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Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

Natasha Peachey Natasha has been working since 1994 firstly as a Sports Massage Therapist and now as an Osteopath after qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy in London. She has run her own successful clinic just out side London, gained experience in other practices and now works in Edinburgh. She uses both musculoskeletal (general) and cranial osteopathy, is trained in the use of ultrasound and modern acupuncture and has acknowledged expertise in the full range of general complaints for all ages. She lectures in anatomy at the Edinburgh branch of the Scottish Massage Schools and as well as being registered with the General Osteopathic Council she is also a member of the Institute of Osteopathy, Sutherland Cranial College Pathway Programme, Sutherland Cranial Society and the Scottish Osteopathic Society. She also holds an Enhanced Disclosure Certificate (also know as a Criminal Bureau Record check).


Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

Amanda Burnham Amanda qualified as an Osteopath in 2009 from the London School of Osteopathy prior to which she worked in the music industry. Once qualified she gained experience in London establishing her own practice, whilst also working as an Associate at a very busy and well respected North London clinic. Amanda practises structural, cranial and visceral osteopathic techniques combined with lifestyle and exercise advice. She is also trained in Medical Acupuncture. It is this breadth of approach that enables Amanda to focus her treatment to every patient's precise needs. She is particularly interested in treating pregnancy related issues (both ante- and post-natal) and babies. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, thus ensuring patient safety, practitioner competence and fulfilling statutory requirements.


A Registered Osteopath will have undergone a demanding 4-year training involving in-depth study of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, biomechanics and clinical methods, as well as extensive practical skills. Osteopathy is the first complementary healthcare profession to gain full statutory recognition under The Osteopaths Act (1993) which in turn led to the formation of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and Register of Osteopaths. Only practitioners who have shown they are competent and safe to practice are allowed on the Register. This affords the general public the same level of protection as when visiting a GP or Dentist. In addition to this to fulfill the GOsC's registration criteria Osteopaths must undertake ongoing postgraduate studies (Continual Professional Development).



Registered Podiatrist with the Health Professions Council

Registered Nurse

Jennifer MacDonaldJennifer is a Registered Nurse and has over 15 years working within a wide variety of disciplines. She undertook her honours degree in Podiatry at Queen Margaret University in 2006 is now a Registered Podiatrist with the Health and Care and Professions Council. She is also a member of The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. Based in Edinburgh Jennifer brings her wealth of clinical experience to the practice providing comprehensive and effective treatment for all your foot conditions.


The profession of Podiatry is now fully regulated to protect the general public ensuring they are treated by fully qualified practitioners, and the titles 'Podiatrist'and 'Chiropodist' are protected by law. Anyone who uses these titles must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists is the leading body for HCPC Registered Chiropodists and Podiatrists, and it represents about 18,000 practising members. Podiatrists undergo a rigorous 3-4 year undergraduate training, but carrying on learning with compulsory Continual Professional Development throughout their working careers to ensure they are up-to-date with current treatment techniques.