Started in Osteopathy 35 years ago with a desire to help people and understand the wonderful complex structure called the body.
He is still going strong. People have turned to him and his patient gentle approach with emphasis on “Do no harm” and a scientific understanding.
“I have been a colleague of Paul Stamp for approximately 14 years.During this time Paul has worked as an Osteopath at our surgery. We have frequently shared the care of patients with musculoskeletal injuries and problems. Paul is extremely experienced in the assessment and management of musculoskeletal disease. He is analytical and accurate, yet pragmatic in his approach to diagnosis and treatment. Paul is also highly literate in Physiology as well as Anatomy and Biomechanics”
– Dr Kevin Barraclough MA MB BS FRCGP DRCOG MRCGP AFOM LLB co author of “Avoiding Errors in General Practice”
Helen has enjoyed a long career in providing health care. She has been an Osteopath and Cranial Osteopath for the last 30 years although at first was an Oncology Nurse at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. Since then she has completed the Paediatric Training with the SCCO and later obtained a Masters degree from Oxford University in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. She was Co-Author of Managing Pressure at Work, a BBC publication and is a voluntary Mentor for the Invest Programme in association with The Cranfield Trust and Honourable Company of Gloucestershire. As a mother of three, now grown up, children life has been busy but full of dog walks, music, theatre and following her interests with horses!
Tom has trained at both the John Wernham college of classical osteopathy (JWCCO) and the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) giving him a fairly unique insight into both traditional osteopathy and the more modern techniques. Toms training and experience have enabled him to treat all ranges of patient presentations from acute to chronic and typical to complex, adapting his technique to suit all ranges of individuals.
Tom is fully registered with the General osteopathic council, a member of the Institute of osteopathy and regularly completes training with the Academy of physical medicine.
Jane qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1983. She ran her own busy practice in Halstead, Essex for 14 years, the last 4 of which she also worked in the hospital physiotherapist department for 2 days a week offering Osteopathic services to patients funded by the local GP practice. After a 3 year break living in Grenoble France Jane recommenced her career in 2003 and has worked with us at Gloucester Osteopaths ever since. Her experience of life and people plus 30 + years of osteopathic work help her to be a very kind thoughtful and hard-working Osteopath