About Francis Job. M.Ost
Francis graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London with a Master Degree in Osteopathy and he is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council. He has a strong clinical-based knowledge of osteopathic practice and the wider health industry.
During his training and practicing career, he has gained a wealth of experience in treating a wide range of patients with all backgrounds and conditions. He is a highly experienced and effective osteopath who looks to enquire fully into patient’s issues with a view of highlighting all the potential contributors towards their current presentation.
Francis is a strong advocate of patient centered-care and seeks to integrate patient’s needs into his treatment approach with a combination of effective hands-on manual therapy (soft and deep tissue, joint articulation and manipulation), bespoke exercise prescription tailored to their specific needs and effective lifestyle advice in order to help enhance and speed their healing and rehabilitation process.
Francis goal for JOB EFFECTIVE HEALTH OSTEOPATHY (JEH OSTEOPATHY) is to deliver support, solution and enhancement by providing accessible, affordable, reliable, high quality and effective osteopathic treatment and sport injury rehabilitation to all people with pain, discomfort and physical stress regardless of their background.
Francis previously completed a BSc Degree in Economics and has worked in internal audit for multi-nationals in part of Central Africa and Europe. He is also fluent in French.
Aside from his work, Francis is also a keen sportsman. He is a long standing amateur football player just like his thirteen year old son and following many football injuries and self-rehabilitation, he grew a passion in functional exercises. Francis lives locally and also practises as an osteopath in North Wales.
Mr. Marquette Jeremy MOst, DO, ND
Jeremy graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) with a Master Degree in Osteopathy and he is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council.