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► Lorraine Bennett

  About me, my practice & passion for what I do.

I studied Biomedical Science in the University of Ulster and worked in microbiology before undertaking my Osteopathic degree.

Following my graduation from the European School of Osteopathy in Kent, UK, I worked in Skerries Osteopathic Clinic and my own clinic in Cavan. Since August 2010, due to the increased demand for appointments, I now concentrate on clients from my clinic in Cavan.


I have a particular interest in the field of cranial and visceral manipulation and its application on adults and infants. I continue to expand my technical skills in these areas with regular ongoing postgraduate courses.

Aswell as treating various sports people in the including, GAA and rugby players, triathletes, and golfers, I am an enthusiastic sportswoman and have competed in various sports over the years, including long distance running, triathlons, basketball, rugby, tag rugby and football.

I am registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland (OCI). I am also a registered practitioner with Vhi, Laya, Irish life and Aviva.



► Emer Eddery

 

Emer Eddery  qualified with a Masters degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost) in  2012 from theUniversity of Osteopathy (formerly the British School of Osteopathy) in London. Prior to becoming an osteopath, she trained as a yoga teacher and following from this developed a keen interest in anatomy and human movement.

This led her to training in Indian Head Massage and Reflexology (ITEC) and from there, osteopathy was for her a natural progression. 


Since graduating Emer has continued her professional development in classical osteopathy, cranial osteopathy and visceral osteopathic techniques. A native of Dublin, she has spent her working life between the west and east of Ireland. 

Emer  thoroughly enjoys her working with patients to return to health. She has worked for over four years as part of a busy practice in Westport, County Mayo. That time has enriched and broadened her experience as a clinician. She is working with Lorraine since February 2018.

Emer is Registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland (OCI) and also a registered practitioner with Vhi, Laya, Irish life and Aviva.


 


► Christelle Gaudard

Starting in October '19 and will be looking after Lorraine's patients while she is on maternity leave.
Lorraine is confident that her patients will  be in great hands.


 

Christelle graduate at the International Center of Osteopathy of Saint-Etienne in France in 2016 after 5 years of studies.


She was a care agent in a retirement home for 4 years during her studies, it made her good at listening the patients needs and be compationate why them.
She always loved sports, she was a gymnast for 10 years and even made her end of study dissertation about it.

She loves working with babies and kids, and got experiences by working for an osteopath with perinatal speciality for 8 months in France.


She also worked in Canada for a year in an osteopathic clinic. She is a pasionate osteopath who will always do her best to help her patients recover and feel better.

Christelle is Registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland (OCI) and also a registered practitioner with Vhi, Laya, Irish life and Aviva.



► Jules

 

Having worked in France, Malaysia and now in Ireland, Jules has international experience in osteopathy, as well as becoming a lecturer in Kuala Lumpur and teaching meditation back in the South of France.

Able to usea variety of techniques, he has developed an expertise in cranial osteopathy and biodynamic osteopathy over the years. This wide range of skills allows him to treat a range of patients, from newborns to the elderly, including adults and pregnant women.

For more than 10 years now, he has witnessed the amazing effects of osteopathy on people, and he would love to talk about what we can do for you to get you back to health. His passion for osteopathy leads him to study an amazing amount of fields that all come together in his practice: anatomy, yoga, neuroscience of pain, philosophy etc.

He draws on these foundations to effectively treat a wide range of conditions. He has a clinical focus in providing osteopathy for pregnancy, children, babies and golfers as he plays golf himself. He also specialises in treating ailments such as concussion, headaches, sinus, vertigos, carpal tunnel syndrome and women's health issues.

Jules is Registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland (OCI) and also a registered practitioner with Vhi, Laya, Irish life and Aviva.


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