Meet our Senior Partners

Hilary Percival
My aim is to use osteopathy to improve your muscular aches and strains, while also ensuring that your overall health improves. I have particular interest and passion in treating babies and children. I believe that if we can get a baby and child to reach their own physical health, this will help in all areas of their lives. We work on babies and children of all ages. Parents seek help and advice on colic, restless babies, brain damage, glue ear, dyspraxia, Downs syndrome and malocclusion. We liaise closely with midwives, health visitors and G.P.’s. If you are unsure whether osteopathy can help you and your family, please ring or e-mail me.
Robin Percival
Robin is our first in line structural osteopath, his expertise is in the treatment of acute and chronic musculo-skeletal problems. Robin can test each muscle in your body to find exactly which one is weak or malfunctioning, this can aid your full recovery. He is also able to use cranial techniques including treatment of babies and young children. His osteopathic approach is thorough, calm and sensitive to your own individual need. Robin came to osteopathy after being impressed by an osteopath who got his neck better very quickly. Since then there has been no going back. Robin enjoys the challenge of helping someone in acute pain, his patients are always given the utmost care and time. He gets on well with everyone, having a good rapport with both young and old.
Matt Stentiford
Matthew graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2014. He has been treating and gaining experience in the Yorkshire and Lancashire areas in a number of different clinics following completion of his Masters degree. He has worked alongside massage therapists, chiropractors and personal trainers in order to help develop and hone his techniques and improve his knowledge base. Whilst studying to become an osteopath Matthew also gained qualifications in Cranial Osteopathy, Acupuncture and Kinesiology taping. He enjoys treating people of all ages and has experience dealing with a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal and health problems. He has a keen interest in the treatment of sporting injuries and rehabilitating those in pain to get back to doing the activities they enjoy as quickly and safely as possible.
Tracey Hugill
Tracey Hugill is a qualified and Registered Dietitian. She has worked in the NHS for over 20 years. Alongside her NHS career, Tracey trained with the London College of Clinical Hypnotherapy International and gained a Diploma in clinical hypnotherapy, she is registered with the Health Care Professions Council and the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
Tracey offers holistic support for clients in emerging treatments such as gut directed hypnotherapy.
Tracey’s interest in hypnotherapy came from personal experience using hypno-birthing techniques, the more she explored hypnotherapy the more stories she heard from people for whom hypnotherapy had made a real and lasting difference in their lives. The face of traditional medicine is changing with a greater understanding and appreciation of the powerful role the mind has on the function of the body. Stress, anxiety, worry and fear creating dis-ease that can present itself in a myriad of symptoms and is likely one of the biggest health issues we face today.
The relaxed and enjoyable state of hypnosis can allow the client to go below the critical and analytical part of the mind to access deep rooted attitudes and beliefs that may no longer be serving them. Hypnotherapy guides the client through beneficial changes within the subconscious to bring about positive change in a wide range of areas such as lifestyle changes, phobias, insomnia and stress related conditions.
If you have never experienced hypnotherapy before and would like to know more about it and how it can help you, Tracey offers an initial telephone consultation free of charge to help you decide if this is the right treatment for you. Privacy Notice

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