Jane Jeater Osteopathy, treating the body, from head to toe. Osteopathy treats the body holistically: as a whole, rather than as single parts.
Kim completed her training with the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM), graduating with a Masters degree in Osteopathy in 2012. Kim also holds a diploma in Naturopathy, which qualifies her to advise on dietary and lifestyle issues.
Kim recently returned to Sussex having lived in Alberta, Canada after graduating, where she worked as a principal osteopath treating people of all ages with a variety of different injuries and ailments. Whilst in Canada Kim also managed a weekly injury clinic for the Camrose Kodiaks ice hockey team, treating injuries and helping to speed up recovery to enable the players to get back on the ice quicker.
Kim’s interest in osteopathy stems from a childhood sporting injury, as even though the injury was sustained to her neck, all pain and symptoms developed in her lower back, which piqued her interest in how the body is structured and connected. Kim believes everyone experiences pain and injuries in different ways due to our differing bodies and lifestyles. Therefore Kim will assess and treat you individually, to ensure you receive personalised care that is suited to you.
Kim is registered with the General Osteopathic Council Reg. no.8088
Since graduating with a BSc (Hons) Osteopathy, from the College of Osteopaths, London, in 2004 Jane has been practicing in East Sussex and Kent.
Prior to this, Jane graduated from De Montfort University, Leicester in 1995 with a BA (Hons) Health Studies. Following this Jane supported and advocated for people with profound learning disabilities for 10 years.
After receiving osteopathic treatment for a back injury, Jane was so impressed with the results she was inspired to go back to university to study osteopathy.
On becoming a registered osteopath, Jane started her osteopathic career as an associate at Silverhill Natural Health Centre in Hastings, and at Hawkhurst Osteopaths in Hawkhurst Kent. Jane established her own business in 2008, which has been growing in Battle and Hastings since.
Jane was one of only 25 osteopaths selected by LOCOG, for the medical team at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympics games. Jane was based at Eton Dorney for the duration of the Paralympics Games. Jane has continued working in elite sport, accompanying the Swiss Netball team to the under 17′s European championships, and offering a treatment sponsorship to Beijing Olympian and 2014 European Double Trap champion, Steve Scott.
Jane is also a clinic tutor at the European School of Osteopathy, supervising students in the teaching clinic.