I graduated with an Integrative Masters degree from the European school of Osteopathy in 2014. I have always been keen in helping others and having received Osteopathic treatments as a child and following sports injuries, Osteopathy was for me the best filing profession. Since I graduated, I practiced as Osteopath in Kent for three years in three different Osteopathic clinics. I have now relocated to Southend-On-Sea and have been building my Osteopathic clinic since March 2017.
As a fully qualified and registered Osteopath, I use osteopathic techniques such as manipulations, articulations, soft tissue massage and stretching, as well as cranial osteopathic treatments, Kinesiology taping and Dry needling in order to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and health problems with the aim of helping recovery and preventing further occurrences. I provide treatment and care for people of all ages from newborns to the elderly, as well as pregnant women, sports people, athletes, office and manual workers.
I am also a sport and exercise nutritional advisor and offer sport nutrition consultations (See "Sport nutrition" in the menu section)
I can offer consultations in both French and English.
To satisfy the code of ethics and standards, I am fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOSC) and fully insured with the institute of Osteopathy. By law, I am also committed to continuing professional development.
Rianne completed her Masters in Osteopathy at the University College of Osteopathy, formerly known as the British school of osteopathy. Prior to studying osteopathy, she was immersed in the fitness industry working as a personal trainer and gym coach.
Rianne has a keen interest in treating headaches, neck pain, lower back pain, sports-related injuries, as well as helping patients with ongoing chronic pain. She encourages the patient to get involved with their own treatment plan, as she feels to reach optimum health it needs to be a combined effort. Rianne tailors every treatment to the specific patients' needs and goals.
During her studies, Rianne spent some time working in a clinic specifically for pregnant women as well as observing in a pediatric clinic and is eager to carry on exploring the role of the osteopath in this field.
Rianne enjoys running and functional training. Having grown up in Mauritius in her spare time she will always be outdoors, preferably on the coast and camping.
To satisfy the code of ethics and standards, Rianne is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOSC) and fully insured with the institute of Osteopathy. By law, she is also committed to continuing professional development.