Beth joined the practice over 13 years ago, in 2007. She studied osteopathy in Australia, completing her 5-year degree in 1997, before working in central Melbourne and rural Melbourne before moving back to her home town of Christchurch, New Zealand, where she ran her own multi-disciplinary practice. After some time travelling and working in Europe and the Channel Islands, she completed her registration with the General Osteopathic Council in the UK and moved to Midhurst. She now works in both Petersfield and Haslemere.

Since graduating, she has completed a post-graduate diploma in pain management and extensive training in cranial osteopathy. In 2009, Beth completed her MSc in Paediatric Osteopathy, just prior to the arrival of her own first child, working at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London. As a paediatric osteopath, Beth understands the different phases of growth and development specific to childhood and develops a treatment plan accordingly – children are not just mini adults!

Beth has a particular interest in breastfeeding and has completed a certificate in breastfeeding (120 hours’ study) to help her better understand and support the unique needs of the breastfeeding family. Dedicated to lifelong learning and holistic health care, most recently Beth has completed the foundation course with the Institute for Functional Medicine with plans to use this knowledge to support patients with complicated pain and fatigue issues. You can find out more here:

Beth juggles family life with husband Ben and two small boys with a busy practice.

“I took my 7 year old daughter to see Beth for relief from headaches amongst other issues. She validated my research and was very calm and gentle with my daughter, answering all her questions and explaining what she was doing. We were both very impressed and I will definitely recommend my clients to Beth in the future.”

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“I saw Beth today and can’t recommend her enough. So professional, caring and knowledgeable. Thank you, Beth”