I am Joy Denis and I am a registered Osteopath.
I like to use a set of different Osteopathy techniques from structural to functional (including Cranial Osteopathy)
I like to treat people of all ages – children, adults, mums, and all types of sports people. I adapt my treatment to individual patient needs and give advice and exercises.
In July this year I volunteered in Peru where I had the chance to use my Osteopathy skills to treat patients from different backgrounds. It was a great experience and helped me to add to my skill set.
I hope to meet you very soon.
What makes your job worthwhile?
Every patient is different and is a new challenge. Treatment needs to be adapted to each individual to work.
What is unique about how you work?
I use a broad range of different techniques from Cranial to Structural Osteopathy to meet what the patient needs. I ensure that I have identified the root cause of the problem as it is not about the symptoms but the reason why we get the problems.
Who has influenced you most in your career as an Osteopath?
Renzo Molinari and Jean Marie Beuckels are two brilliant Osteopaths who I have been lucky enough to be taught by.
What’s the piece of advice do you give to your patients/clients most often?
Listen to your body and find your limits. Exercise and stretch!
What do you enjoy doing when you are not at work?
Lots of walking, reading, travelling and yoga – I fairly recently discovered yoga and fell in love with it.