42 Ashcroft Road

Cirencester GL7 1QX

Tel: 01285 643958

 

Find us on the map

email us

Osteopathy fees:

Adults

First consultation

(45–60mins) £60

 

Follow-up appointments

(20–30mins) £40

(60mins) £60

 

Children

First consultation

(45–60mins) £55

 

Follow-up appointments

(20–30mins) £35

 

Times:

Mon- Friday

8.00am-6.00pm

 

 

Meg McDonald

 

Meg graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1992. She founded the Ashcroft Practice in 1995 and also works at Nailsworth Natural Health Centre. She was part of the team at Sunrise Osteopathic Clinic for Kids (SOCK) in Bradford on Avon from 2011-2016 and previously worked at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London.

 

Meg works mainly as a Cranial Osteopath and has a special interest in treating babies, children and also those with complex or long standing problems. Since the late 1990s she has studied Dr James Jealous's Biodynamic approach to Osteopathy, which begins with finding the impulse towards health that exists in every person, rather than focusing on the dis-ease.

 

Meg is an experienced Healer, trained at the College of Healing, Malvern. She can offer Healing as part of her work or as a separate therapy. This approach is about rebalancing a person's energies and is not allied to any religious belief system.

 

 

Read more about Osteopathy

 

Read more about Cranial Osteopathy

 

Read more about Healing at collegeofhealing.org

 

Read patients' experiences of osteopathy at the Ashcroft Practice

Meg McDonald, Rupert Hanbury, Mags Milan – Osteopaths

Rupert Hanbury

 

After his degree in biochemistry, Rupert graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1988. He joined the Ashcroft Practice in 1996 and uses the "classical" osteopathic approach involving comprehensive analysis of problems such as pain and stiffness. Cranial osteopathy techniques also form an essential part of his treatment: the best combination of technique is chosen for the particular patient.

 

Rupert's holistic approach often includes advice about work strain, exercise and exercises, and he maintains good links with local doctors and other specialists. Rupert has a special interest in rehabilitation after injury and coordinating treatment for longer term problems.

 

Rupert is registered with BUPA.

 

Read more about Osteopathy

 

Read more about Cranial Osteopathy

Mags Milan

 

Mags has had a lifelong interest in helping people to cope with life’s challenges. Having previously gained first class honours in Psychology, she was thrilled to graduate top of her year at the British School of Osteopathy, winning prizes in academic and clinical excellence, and gaining distinction in her Master of Osteopathy degree. Since then she has added a postgraduate certificate in Paediatric Osteopathic Practice to her qualifications.

 

Mags is passionate about osteopathy and its role in promoting systemic health and overall wellbeing. With first-hand experience working in the media, she is all too aware of the difficulty of balancing personal and professional demands. She believes that osteopathy is ideally placed to help people improve every aspect of their life.

 

Mags also works at The Ashfield Practice in Chippenham.

 

Read more about Osteopathy

 

Read more about Cranial Osteopathy