Sally graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 1991 and has worked in several clinics in the Cambridge area during the last 20 years.
Over the years, Sally has been involved in teaching osteopathy and she has studied dry needling. She has experience in cranial osteopathy. She has always treated a wide range of musculoskeletal problems but has particular interest in treating neck pain and headaches.
Sally is busy at home, now living in Suffolk with husband Richard and their 3 children.
SALLY BEAZLEIGH DO
Tim qualified as a doctor over 20 years ago. He spent several years working within the NHS, mainly in accident and emergency, followed by qualifying as an Osteopath and subsequently setting up Huntingdon Osteopathic Practice in 2002 with his sister Sally.
Sixteen years on Tim now works as an expert in facial aesthetics and is driven by the benefits and technological advances in non-surgical medicine
DR TIM BEAZLEIGH MBChB, BMSc, MLCOM
Richard first started exploring manual therapies to treat migraines and a back injury in his teens and early 20s. He experienced the benefits of osteopathy when he started receiving regular treatments for the aches and strains of working in the events industry.
In his early 30s, Richard decided on a career change and embarked on his osteopathic training at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. As well as his degree in Osteopathy he graduated with a Diploma in Naturopathy, enabling him to advise his patients on diet and lifestyle, and has also undertaken postgraduate training in medical acupuncture.
Katie graduated from the ESO in 2005 and has been working at The Huntingdon Clinic ever since. She enjoys all aspects of osteopathy and works mainly as a functional osteopath.
She is also trained in Cranial Osteopathy mainly treating babies and also enjoys treating pre and post-natal women as she finds that osteopathy really helps them.
She is also trained in dry needling/acupuncture and finds it works really well as a combination with osteopathy
In 2009, Katie spent a year in New Zealand in 2009 where she also practiced as an osteopath having passed their registration exam.
She is a mother of 3 and currently rows in an 8 in Cambridge in her spare time.
Jenna qualified with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy from Oxford Brookes University in June 2013. Since then she has been working in several clinics in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
Since finishing her degree she has completed postgraduate courses in Cranial Osteopathy, Medical Acupuncture, Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Therapeutic Ultrasound Therapy. Jenna enjoys her work as an osteopath and the diversity of the conditions that she is able to treat.
Her treatments consist of hands on work in the aim to restore the body’s natural balance and to facilitate repair, along with exercises to help patients manage and maintain their symptoms, between and following treatment.
Jenna enjoys her work as an osteopath and prides herself on being a conscientious and considerate osteopath. She works by listening to the patients needs, lifestyle and physical problems to create an individual treatment plan.
Additional qualifications in:
Crainial Osteopathy, including treatment to babies (June 2013)
Dry Needling (Medical Acupuncture) (June 2013)
Manual Lymphatic drainage (March 2018)
Judy decided to pursue a career in acupuncture after experiencing the positive change that it had on her own lifestyle and well-being, this was complemented by her own previous experience in western medicine, coming from a background in nursing.
Judy obtained her Licentiate in Acupuncture, and BA (Hons) degree in Traditional Acupuncture, in the classical Five Element style, from the internationally renowned College of Traditional Acupuncture, Warwickshire, in affiliation with Oxford Brookes University.
Judy treats patients with a diverse range of conditions helping people from all age groups and is a is passionate believer in the positive benefits on both physical and emotional levels that may be obtained on receiving acupuncture treatment.
Judy is a member of the British Acupuncture Council; as such abides by the Council's Code of Safe Practice and Code of Professional Conduct and is covered by full professional indemnity insurance in addition to a licence to practice acupuncture.
Judy continues to update her practice skills by attending courses, workshops and other programmes that offer continuing professional development and greatly enjoys her role as a clinical supervisor for the Acupuncture Academy in Leamington Spa.