Our Osteopaths

We are an on-site service providing musculoskeletal care to the people working on the Cambridge Science and Business Parks. Our goal as local Osteopaths is to make treatment accessible and minimise disruption to your working day.

We are auditing our service so we can continue to improve our care and your experience with Spritely Osteopathy. Our longer-term ambition is to augment the Pricewaterhouse study (2008) which highlights the increased benefits of musculoskeletal programs for the employee.

Matthew Courtney-Jones

Matthew trained at the British School of Osteopathy in London and attained a Bsc (Hons) in Osteopathy in 1996. Matthew’s background includes being the Director of the Saffron Walden Osteopathic Clinic and qualifications in Ergonomics 1 and 2 as well as balance and strength training. In his spare time he teaches Wing Chun Kung-fu and makes traditional English longbows and arrows. Matthew is married with two children.

Saffron McCormack

Saffron graduated from the European School of Osteopathy with an integrated Masters Degree in Osteopathy. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy. Saffron uses a variety of techniques including structural, visceral and soft tissue release. She tailors treatment to each individual’s needs and encourages patients to be involved with their progression. Saffron treats people of all ages and backgrounds and has a keen interest in working with women in the pre and post-partum phase of pregnancy.

Melissa Brown

melissa-brownMelissa’s background includes a Sports Science degree with an emphasis on Research Methods.  Since graduating from the British School of Osteopathy Melissa has had extensive experience in other practices in the East of England. Her post-graduate courses have included training in Dry Needling, Visceral Techniques, Cranial Osteopathy with the Sutherland Cranial College and Pain Neuroscience with the NOI Institute.

“I am committed to what I do and passionate about explaining symptoms specifically to each patient’s problem.  I feel it important to make evidence-based suggestions on how patients can regain control over their problem”