Quentin Shaw D.O.
Principle OsteopathQuentin is a Classical osteopath. He graduated from the John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy in 1991. In 1993 Quentin was appointed Vice principal of the college. He had qualified as a teacher and became a senior lecturer in the philosophy, principals and technique of Osteopathy. In 1996 he broke new ground with the relocation of the John Wernham College from Maidstone to Epsom, to offer the first publicly funded degree status Osteopathic medicine course in the UK.
In addition to all of the academic developments Quentin practiced for 6 years as an apprentice alongside the college principal – the eldest and one of the most skill full osteopaths in the world the late John Wernham. This experience has given Quentin a unique and invaluable training enabling him to be successful at treating conditions that are osteopathically challenging and that involve in-depth clinical research.
Quentin has spent years researching spinal and pelvic problems and is well recognised for his work in treating Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) / Pelvic girdle pain (PGP) during or after pregnancy.
In 2013 he completed the 4 year post graduate diploma in Bothmer Gymnastics, giving him a great depth of understanding about childhood development and an ability to assess and give advice on postural habits for adults and children.
Quentin is an exceptionally qualified and experienced osteopath. He strives to address the postural and training issues that create painful symptoms, inflexibility and a range of disabilities. He treats the whole body in order to improve all aspects of health. His pioneering understanding defines his exceptional results.