Meet the team

Lee Harvey (Clinic Director)

Registered Osteopath


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.  Lee works with Chatteris Town F.C. helping keep their players on the pitch.  Lee enjoys playing football himself and is also a keen golfer.  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.

David Hattersley

Musculoskeletal Physician

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David qualified as a doctor in 1971 and went into general practice. He became interested in back pain and consequently started training courses in 1980. In 1991 he qualified as an osteopath and left general practice to work as a self-employed practitioner.

Interests: treatment of pain arising from the muscles and bones by means of massage, manipulation and sometimes acupuncture. Very interested in how pain arises through faulty working practices etc.

David is married and has 4 grown-up children.

Jenna Dockerill

Registered Osteopath


Jenna is a registered osteopath; she completed her Master’s degree in Osteopathic Medicine at Oxford Brookes University in 2013. Since finishing her degree she has completed postgraduate courses in Cranial Osteopathy and Medical Acupuncture.

Jenna enjoys her work as an osteopath and the diversity of the conditions that she is able to treat. Her treatments consist of hands on work in the aim to restore the body’s natural balance and to facilitate repair, along with exercises to help patients manage and maintain their symptoms, between and following treatment.

Jenna became interested in the mechanical adaptations the pregnant body undertakes. Which prompted research in her dissertation topic; the treatment of pregnancy related lower back pain. The knowledge that she gained from this research has influenced her clinical practice and aided her understanding in the complexities of the maternal body. Jenna also has a keen interest in the use of osteopathy for babies and young children.

Karen J Bays

Chiropodist / Podiatrist

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Karen qualified as a Chiropodist/Podiatrist in 1991 and began working at the Chatteris clinic very shortly after. She is a Registered Member of the Health and Care Professions Council and has, over the years, also worked as a Podiatrist in Nursing Homes, Warden Controlled Housing, Prisons and provided a Home Visiting Service.

Karen can give advice on general foot care as well as treat and alleviate day to day foot problems such as corns and calluses, verrucae, athletes foot, thickened nails, fungal diseases, involuted and ingrown toenails.

Karen treats patients with any foot disorder or medical conditions which lead to foot problems, for example Diabetics. (Diabetes can limit the blood supply to your feet and cause a loss of feeling. This can mean foot injuries do not heal well, and the lack of feeling means you may not notice if your foot is sore or injured. If you have diabetes you’re 15 times more likely to have a limb amputated due to gangrene, so it is of great importance to have regular checks with a qualified Practitioner.)

Karen can also advise on the use of Orthotic devices to assist with foot pain caused from conditions such as Plantar Fasciitis, Metatarsalgia, Hallux Valgus (Bunion) amongst others.

Karen has treated patients ranging from 6 months to 104 so if you fall between these two ages you’re very welcome to book an appointment with her!