Phil originally studied Human Nutrition and Food Science, gaining a First Class Honours degree before becoming qualified as an osteopath in 2005. He is registered as an osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council and practised in Sheffield for several years at one of the region’s biggest and oldest osteopathic practices. Having also practised in Buxton since 2006, and after moving to a Peak District village, he established the Buxton Osteopathy Clinic in December 2008 and the Bakewell Osteopathy Clinic in November 2013.
Phil’s experience and reputation have been instrumental in the success of the Buxton Osteopathy Clinic. Since 2008, the clinic has quickly established itself as a popular choice for local people across Derbyshire and the surrounding area.
Rebecca graduated as an Osteopath in 1996, and has worked in New Zealand and West Yorkshire before the Buxton clinic, where she has been working alongside Phil for the past 10 years. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Rebecca has expanded her osteopathic treatment repertoire with IDD Therapy, Shockwave Therapy, pulse shortwave and ultrasound techniques for a range of musculoskeletal conditions. She is also currently reading into autism spectrum presentations. Rebecca’s other interests include baking, gardening, and mountain biking.
Marek has completed his Osteopathic education at the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) in London in 2020. He gained his working experience mostly in London, where he worked with Musculoskeletal therapists from different professional backgrounds. Marek also had a short (6 months) working experience in Slovakia (his native country) where he worked in Clinic with multidisciplinary team.
Marek’s approach for osteopathy is to help his patients with understanding the underlying causes for injuries. He is using predominantly hands-on techniques, along with Shockwave therapy, Ultrasound therapy, Dry needling and Taping. His hobbies are running, history, music and cinema
Jerry Shevills has been practising massage for over 15 years. He is a member of both the Sports Massage Association (at level 4, the highest level) and the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage. He has worked for several years at Sheffield Wednesday FC, at the World’s Strongest Man Competition and on the Riverdance tour. He also currently works with several individual international elite sports athletes.
Besides his work with sportsmen and women, Jerry treats people for a wide range of back and neck problems, repetitive strain injuries and other conditions such as peripheral neuropathy, osteoarthritis, Reynaud syndrome and fibromyalgia. He is also currently working on rehabilitation programmes for patients who have suffered from strokes.