Victoria Shaw

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Victoria Shaw 2018-05-10T01:36:07+00:00
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Victoria Shaw BSC (Hons), BA Hons ADO MRN
Registered Osteopath & Neuropath

“Victoria is excellent, very knowledgeable and professional. She has improved my quality of life so much”Louise, Milton Keynes

Victoria qualified as an osteopath in 2010 with the completion of her 5 year degree, gaining a BSc Hons in Osteopathy. She went on to do an Advanced Diploma in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy in 2012 to develop her skills in promoting health. Since 2014 she has been training in and employing the more holistic approach of Classical Osteopathy and plans to complete her Diploma in Classical Osteopathy in 2019.

Victoria is passionate about helping people promote their health: not just patching people up but sustainable long-term health. This involves recognising the innate healing capacity of the body and the importance of treating the whole person: our body’s mechanics; our physiology and our psychological state.

Her style of treatment is gentle and focussed and involves assessing the whole body and addressing any issues that are obstructing its continuous drive for healing and good health. Her training in naturopathy means she has a deep understanding regarding promoting overall health and can advise on nutrition and lifestyle which together with osteopathic treatment helps you to achieve higher levels of energy and wellbeing.

An important part of the appointment for Victoria is educating patients so that they understand what is going on and what they can do to make a difference. She feels it is important that patients are given the knowledge to take control of their situation.

It is therefore suitable for all ages as treatment is tailored to each individual and their needs.. Whatever your age she can help you with the all kinds of aches and pains from headaches, RSI (repetitive strain injury), tennis and golfers elbow, pain in your neck, back, knees hands and feet and, as a primary care practitioner and she is qualified to identify if you need to see your GP.