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Viv Keohane (M.Ost) - Registered Osteopath

The Natural Practice

Viv holds a Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) having graduated from the University College of Osteopaths (UCO) (previously the British School of Osteopathy) and has subsequently worked in high-profile osteopathic clinics in London.  She also works at the UCO as a clinic tutor, which she very much enjoys.  Viv has strong foundations in anatomy and osteopathic principles taking a dedicated and individual approach to each patient.  She has post-graduate training from the Sutherland Cranial College and she enjoys combining this gentle approach with structural osteopathic foundations.  Viv has experience treating expectant mothers presenting with aches associated with pregnancy such as back, pelvic and leg pain.  Post-natal appointments can also be useful to evaluate how the musculoskeletal system is functioning particularly after a stressful birth. 

Viv has a special interest in the treatment of babies and children and has     recently completed her post-graduate certificate in Specialist                     Paediatric Osteopathis Practice (SPOP), receiving her award from HRH             The Princess Royal, Patron of The University College of Osteopaths (UCO).  

In her spare time Viv enjoys keeping active, swimming, running and climbing. 

Osteopaths can help with the following conditions:

  • generlised aches and pains
  • arthritic pain
  • backache (acute and persistent)
  • neckpain
  • headaches
  • frozen shoulder
  • elbow pain - golfers and tennis elbow
  • circulatory problems
  • cramp
  • digestion problems
  • sciatica
  • joint pains
  • muscle spasm
  • neuralgia
  • fibromyalgia
  • inability to relax
  • rheumatic pain
  • minor sports injuries and tension