Kim completed her training with the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM), graduating with a Masters’ degree in Osteopathy. She also holds a diploma in Naturopathy, which qualifies her to advise on dietary and lifestyle issues. Kim is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Kim’s interest in osteopathy stems from a childhood sporting injury, as even though the injury was sustained to her neck, all pain and symptoms developed in her lower back which piqued her interest in how the body is structured and connected. Since graduation Kim has lived in Alberta, Canada working as a principal osteopath treating people of all ages with a variety of different injuries and ailments. Whilst in Canada Kim also ran a weekly injury clinic for the Camrose Kodiaks ice hockey team, treating injuries and helping to speed up recovery to enable the players to get back on the ice quicker. Kim believes everyone experiences pain and injuries in different ways due to our differing bodies and lifestyles. Therefore every patient is treated individually with personalised care.