Marie Caublot (Director)

Marie received her Masters in Osteopathy degree with distinction from Swansea University. She was an apprentice to the directors of the animal osteopathy course from the European School of Osteopathy and took ownership of their clinic in Buckinghamshire in 2020. She studied animal osteopathy from the Osteopathic Centre for Animals (OCA) and the European School of Osteopathy (ESO). Marie takes care of patients in their acute and chronic stages of pain may they be human or animals. She has worked with patients in four different clinics, in both private and NHS integrated settings. Marie is attentive to her patients and animal owners; she listens to and discusses the presentation of their complaint in a comprehensive case history taking process. She uses a variety of osteopathic techniques and management options to best suit her patients’ unique and individual needs, giving advice and exercises. She also integrates knowledge from her interests in sailing, windsurfing, rugby and horse riding into her assessment and treatment as an osteopath. Additionally, she has spent time working in a racing yard and has a particular interest in this area.

Phoebe Martyn-Smith (Director)

Phoebe received her Masters in Osteopathy degree with distinction from Swansea University. Her dissertation (for which she received a first) “A comparison of the effectiveness of manual therapy and alternative rehabilitation in the treatment of horses with musculoskeletal dysfunction” was the first animal dissertation written. She then went on to study a postgraduate certificate in animal osteopathy from the Osteopathic Centre for Animals (OCA). She works at multiple human practices in Worcestershire, treating a variety of patients and complaints. Phoebe spent three months working on a horse safari in Botswana, using the opportunity to treat a number of safari horses, from behavioural issues through to injuries sustained whilst in transit and then to post-safari treatment. Phoebe has a particular interest in treating sporting injuries and prescribing exercise due to her own interest with sports, having played hockey, netball and tennis to university level. Phoebe has been brought up around horses from a very young age and has ridden and competed in all area level teams through to championship level showjumping. Her latest project is breaking in an Irish sports horse! All aspects relating to animal welfare and performance are of particular interest to Phoebe, from the relationship between horse and rider and the connectivity of their injuries, through to children and ponies and then to professional yards.

“Marie has been assisting us with our race horses. They are very comfortable in her presence, relaxing quickly. She is very professional and extremely thorough with each individual. The horses have benefited greatly from her work and are performing to their best levels. Marie’s aftercare is wonderful; enquiring about each individual a few days after their treatment, shows how conscientious she is about each horse. We highly recommend Marie whether treating a competition horse or a leisure horse.” – Martin Bosley Racing (Buckinghamshire)

” Phoebe – I rode Quakeur yesterday and thought he felt so much looser and more lifted, I could definitely feel a difference! So I wanted to say thank you you’ve obviously worked some magic!” – Pippa C (Worcestershire)

” I can highly recommend both Phoebe and Marie, they have treated my horse while training. They were always professional and always made my horse comfortable during and after treatment. Anyone who has them out will not regret it!” – Lucy M (Wales)

“Marie is an incredible Osteopath. Myself and my daughter are hyper mobile and have suffered from pain most of our lives. Marie really has made such a difference for us. We have even nicknamed her magic hands Marie!” – Rebecca (Buckinghamshire)

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