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Bruce was introduced to Newmarket in 1997 by an eminent horse trainer having been spotted plying his skills in Dubai. His first Sports Injury and Sports Massage clinic was established in the same year. A need for further education was realised and after a 5 year degree course Bruce graduated from the London School of Osteopathy with a BSc (Honours) in Osteopathy.
Bruce specialises in spinal and sports injury treatments and uses a wide range of S-soft tissue techniques, manipulation, electrotherapy, dry needling & ultrasound. He also has a knowledge of biomechanics and prescribes orthotics.
Human performance has always been a feature of his practice and Bruce has linked this coaching knowledge with the very latest fitness test equipment for athletic endurance sports and weight loss. An appreciation of the interrelationship of the body's systems has led to the introduction of Visceral Osteopathic techniques aimed at improving gut function, nutrition absorption, mood and hormone balance. It is suitable for all patients from the obese to the athlete, irrelevant of age or sex.
Team and pitchside experience.
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Guy graduated from the University of Gloucestershire and studied Sport Science at Sheffield University before joining us at Derby Cottage Clinic.
Guy gained invaluable pitchside treatment and rehab experience at Cambridge United Football Club where he was responsible for the complete care of injured players.
The time Guy spent at the sharp end of sport benefits our patients as he is able to accurately diagnose, treat and offer an accurate prognosis, along with full exercise rehab advice.
Guy enjoys cycling, volleyball and rugby and has an extensive knowledge of fine food and wines.
Following a gap year during which he toured the world, Danny attended the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in 2010.
Danny's introduction to osteopathy had been as a patient when his Osteopath succeeded where other medical professionals had failed. This experience taught him the value of a multimodality approach to treatment.
A keen sportsman since his school days, Danny is still involved in a variety of sports and is an avid football supporter.
Emma graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007. Emma also has a diploma in Naturopathy and enhances her Osteopathic treatments with advice on nutrition and how eating the correct foods can accelerate recovery.
Emma has also studied Biomechanics and Gait analysis. She prescribes bespoke orthotics and gives advice on off the shelf insoles.
Emma is quite adventurous and has recently completed a road trip around South West America. She has a passion for music and is a talented singer and guitarist.
Katie graduated from the University of Birmingham in 1991and worked in the NHS for a number of years. She has worked with the Military in the UK and Northern Ireland and has enjoyed living in many beautiful places while treating a diverse range of professional athletes and amateur sports enthusiasts.
Since graduating Katie has continued to develop her clinical skills and enjoys ongoing clinical courses. She is an ergonomist, useful for our corporate patients and business owners, and a manual handling trainer.
She has Acupuncture, Bowen and Craniosacral skills.
She consults as an MSK specalist in diverse occupational health, industrial and manufacturing settings helping employers maintain and improve their employee workplace productivity, occupational health and wellbeing overall.
In her spare time, Katie keeps fit and enjoys cycling, long walks and exploring, preferably in the sun.
Mark's passion is to make a positive difference and help our patients get back to fully healthy life and maximum pain free range of movement.
Mark enjoys solving people's problems and draws from experience gained in both western and eastern therapeutic disciplines; he is also a very experienced Yoga teacher.
Mark has a long history as a competitive cyclist and has inevitably had his fair share of injuries, so he knows how it feels to be out of action and has great understanding and empathy with his patients.
Mark worked in the NHS for 20 years, caring for mental health patients, and has developed a great understanding of mind and body.
Barbara has been a key member of the Derby Cottage Clinic team since 2002.
Her role has changed dramatically over the years. Barbara is now responsible for business development and advertising, sourcing and dealing with suppliers and her duties as Company Secretary.
Barbara's all-round help and professionalism are great assets. Every company needs a Barb!
Francesca is the most recent recruit to the front office team. She quickly discovered that reception at Derby Cottage Clinic isn't just about the diary and the phone. Her role is one for the true multi-tasker and you'll be welcomed to the clinic with one of Francesca's smiles.
Marcus' early sporting achievements were as a Javelin thrower, becoming National Youth Champion and reaching second place in the AAA National Championships. He then went on to compete at International level in weight lifting.
Like most athletes, Marcus has experienced injuries, however he has used this experience to his benefit when training others to achieve their sporting potential. His methods are exacting and successful. Marcus' very motivational training sessions take place on a 1-1 basis in a private gym.
After suffering a herniated lumbar disc, Bruce needed to find ways of maintaining strength and combining a strong core.
Here are some of the exercises that Marcus has used to achieve Bruce’s aim. Since starting this style of exercise Bruce’s back pain has reduced and he is far more capable of continuing a balanced lifestyle, while continuing with a busy working life managing the practice and keeping up with his very active daughters’ sporting life.
An accredited and experienced Counselling Psychologist, CBT and EMDR therapist based in central Cambridge and Ely.
How can Therapy help?
During times of stress, we can all think differently about ourselves and what happens to us. Our thinking can become extreme and unhelpful, which can worsen how we feel. We may then behave in certain ways that can prolong our distress. We can become very critical of ourselves, we can look around at others close to us and misinterpret their behaviour or compare ourselves negatively, and we may even look at our future and be unable to factor in the possibility of things improving.
CBT practitioners help each person identify and change their extreme thinking and unhelpful behaviour. In doing this, the result is often a major improvement in how a person feels and lives.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is the recommended therapy by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) for treatment of a range of disorders including:
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR is a therapy that was developed to resolve symptoms resulting from disturbing and unresolved life experiences. This could be a major one incident trauma or an intolerable situation that was on-going. EMDR is rated as being the best method of treatment for traumas and is recommended by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the treatment of trauma.
Recent research has also show EMDR to be an effective intervention in the treatment of some anxiety, OCD and depression.
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Sarah provides professional counselling for individuals and couples.
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