Josephine qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (now known as University College of Osteopathy) completing the BSc(Hons)Ost degree course in 2000, and started working in several different clinics across the South East. In 2003 Josephine started her own multidisciplinary clinic in Hartely Wintney and in the same year was invited to practice at The Centre of Complimentary Medicine in Petersfield, where she has worked ever since.

Since graduating she has focussed her continued learning in the Cranial Field of Osteopathy.  Josephine has tutored Cranial Osteopathy to undergraduate and postgraduate students, the latter through The Rollin Becker Institute.

Josephine has a particular interest in treating patients with historical trauma causing symptoms including migraines, chronic pain and Fatigue.  She also specialises in treating children and babies.  She is committed to taking a holistic approach with her treatments and management of patient’s symptoms.

Josephine continues her professional career alongside her busy family life.

“All I can say that I have had the most debilitating migraines for forty years which I almost felt rendered me disabled as made it difficult to have a successful work or home life.  They would knock me out for 2 days about twice a month.  I had tried everything and spent a fortune on various alternative treatments and was extremely sceptical when a friend highly recommended Jo.  To keep her happy I went along grudgingly and to my total amazement after only two sessions I have now not had a migraine – not even a headache – for 18 months.  I can now drink some wine when I go out to my friends and family’s amazement.  The treatment was a delight and Jo seemed to get to the bottom of the problem impressively quickly and actually listened to what I was telling her.  I can not recommend her too highly.”

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“I have been a patient of Jo’s for around 5 years, she uses cranial osteopathy to treat the long term effects of a car accident I had.  It’s a gentle form of therapy, but for me provides a sustained relief that I haven’t found with any other therapy I’ve tried.  Jo listens to how I’m feeling each session and adapts the treatment to suit.  She has a holistic approach and will also provide guidance around exercise, breathing and other self-help techniques – I trust her advice implicitly.  I visit Jo on a 6 weekly basis and it’s the most therapeutic 30 mins I could wish for – I can’t recommend Jo and her cranial osteopathy treatment highly enough.”