Eva graduated a decade ago from the College of Osteopaths. Having completed five years of osteopathic training she received the college’s Don Upton Award for academic achievement and was congratulated on her research into ligament laxity and joint instability.
Due to her sports background she has a particular interest in sports injuries and postural alignment and over the years has complemented her osteopathic training by attending courses in her interest area such as exercise rehabilitation, kynesio taping, orthotic prescription and Pilates. Having experienced an achilles rupture herself she has a particular interest in pelvic and lower limb biomechanics and rehab. She also has an interest in treating postural and biomechanical changes during pregnancy.
Eva’s approach to osteopathy is structural and she enjoys working with the full spectrum of ages from the young to the old, tailoring treatments according to your needs. In her spare time Eva likes to travel and go trekking with her family, exercise and play the guitar.