Roles & Responsibilities
We have a fantastic opportunity for an energetic and enthusiastic Associate Osteopath to be a part of our busy clinic based in Little Chalfont (Buckinghamshire)
Osteopath Rakhee Mediratta is an experienced established practitioner (15 years+) working full time using a combination of osteopathy, The Perrin Technique, Neurolymphatic drainage and Craniosacral therapy, treating patients with ME/CFS, Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, post-viral fatigue and now Long-Covid. Rakhee’s busy practice has an ever-increasing waiting list and she is looking for an associate to start taking on some of the newer patients. This role requires an interest and understanding in the above conditions from ME/CFS to Long Covid.
Here is a link to our website and more information about The Perrin Technique. https://www.rakheeosteopathylondon.co.uk
As an Osteopath you will be responsible for providing a high standard of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and advice to private patients. This role would be suited to a qualified osteopath with at least 1 year minimum experience in Osteopathy and some Cranial background. Additional experience in cupping, dry needling, sports injuries/massage, paediatric osteopathy, Myofascial release therapy or other alternative therapies are desirable. If not already trained in The Perrin Technique, you will be required to complete a 2 day course in Manchester with the founder of the Perrin Technique treatment, Dr Raymond Perrin.
We welcome applications and questions from graduates with at least a minimum of one year of experience and some cranial background to the more experienced. If you have recently graduated and are looking to specialise in the area of CFS/ME this role could be suited to you. Similarly if you have had experience treating CFS/ME, Fibromyalgia and even Long Covid, and are looking to develop your expertise and expand your patient list we would be interested in hearing from you.
to be discussed in more detail – may be required to travel and work from our clinics in central London