Goodbye Katie & Hello Kerri!

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We are very proud of our little team and all their expertise, and are also thrilled for them when their reputation means they move onto new opportunities.  So after five happy years our fantastic osteopath, Katie, couldn’t pass up the opportunity to work in the NHS and make osteopathy more accessible to people. 

As Katie shares,

Deciding to leave the Camomile Rooms has not been an easy decision. I have really enjoyed the past five years working with Nicky and the team. The Camomile Rooms is truly a wonderful place and I have really enjoyed our belief in the importance of putting you all first in everything that we do, and working to give the best possible care to all of you.
Although I was not looking to leave, I was offered the opportunity to work in a doctor’s surgery in Bristol with the aim of reducing health inequality. This is a passion of mine, which I’m sure some of you already know. I will be working alongside doctors and other health professionals, which isn’t something osteopaths often get the chance to do. However, I’ve worked with Nicky to find a fantastic osteopath to fill my shoes and I know you’ll all give her a warm welcome.
And finally, just to say a huge thank you to all of you for all your support over the years, all the referrals and recommendations and also the kind words I have received. It has meant a lot. Katie x

Katie has been a fantastic member of the team, a friend, and a joy to work alongside and we will all miss her but wish her the very best for the future.

However, the good news is that Katie and I have hand-picked a wonderful new osteopath to take over from her and we would like to welcome Kerri to the team!

 

Introducing Kerri Holden:


Hello! I’m really excited to be joining the team at the Camomile Rooms and meeting lots of you in due course. But to give you a little bit of information about me, I’ve always loved learning and helping people achieve their potential by enhancing well-being. This sparked an ambition to work as a healthcare professional so I completed a Masters of Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) and graduated with distinction. I was also awarded the LM Nadioo prize for Best Practical Osteopathic Skills on graduation and now teach at UCO to help others become osteopaths.
I use a variety of treatments including prescriptive exercises to help you continue your improvement post-treatment and also use more gentle techniques such as cranial osteopathy. I have undertaken additional training in treating pain and working with the nervous system which can be particularly helpful for those of you who have been in pain for a long time. I also have particular interest in pre and postnatal care and women’s health, and already work alongside midwives, but I enjoy working with all ages and with all issues, all using the latest research to provide the best care for all of you. Kerri.

Kerri has already started working with us with amazing feedback and happy (and pain-free!) clients already and we are all excited about the future.  To read more about Kerri, click here...

For those of you who have experienced Katie’s wonderful treatments, I know you’ll wish Katie every success in her new position and will give Kerri a warm welcome too.

If you have any physical discomfort, niggling aches and pains, limited mobility, headaches or  joint pains then just call us on 01242 227752 or email us at info@nurture4life.co.uk – we are here to help. 

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