Helen Beuschel is an Osteopath with a rich history of academic achievements leading her to the top of her respective field. She qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2003, but prior to this qualified with a degree in Biochemistry and Toxicology and went on to work with the BBC post-production team for 10 years, both of which provided unique experiences resulting in an osteopath with an in-depth and complex skill set. Along with her home practice, the link with the BBC continues where she still treats many BBC staff and contractors.
After qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy, Helen went on to train in Medical Acupuncture with the British Medical Acupuncture Society, working with the renowned neurologist Dr Robert Gerwin. In addition to this, Helen is also trained in cranial techniques, ergonomics and Thai Yoga Massage. Recent study includes visceral manipulation techniques with the Barral Institute and Canine Osteopathy.
Helen has developed a unique approach to the treatment of her patient’s ailments; that is, not just through direct treatment of the illness, but also providing education on how to manage their own condition and how to avoid further exacerbating instances.
Helen engages often in the progression of her field through various research topics, liaising regularly with Osteopathic colleagues and other primary health care professionals, in order to optimise her therapeutic talents. Diabetes has become a keen interest of hers, flourishing from both her undergraduate and postgraduate study. She continues to expand her skill set through extensive study and maintains the highest standards of patient care throughout.
Hip and Knee pain
Lower back pain
Cervical spine (diseases and disorders of)
Osteopathy for pregnancy and post-partum
Osteopathy for all ages
Special interest in diabetes
BSc (Hons) Osteopathy British School of Osteopathy 2003
BSc (Hons) Biochemistry/Toxicology University of Surrey 1987
Medical Acupuncture British Medical Acupuncture Society 2012
Member of Sutherland Cranial Society