Lee is a registered osteopath with a Masters degree from the British School of Osteopathy and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy.
Prior to studying osteopathy Lee qualified and worked as a chartered accountant with Arthur Andersen and subsequently went on to work within various media companies such as Channel 4 and The Guardian as part of their internal finance teams. Looking for a more engaging career and following successful osteopathic treatments for various sports injuries, he decided to pursue a career in osteopathy.
Lee believes that many people can benefit from osteopathy. In helping with their recovery from injury and alleviating their aches and pains, his aim is to restore health to his patients and enable them continue to do the things in life that they love.
Lee treats a variety of injuries and problems in people of all ages. Lee uses a wide range of techniques in his treatments, including some ‘cranial’ techniques. Lee is also qualified to use acupuncture (or ‘dry needling’) which can be very effective in treating certain types of condition.
Although Lee treats all types of problems in people of all ages, he has a particular interest in the treatment of issues relating to sports injuries. Having always enjoyed sport and fitness and also having previously worked in an office environment, he is able to understand and empathise with how postural issues at work, as well as periods of daily inactivity followed by intensive extra-curricular activity, can lead to back-pain and other related physical problems.
Ian is a registered Osteopath. He completed his Bachelors of Osteopathy at the College of Osteopaths (Middlesex University, London) in June 2016. He holds a diploma in sports Injuries & massage and he has also completed training in therapeutic ultrasound and medical acupuncture.
Ian has diverse practice of treating people from all walks of life and has previously worked in Osteopathy clinics in London and East Anglia. He currently works as an Osteopath in Chatteris, Cambridge and Norfolk.
His approach to treatment is generally quite conservative and gentle, but can be more firm when it needs to be. Ian has experience in managing patients with on-going rheumatologically / inflammatory joint conditions.
His interests lie in postural problems and rehabilitation. Whist at university, his undergraduate research focused on the evidence base of manual therapy for mechanical neck pain.
In his free time, he is a keen explorer, traveller and outdoor activity enthusiast. He is happy doing something as extreme as gliding or something as tame as sailing.
Calum qualified as a Sports Therapist in 2015 from Coventry University and is a member of The Society of Sports Therapists. Since qualifying, Calum has enjoyed every minute helping clients become pain free and functional again. Having previously worked in a busy Cambridge clinic, Calum has seen a variety of injuries – both Sporting and Occupational.
Calum has a love for all sports and has played Football, Rugby, Cricket and Golf over the years. He’s currently working with The Leys School in Cambridge, providing first aid for first team rugby fixtures.
Calum likes to use hands on methods to treat any aches, pains or niggles. He also has a keen interest in Prehab. Prehab is a method of preventing injury through improving mobility, strength and stability. If you ever want to learn more about Prehab or have any questions to ask Calum about Sports Therapy, you can find him in clinic on Mondays and Wednesdays.
A fun fact about Calum is that he used to work for an award winning local ice cream company. He did this during the summer months when he was studying for his Sports Therapy degree. Cool!