BSc (Hons) OST, BSc (Hons).
Janie Reynolds qualified in Osteopathic Medicine at the Oxford School of Osteopathy in 2004. She has embarked extensively in post-graduate studies, gaining diplomas and certificates in Cranial Osteopathy and Cranio-sacral Therapy, medical acupuncture/dry needling, acupressure, Osteopathy with Mindfulness and Integrative Restoration, a method of psychotherapy.
She has also lectured in osteopathic theory and technique, is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council and has been a Senior Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. Her first degree was in Psychology and she has a particular interest in how stress manifests as illness.
Before moving to Eastbourne in 2016 she mainly practised in Brighton and Hove, but also in Arundel and Pulborough. Before entering osteopathic school Janie worked as a journalist for many years, and then moved into animal protection for the World Society for the Protection of Animals and as press officer for the RSPCA. Her more personal interests are walking, mindfulness, writing, music and reducing animal cruelty. She has a 22 year old son studying Music in London and an 11 year old daughter at Bedes school in Eastbourne.
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What people say about Janie Reynolds ...
"I hobbled into Janie's office with severe lower back pain which had incapacitated me to the point of not really being able to get off the sofa. After just one visit I was able to move around again ... Aside from Janie being an extremely proficient Osteopath, she is also a very kind and understanding person ... A pleasure to interact with." - CN
"At last I have found an Osteopath called Janie who is working her magic on my poor body. Janie is both highly professional and extremely empathic. Her ability to listen to her patient and work on her patient's body at a level which improves gradually with careful attention is excellent." - CA
"How fortunate we are in Eastbourne to have this gem of a clinic that offers a wide range of natural therapies and treatments."
Sara De Siena