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Jenny Doe Osteopath Exeter Sports massage Urban Health Exeter

Jenny Doe: M.Ost

Clinical Director, Osteopath, and Sports Massage Therapist

Jenny qualified from Oxford Brookes University with a Masters degree in Osteopathy in 2011. She also has post-graduate training in Cranial Osteopathy and has a diploma in Sports Massage. Jenny lectures two days a week on an Osteopathy degree course at Marjon University where she passes on her knowledge and expertise.

Jenny works with international ultramarathon runners, competative national level weight lifters, paralympic athletes, desk workers and everyday non-athletes, helping people out of pain and into a life of motion.

As well as hands on therapy, Jenny provides professional advice and exercises for continued results between consultations.

 

Jenny is very active in the outdoors, enjoying hiking, climbing, cycling and running. She is a member of North Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team, along with her trainee Search Dog Angus.

You can follow her adventures on Facebook.

Rob Herd Osteopath Exeter Urban Health Exeter

Rob Herd: M.Ost

Osteopath

Rob specialises in using a combination of techniques from joint mobilisation, spinal manipulation and fascial stretching to achieve the best possible results for his clients.

 

Rob has always had a fascination with biomechanics, movement and human performance. Prior to training as an Osteopath, Rob spent 10 years as a Personal Trainer, working with individuals from all walks of life. As such he has extensive knowledge of nutrition, fitness, strength and conditioning, and places great emphasis on the value of corrective exercise.

Craig Humphreys Exeter Sports Massage Urban Health Exeter

Craig Humphreys: Sports Massage Diploma

Sports Massage Therapist

Craig qualified from Bristol University with a Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage and has 15 years experience as a Personal Trainer.

He understands the stresses and strains on a range of body types and is able to make tailor made programmes to match a client's needs. Craig has worked with footballers, rugby players, Ironman athletes through to office workers

Craig also uses hot stones and dry cupping alongside his sports massage therapy and offers home visits on request.

In his spare time, Craig enjoys traveling, cooking and learning new languages.

 

You can follow Craig on Facebook.