Jo Williams

Jo Williams is a registered Osteopath with a First class Integrated Masters degree in Osteopathy from the European School of Osteopathy.  Jo is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is insured with and a member of the Institute of Osteopathy.

Jo is also an experienced Sports Massage therapist, completing her VTCT Level 4 Sports Massage and Kinesiology Taping qualification in 2012.

Jo also has a Foundation in Modern Acupuncture, allowing her to undertake dry needling alongside her other treatment therapies.

During her Integrated Masters degree Jo developed various treatment approaches, incorporating spinal and joint manipulations (the clicky bits!), articulation, stretch techniques and cranial.

Prior to this Jo received Osteopathic treatment for low back pain, sustained whilst running her decorating business and undertaking her kickboxing yellow belt.  This sparked her fascination with how human anatomy and pathophysiology are structurally connected.

Jo will therefore diagnostically assess the body as a whole and treat each patient as an individual, providing exercises and advice for your specific needs.

Jo Williams MOst (Hons) BSc, DO

(Registered Osteopath, Sports Massage Therapist and Medical Acupuncturist)

Sarah Reynolds-Crompton

Sarah Reynolds-Crompton is a registered Osteopath with over ten years’ experience, having graduated from the European school of Osteopathy.  Prior to this Sarah gained her first degree in biology and worked for Oxford university laboratories.

Sarah’s membership and insurance is with the Institute of Osteopathy and she is an associate practitioner of Arthritis Action.  Professional registration is with the General Osteopathic Council.

Treating a wide variety of conditions using both structural (articulations, manipulations, soft tissue / massage), cranial and Kinesiology taping.  As an animal lover, Sarah is trained in animal osteopathy and is qualified to treat equine and canine patients.

Outside of work, Sarah is often found with her dogs or horses, she also plays soprano and alto saxophones.

Sarah will assess and treat each individual patient and provide exercises / stretches specific to your needs.

Sarah Reynolds-Crompton BSc (Hons) Osteopathy

 BSc (Hons) Biology with Exercise and Health

Stuart Williams

Stuart Williams is a fully qualified ITEC Sports Massage Therapist and is insured with the FHT. During his two year Sports injury training Stuart developed various treatment approaches including: Muscle Energy Technique, Strain / Counterstrain, Trigger Point work, Deep Tissue friction work, Relaxation massage and Kinesiology Taping.

Sports Massage assists in reducing pain levels improving range of motion and flexibility. Reducing feelings of stress and allowing future injury prevention.

Sports Massage treatment can assist with many conditions, including anything from low back muscle spasms and tension, shoulder injuries, headaches, neck pain, knee and ankle injuries.

Outside of his sports injury treatments, Stuart is practice manager at Williams Osteopathy and covers reception alongside Val. Stuart enjoys tinkering with classic cars and walking his dog Sophie on some of Devon’s beautiful beaches.

Stuart will chat through your medical history, before undertaking some testing in order to specifically diagnose your condition. He will also provide specific stretches and rehab after your treatment in order to assist in your recovery.

Stuart Williams

Val Osman

Val Osman is head receptionist at Williams Osteopathy, undertaking everything from answering your queries in person or on the phone to managing the clinic diary and filing. Val will ensure your experience at Williams Osteopathy is an enjoyable one and has a wealth of experience on what we provide here at the clinic.

When she’s away from clinic she enjoys spending time with her family and children.

Val Osman

Richard Goslin

A full range of treatments for foot disorders is now available at Williams Osteopathy under the care of Richard Goslin Bsc(Hons) PhD FCPodS, a vastly experienced clinical podiatrist and former podiatric surgeon.
Treatments offered include:

Routine foot care – where traditional methods are used for nail problems
(including simple nail cutting), the removal of callouses and corns, etc.

Fungal nails – using our Clearanail system minute holes are painlessly formed in the nailplate which allows an anti-fungal spray to reach the micro-organisms responsibe for the condition.

Biomechanics – essentially a consideration of the structure and function of thefoot and lower limb. Treatment may involve the provision of orthoses –specialised insoles that improve posture and stability.

Minor Surgery – such as a permanent cure for ingrowing toenails, and the removal of skin lesions such as verrucae. This is all accomplished under local analgesia and patients quickly return to full activity.

Richard Goslin