Sarah has a particular interest in treating low back and pelvic pain, including pudendal neuralgia, sacro-iliac and tailbone (coccyx) pain as well as assisting with the biomechanical pain associated with endometriosis. She also enjoys treating the usual aches and pain associated with working in an office environment and seeks to help her patients develop useful management strategies that are suited to their unique requirements.
As an Osteopath, Sarah appreciates that the whole body is interconnected, which means that she will not only treat the area of pain, but will address the body as a whole. Her treatment style is gentle, but direct and she believes that rehabilitation should be as fun and as easy as possible. She has a professional, yet relaxed approach, placing an emphasis on education and self-management strategies.
She uses a variety of techniques including soft tissue massage, mobilisation, stretching, manipulation and myofascial release; tailoring each treatment to the individual.
Sarah is a member of the Osteopathic Women’s Health Clinical Practice Group and dedicates considerable time to continued professional development. She has lived in many countries including New Zealand, Zimbabwe, South Africa, England and Canada. When she isn’t working, she loves travelling, horse-riding, bush-walking and curling up with a good book. She also enjoys spending time with her favourite people, of both the human and furry varieties.