Emma Milligan M Ost
Company Owner and Director
Emma graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 2010, where she completed a four year undergraduate Masters of Osteopathy degree (M.Ost).
Emma is an open and friendly practitioner, who uses a combination of lifestyle and exercise advice to compliment the osteopathic treatment to provide the best possible care.
Emma’s interests including dancing, yoga and running. She runs the Reading Half Marathon each year, next year she is hoping to beat her PB of 1.53. Emma previously worked in Bravissimo Reading as a lingerie fitting consultant, where she saw the impact poorly fitting bras can have in relation to back pain.
Since graduating Emma’s special interests include treatment of musculoskeletal pain associated with expectant mothers, treating pre and post natal problems and children. This has been a keen interest since conducting her undergraduate thesis on Osteopathy and the effectiveness on post partum back pain.
I enjoy treating patients from all walks of life; from athletes to pregnant women, newborns to my more senior patients (one being 89 and going strong!) and stay at home mums to corporate workers (who find treatment helpful after the frequent long plane journeys). I treat all my patients with the same high level of professionalism.
I have always been an active person; I train each year for the Reading Half Marathon and was a keen county level gymnast. I found in the past few people understood the physical, emotional and technical demands placed on the body, from sporting competitions or training, to a pregnant full time mum, lifting and running after her children, where rest is just not an option.
I understand that to continue in our busy lives we need to be in the best physical shape. Using my knowledge of anatomy, past experience and a unique personal treatment plan for each patient, I strive to give you the most effective treatment and best advice, to help you return back to fighting fit as soon as possible.
Registered with: The General Osteopathic Council (GOSC), The Institute of Osteopathy (iO) previously the British Osteopathic Association (BOA) and British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS).