About Us

Amy Holmes   -  Principle Osteopath

 

Amy Holmes studied at the prestigious British College of Osteopathic Medicine graduating in 2004 with a first class honours degree, and also a diploma in Naturopathic Medicine. Since qualification she returned to the Beccles/Lowestoft  area where she started her own Osteopathic clinic. This expanded in 2005 to include the Osteopathic Clinic within Millwood Surgery. Recently, Amy has moved both clinics to two fantastic new venues within Rookery Park Golf Club, Lowestoft, and MOVE PT in Great Yarmouth.
 
During her over 18 years of practice, Amy has treated patients of all ages; from 5 days old to over 100 years young! She has treated a wide variety of conditions from acute injuries to more chronic aches and pains.
 
Amy is an extreemly caring practitioner who prides herself in listening to her patinets to help them get the most of out treatment and, in turn, the most out of their body.
 
Amy continues to expand her knowledge with courses and further education, constantly enhancing the service she can offer to her patients. She treats using a variety of mobilisation, soft tissue techniques, manipulation and therapeutic ultrasound. She is also qualified in cranial osteopathy and dry needling.
 
Aside being an Osteopath, Amy is also mother to two children. This has only served to increase her interest, sparked at university, in the pelvic balance and the effect of pregnancy and childbirth on pelvic and back health. Amy is also a keen sports person playing both hockey and golf, giving her enhanced interest in sports injuries and in obtaining optimal sporting performance.

 

 

 

Louise Cartwright  -  Osteopath

 

Louise qualified with a Masters of Osteopathy in 2010 and has been practising Osteopathy for 12 years. Louise started working with Amy Holmes in September in September 2019 and has successfully established herself in the clinic two days a week.

 

During her practice, Louise has gained a wealth of experience treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain. During her career Louise has worked closely with local GP practices.

 

Louise is a thoughtful practitioner who works collaboratively with patients to understand their needs and treatment goals. Louise uses a structural approach to her practice including joint and spinal mobilisation, soft tissue techniques, therapeutic ultrasound and kinesiology taping. Louise is also qualified in dry needling and reflexology.

 

Louise is available at Rookery Park Golf Club every Wednesday and Friday 9am - 5pm (times can be flexible)

 

 

Our Clinic

As osteopaths we will use a combination of manipulative and mobilisation techniques to help restore your optimal physical function. In addition to spinal adjustments, services such as preventive health care, massage and rehabilitative exercise will help you recover optimum health and peak performance. We will demonstrate how best to care for your back, neck and other extremities to prevent further pain.

 

Most private insurance cover includes osteopathic care.

 

Contact us to set up an appointment, and make a commitment to your well-being today!