Our team

Osteopathy | Sports Massage | Medical Acupuncture

Our Team

Lordswood Osteopathy Clinic

Sue Jennings, BSc (Hons), DO

Osteopath

Sue lives locally to the practice in Lordswood, Chatham and is the owner of the practice. After graduating from the European School of Osteopathy.

Sue opened the Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic in 2010 and also began working at the European School of Osteopathy.

At this school Sue is part of the examination team who assess the osteopathic students prior to their graduation as osteopaths.

Sue is particularly interested in clinical neurology which is the assessment of the nervous system of the body and feels that this is a very important part of osteopathy.  Sue is greatly interested in how neurological problems affect people in their everyday lives and is passionate about helping to resolve these difficulties with both her treatment and the rehab exercises that she prescribes.

Within her treatment, Sue uses a variety of techniques designed to suit each individual and prides herself on tailoring her treatment and rehab packages to each patient's personal and specific requirement.

 

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Charlotte Wood M.OST. D.O

Osteopath, Sports Massage Therapist

Charlotte lives in Rainham and graduated as an Osteopath from the European School of Osteopathy in 2016. She uses a variety of techniques to suit the individual patient and their problem.

Charlotte is a clinical Pilates instructor and sports massage therapist. She is passionate about getting people more active and improving patients overall wellbeing. Charlotte has always been interested in sport and fitness, which led her into this occupation. She is currently training for the London marathon, enjoys Pilates and spends a lot of time out walking her dog.

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Samantha Watson M.Ost

Osteopath, Sports Massage Therapist

Sam graduated from the European school of osteopathy in July 2018 with an Integrated Masters Degree in Osteopathy and in 2019 she achieved runner up for the institute of osteopathy research in practice award. Sam also gained a Level 3 Diploma in sports massage in 2014.

Her osteopathic treatment style consists of both structural and functional techniques dependent on the patient’s wants and needs.  She has a special interest in visceral osteopathy as the organs of the body have the potential to influence the musculoskeletal system and posture. She is also interested in how psychology affects the body, so she will always try to get a holistic view of someone’s lifestyle and how this may impact on their current problem/symptoms.

Outside of the osteopathic practice, her personal interests include fitness and music (especially live). She has a creative side so enjoys art as well as creative writing. Mostly she loves to be sociable, see friends and family and also meet new people.

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Simone Baldrich M.Ost.

Osteopath

Originally coming from Germany, Simone found her way via Australia to England to achieve an M.Ost in Osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy and she also holds a certificate for dry needling.

As a practitioner, Simone uses a structural approach but has had the privilege to be trained in different areas such as visceral and cranial osteopathy to allow individual treatment to each patient.

Due to her own interest in sports such as volleyball, cycling and running, she also developed further skills for appropriate taping after sports injuries to support recovery or prevention of injury in the first place.

Simone enjoys seeing patients of all ages to support with short or longterm issues with the aim to restore the best possible health to their body.

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Daniel Edmondson M.Ost (Hons) Ost.Med D.O PGCHE.

Osteopath

Dan graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2012 with an M.Ost degree in Osteopathy. This course taught him a wide range of treatment approaches from structural to cranial and visceral, which he fully incorporates in all his treatments.

Dan has always been active in sports and fitness covering a variety of sports from running/triathlon to crossfit, rock climbing and martial arts. This background in sports led him to be picked as part of the medical team at the 2018 IAAF World indoor athletics championships.

Dan has always strived to provide more for his patients which has led him to becoming qualified in medical acupuncture, Kinesiology taping and developing his skill in strength and conditioning, injury rehabilitation and sport nutrition. He also has over 10 years experience in running gait/footwear analysis and is in the process of becoming a England athletics qualified running coach.

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Marco Zita M.Ost.

Osteopath, Sports Massage Therapist

Marco graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2019 having achieved an M.Ost in Osteopathy. During his time studying there he also achieved his qualification in dry needling and sports massage therapy which he now uses in conjunction with his osteopathy for treatment of various injuries.

Marco is particularly interested in treating sports injuries as he has a background in both badminton and martial arts. He also spent time on the Chelsea bench as part of the pitch side medical team and he is a Chelsea and Roma fan. He is also passionate about boxing, MMA and tennis.

Marco is bilingual in Italian and was a medic with the London Ambulance. He has also taught at primary schools previous to training as an osteopath. This has helped him to achieve a broad knowledge base as well as gaining excellent communication skills which is invaluable to him as an osteopath.

Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic

The Lords wood Osteopathic Clinic was established and is run by Sue Jennings, BSc (Hons), Osteopath. The Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic is situated on the ground floor of Lordswood Leisure Centre, North Dane Way, Chatham, with plenty of free parking and disabled access. The clinic is open during the daytime on Monday to Friday, evening appointments available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings. Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic staff are all registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).