Green Tree osteopathy

a family of osteopaths spanning 3 generations


Caroline, like Jane, learned about osteopathy by watching, in her case, her mother work.

Caroline qualified at the British School of Osteopathy in 1989, and has incorporated what she learnt at the school with observing her mother's approach. 

Caroline joined her mother Jane once qualifying, working side by side in Mill Hill. 

Whilst setting up her own practice, Caroline also taught at the College of Osteopaths, setting up one of their training clinics. Later she became Vice Principal at the college. 

After 3 years working with her mother, Caroline set up her own practice in Edgware and is still working there. 

Caroline sees a broad spectrum of patients, from young children to the elderly. Caroline is very respectful of the needs of religious women in the surrounding community.

Pregnant women come to seek treatment from Caroline and she also deals with them post-natally. Adolencent patients are also seen on a regular basis, using osteopathic and craino-sacral techniques. 

Currently Caroline is a director of the board of the College of Osteopaths, and currently co-chair with her uncle Paul Grant (Tamir's father). 

Following in her mother's footsteps, Caroline is involved with the development of continuous professional development.