Bridge to Health welcomes Verena Leo
No working day is the same as the other. Each patient has a unique story to tell. As an osteopath I get to meet and accompany individuals, and families, throughout various stages in their life. Making a difference in someone’s life is very rewarding.
Why did you retrain to become an osteopath?
Whilst working within the performing and creative arts industry, I regularly encountered rehearsal and performance related aches, pains and injuries. I kept searching for ways to promote body awareness, improved training and healthier working conditions. Discovering and studying craniosacral therapy and osteopathic medicine allowed me to expand my knowledge and work with people of all ages and backgrounds.
What has been your most rewarding experience in work to date?
Seeing patients improve and go back to what they love doing. Reminding body and mind of its potential is like planting a seed. Watching it grow and flourish brings great joy.
What do you like most about being part of the Bridge to Health team?
Being part of a team that is passionate about its work, promoting health at a community-orientated clinic providing professional multidisciplinary care.
Finally, what is your top health tip?
Keep moving. If you are not a gym person, why not try something different like social dancing? It is a great way to make friends and exercise whilst having lots of fun. If you would like more information on this subject, get in touch. I am looking forward to meeting you.
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