Ailis Buchanan graduated from The British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004 with a Bachelor of Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma of Naturopathy degree.
She has experience of treating a wide variety of patients and has post graduate training in Pilates, Crainiosacral Osteopathy and Medical Acupunture.
Ailis has a keen interest in postural rehabilitation and strongly believes in the delivery of care specific to each individual’s needs.
Ailis is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, the healthcare regulator for the osteopathic profession. She is also a member of the Scottish Osteopathic Society and the Institute of Osteopathy.
Jane completed her Masters degree in osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy in 2015.
She was drawn to osteopathy after experiencing a lengthy period of lower back pain and having it successful treated by an osteopath.
Whilst Jane prefers to treat using structural techniques, such as soft tissue release, joint mobilisation and joint manipulation, she employs a wide range of techniques.
Kenneth qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 2000 with a BSc (Hons) Ost.
Since qualifying, Kenneth has been in family practice working with a wide patient base from new born babies to the elderly. His postgraduate studies include cranial osteopathy, paediatric osteopathic medicine and ergonomics.
Kenneth has also been involved in providing sports injury cover for some of East Lothian's major sports events including the Edinburgh to North Berwick Road Race, Mini Triathlon and Tennis Tournament.
Kenneth is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, the healthcare regulator for the osteopathic profession and is also a member of the Scottish Osteopathic Society.
After working in the engineering then financial sectors, Adrian studied counselling, attaining a PgDip in 2007, then an MSc in 2008.
As a qualified and experienced counsellor, Adrian will work with you through your difficult times. Adrian has a particular interests in relationships in all their expressions, workplace stress and helping people towards confidence and empowerment.
For short term work he is likely to draw on personal construct psychology, exploring how we make meaning in our lives. Longer term work is likely to take a more psychodynamic approach, where we explore unconscious processes that affect us.
He is a registered member of BACP and consequently practise within their ethical framework, which includes minimum levels of supervision and continuing professional development.