Caroline Dean

Caroline Dean BSc (Hons)

Caroline Dean BSc (Hons) graduated from London school of osteopathy, while training as an osteopath I worked as sports massage therapist.

I enjoy the variety that osteopathy and massage brings, in my spare time I enjoy walking my dogs and riding/competing my horses.

Thomas Newfield

Thomas Newfield, MOst, BSc, BA

Tom Newfield graduated in 2016 from the London School of Osteopathy and in 2012 from the European School of Osteopathy. Before studying osteopathy he practiced massage.

Tom is experienced in treating children and adults using an approach at once constitutional and focussed on the patient’s needs.

He looks at nutrition and other factors, seeking lasting results for his patients.

Tom sees patients with back and neck pain, joint problems and other problems, sports injuries, nerve pain, also babies with colic and ladies to help with problems around pregnancy.


He’s a Dad, loves being with his family, reading, gardening and woodwork, music and travel.

Sam Chapple


Sam Chapple graduated with a Masters degree in Osteopathy from Oxford Brookes University in 2015.
He developed a keen interest in Osteopathy at an early age following exposure whilst playing Football for most of his teenage years. This influenced his decision to step away and pursue a career as an Osteopath.
Since graduating, Sam has continued his development as an Osteopath by completing qualifications in Sports Massage Therapy and Medical Acupuncture. He has developed a keen interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, whilst also continuing to successfully treat a wide range of ages and conditions with his holistic and structural approach.

Chenine Bruley

Chenine graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Masters of Osteopathy in 2012. Chenine’s first degree was an honours degree in Human Biology at King’s College London where her interest in anatomy and physiology and the way the body works and functions grew.
As well as working structurally, Chenine treats using the gentler techniques of cranial osteopathy which is suitable for all ages, and particularly in treating children and babies and in the treatment of cervicogenic headaches and migraine prevention.

Chenine has undergone post graduate training in Specialist Paediatric Osteopathy which is a specialist area of osteopathy in treating young children, from new-born babies to school age. Muscular tensions and strains can occur in new-born babies; from the birthing process, to difficulty in feeding, lying positions and congestion/difficulties with digestion. Specialist Paediatric Osteopathy combines cranial osteopathy and gentle fascial techniques as a safe and gentle way to help relax and relieve tension in your baby/young child to help make them more comfort.

In her spare time Chenine enjoys swimming, cycling and is a keen dancer, particularly modern jive dancing.

Chris Eke

Chris Eke BSc (Hons) Ost


Chris Eke graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1998 and specialises in the biomechanical assessment and treatment of Sports Injuries.

Chris has worked in specialised clinics in France, New Zealand and the USA treating a wide range of age groups and conditions…

…he uses a variety of structural treatment techniques complemented by the use of Acupuncture, Electrotherapy and Orthotics. Chris also lectures in Podiatric Biomechanics, Gait Analysis, Injury Prevention, Osteopathic Technique and Orthotic Prescription.