About Cambridge Osteopathy
Cambridge Osteopathy is dedicated to patient care, aiming to help each and every patient back to their best health by treating the symptoms as well as the cause.
We provide safe, effective and expert care for the treatment and management of a wide range of medical conditions.
Osteopathic treatment comprises the identification of the underlying cause(s) of pain, treatment using a variety of techniques to promote the body’s self-healing mechanisms and appropriate self-care advice to prevent re-occurrence. Primarily treatments involve soft tissue massage, mobilisations, manipulations and exercise prescription. Our osteopaths are also trained in medical acupuncture and kinesio taping which can also form part of the treatment plan.
Meet Our Team
Bethany Garrett M.Ost, DO, ND
Bethany graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy (Distinction) at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM), together with Diplomas in Naturopathy and Sports Massage. At BCOM she was awarded multiple prizes for high achievement and excellence in medical and anatomical knowledge, hands-on manual practice and clinical aspects of osteopathic technique.
Bethany is also trained in Kinesio Taping and Medical Acupuncture, which form part of her treatment approach, as well as sports massage, mobilisation techniques and exercise.
Her advanced understanding of the body and functional movement, together with a broad range of techniques allows her to provide tailored treatment and advice for patients.
Aside from osteopathy, Bethany enjoys horse-riding, netball, rowing and running and regularly participates in charity muddy obstacle races.
The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) regulates the practice of osteopathy in the UK. The GOsC works with the public and osteopathic profession to promote patient safety by registering qualified professionals and setting, maintaining and developing standards of osteopathic practice and conduct.
The Institute of Osteopathy (iO) is the UK’s professional membership organisation for registered osteopaths. The purpose of the iO is to unite, promote, develop and support the osteopathic profession, to improve public health and patient care.