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Beverley and Pauline are the first point of contact at the clinic , whether it is on the phone or as you walk through the door, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere, trying their hardest to help arrange what you need to help you be the best you that you can be! Beverley and Pauline do all the hard work behind the scenes to enable our clinical team to have the correct information and resources, allowing us to look after our patients to the highest standard. Simply put, what we do would not work without them! They are both kind, cheerful and incredibly caring, going out of their way to help us and you.
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Chris Gelson

Chris Gelson

Registered Osteopath

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Chris qualified at the College of Osteopathic Medicine in London in 1994. His main treatment interest is musculoskeletal issues ranging from spinal to peripheral joints such as shoulders, hips and knees. This includes muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Rachael Daniel

Rachael Daniel

Registered Osteopath

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Rachael qualified as an osteopath in 2013 from Oxford Brookes University. Her postgraduate training includes acupuncture qualification from The British Medical Acupuncture society, of which she is a member, and module 1 and 2 of the Sutherland Cranial College pathway.

Rachael treats musculoskeletal complaints acute and chronic and particularly enjoys working as member of the multidisciplinary team of osteopaths and physiotherapist at the Gelson Clinic.

Juliet Sanders

Juliet Sanders

Chartered Physiotherapist

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Juliet has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the field of physiotherapy. She qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1984 gaining her Physiotherapy Diploma from Manchester Royal Infirmary School of Physiotherapy.

A further 2 years working in the NHS enhanced her knowledge base and in 1987 an opportunity arose to develop the physiotherapy service for a large ship building company with 14,500 employees. Over a period of nine years the service was transformed from a treatment only service run in a porta-cabin to an Occupational Health service with a full range of services including workplace assessments, return to work programmes, training in manual handling and display screen equipment use, alongside fast track physiotherapy treatment specific to the employees work demands and forming an integral part of the Occupational Health Department at the shipyard.

Juliet undertook further training and in 2005 gained a Post Graduate Certificate in Applied Ergonomics from Nottingham University. In addition her skills in the workplace and the benefit this gave to industry was increasingly recognised resulting in contracts with both corporate companies and local SMEs. Juliet feels that working in industry has allowed her to appreciate the importance of physiotherapy not just for treating injuries but also for ensuring the person is rehabilitated to full fitness enabling a safe return to work and/or sport.

To enhance her skills with musculoskeletal disorders Juliet undertook training in orthopaedic medicine. This focused on detailed assessments, accurate diagnosis and manual therapy techniques including manipulation. Following successful completion of all four modules and exam she was invited to join Orthopaedic Medicine International as a tutor providing post graduate courses for doctors and physiotherapists.

Juliet’s special interest is in the management of musculoskeletal disorders from initial treatment through to return to full function. Attention is given to providing patients with a full understanding of their condition and then providing a treatment package that includes an individual rehabilitation programme relevant to their work and /or sport.

Natalie Seager

Natalie Seager

Registered Osteopath

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Natalie qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (now University of Osteopathy) in 1994. She is highly experienced in treating all ages.

As well as conventional osteopathy techniques she is qualified in dry needling and cranial osteopathy. Natalie has always had a keen interest in treating children (all ages) and pregnant women.

As an older first time mother she is aware from a professional and first hand basis the stresses and strains of pregnancy, childbirth, looking after a young toddler and working full-time. She is also interested in the complicated patients and thrives on problem solving and doing the best for her patients.

Georgia Brawn

Georgia Brawn

Registered Osteopath

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Georgia graduated with a Masters degree from the European School of Osteopathy in 2016. She has trained in both structural and cranial osteopathy, and has experience treating anyone from adults to young children for a wide range of complaints.

Her special interests are long term, arthritic conditions, and loves to work with those who are stuck in the void between ineffective painkillers and trying to avoid joint replacement surgeries. She also has postgraduate training in treating shoulder problems, and a sports massage qualification which she incorporates into her treatments.

Having recently relocated to Corbridge from Northamptonshire, Georgia looks forward to learning all about the local area from her patients, while getting them back on the road to recovery!

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To help you be the best you that you can be

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There is no fixed duration for an appointment although they are generally in the region of 20 minutes. Conditions vary considerably in the amount of time they require. Please remember that what is achieved inside the consulting room is only a proportion of the Osteopath’s work. It is necessary for Osteopaths to keep relevant notes, communicate with GPs, review hospital X-rays and Scans, write reports, liaise with our staff and upgrade our skills.

TESTIMONIALS

I'd suffered whiplash after a bump in the car, it was agony to move! But after a short set of treatments at Gelson's clinic I was feeling normal again...


- Jane Thompson, Hexham