Mr Cedric Chapelin attended the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) where he studied for the “access course” whilst also studying a massage course and working in an Osteopathic practice in North London. This combination gave him the opportunity to develop skills ahead of the 4 years degree at the BSO and his then future osteopathic career. He graduated in 2007 and was lucky to be offered a position as “Associate Osteopath” at Fulham Osteopaths the same year.
Since Joining the team Cedric has developed his skills both in Cranial and Classical Osteopathy, in which he has undertaken post-graduate courses and activities. He believes in the integration of these skills is crucial to delivering the best osteopathic care. Developing gentle technique is best for the treatment of acute symptoms, babies, pregnancy and post-pregnancy. A stronger, structural approach benefits sportsmen and those seeking to improve their posture and flexibility. Both approaches can be seen as 2 ends of a scale, which enables Cedric to treat the whole family.
Cedric’s area of expertise includes Sporting injury, shoulder problems, headaches and jaw pain/tension. He has experience working with recovering addicts and people with disordered eating.
Cedric also believes that osteopathic treatment is excellent for self-maintenance and prevention. A monthly visit often goes a long way.