Susan Brazier DO, BSc Hons
I qualified as an osteopath in June 1998 after 5 years training at The College of Osteopaths in London. I worked in osteopathic clinics in Huntingdon and Spalding in my final year of training and continued working there after qualifying. We moved to Worcestershire at the end of 1998.
In 1999 I started working, for a short time, in Tewkesbury and Malvern. I also worked in the Physiotherapy department at South Bank Hospital. I opened the Callow End clinic in 2002. When the clinic became very busy I left South Bank Hospital to concentrate my energies in Callow End. I had been organizing CPD for Osteopaths at South Bank and continued to organize them from Callow End, which has been incredible and interesting meeting up with many other Osteopaths in the area.
Just after moving to Worcester I attended Worcester University to do a degree in Health studies and graduated in 2002. I attended many courses on treating golfing injuries and became interested in the game and the injuries common to golfers. I attended a postgraduate course in Cranial Osteopathy as well as other courses in cranial sacral therapy.
I completed a course in acupuncture, which is particularly effective in treating tight muscles, repetitive strain injuries and acute pain. I am very passionate about Osteopathy; it’s a profession I really care about.