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Kelly Haines
BSc Hons, DO, MSCCO
Principal Osteopath

Kelly took over as Principal and owner of Cricklade Osteopaths in 2020 having worked at the practice as an Associate since 2011. Before training as an Osteopath, Kelly was a professional classical musician and maintains a keen interest in this. She has particular interest in treating conditions common amongst performing artists. As well as treating general musculoskeletal aches and pains she has specialist interest in the diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries. As a keen triathlete and Crossfit athlete she has a detailed understanding of cycling, swimming, running, body conditioning and weight lifting and her experience in these sports informs her approach to her consultations. She has recently returned from treating athletes as part of the medical team at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. As a result she has been invited to be part of the medical teams for the 2023 Invictus Games and the 2024 Olympics. Kelly uses a combination of Osteopathy, Ultrasound Therapy, Acupuncture and Sports K-taping to provide the best treatment for her patients who range in age from the very young to retirees. Kelly also enjoys treating babies and children using Cranial Osteopathy techniques and has spent considerable time studying at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy.

Morné Malherbe
MOst
Osteopath

Morné joined Cricklade Osteopaths in November 2021.

 

Originally from South Africa, he has been living and working in Wiltshire for over 25 years before retraining as an Osteopath at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. 

 

Morné brings with him a wide range of life experiences and is excited to join the team. He looks forward to all the challenges of Osteopathic practice.

 

He loves sport having played tennis and rugby at a National level and was also First Dan in competitive Karate.  These days he enjoys golf, clay pigeon shooting and reading about Bordeaux wines.

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Honor Bryce-Morris
MOst
Osteopath

Honor graduated from Swansea University with an Undergraduate Master of Osteopathy degree. 

 

Studying for 4 years has equipped her with the knowledge and skillset to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal complaints, ranging from general aches and pains to more complex symptoms and sports related injuries.

 

Honor enjoys treating adults of all ages and uses a range of Osteopathic techniques to achieve the best results in the fewest number of appointments. Each treatment plan is carefully tailored for each patient with lifestyle advice and exercise prescription included as required.

Alongside Honor’s passion for Osteopathy, she also enjoys horse riding, training at the gym, running and walking.