation to get her patients back to full health as quickly as possible