Our Osteopaths

 
At Reigate Osteopathic Clinic we currently have the following practising osteopaths:

James Olorenshaw BSc.(Ost.).

James qualified from The British School of Osteopathy (the largest and the oldest osteopathic school in the UK) in 1992 and came to work in the practice soon after. He became the principal of the practice in 2005. He was a Senior Clinical Tutor and lecturer at The British School of Osteopathy for many years. He founded the Surrey Osteopathic Group and therefore acts as a regional representative to the profession’s governing body, The General Osteopathic Council. He was also appointed through the government’s Appointments Commission to sit on the council’s Investigating Committee for eight years.

Through undergraduate and postgradutae study he has developed techniques to apply to many different issues including sports problems and chronic pain. He has also undergone postgraduate study in cranio-sacral osteopathy, offering a very gentle approach to suitable issues.

James competed in Surrey League hockey for many years and is a keen runner participating up to marathon distance. He has a large degree of experience treating sports men and women from the amateur up to Commonwealth and Olympic Games standard. James is also involved in the care of a number of National level junior tennis players in Sussex.

Lee Wilson BSc. Hons. Ost. Med. D.O.

Registered Osteopath Lee Wilson is a former pupil of Trinity School, Shirley, Croydon. He graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, London in 2002 and has over 15 years of experience. Lee has spent a number of years helping elite sports people, working with local football team South Park FC and has a keen interest in spinal surgery. He has experienced many hours in the operating theatre with pioneering spinal neuro and orthopaedic surgeons, to help provide a better understanding of what is achievable for patients with more serious conditions.

Lee was also a county squash player for Kent and the South East, ran for Croydon Harriers in national championships and currently plays men’s Surrey league team tennis. He therefore understands what it is like competing at a high level and dealing with injury and recovery.