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Mary graduated in 1983 from the British School of Osteopathy, now known as the University College of Osteopathy, after four years of training. Mary worked in the South of England for one year after graduating, before setting up her own practice in Wetherby in 1984. Mary enjoys equine activities, sailing and skiing.

Mary initially studied Physiotherapy (but at that time the training was quite different to now) and wanted to be more proactively involved in the treatment of the cause of problems, rather than just the symptoms. She has undertaken further academic study and has a teaching qualification, PGCertHE, is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), and was a Senior Lecturer in Osteopathy on the Masters of Osteopathy Course at Leeds Beckett University for ten years. She was involved in the development of the Masters Course and it’s delivery from 2007 to 2017.

Mary has enjoyed extending her scope of practice with postgraduate study in the Cranial Osteopathy and has a particular interest in providing management and treatment of expectant mothers and patient suffering from headaches and migraines.

In 2012, Mary was appointed as an assessor of the GOsC, assessing and providing feedback on registered Osteopath’s portfolios as part of a national pilot scheme for professional revalidation. Mary is also a member and contributor to the National Council for Osteopathic Research.

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