Susan Farwell has been in continuous osteopathic practice since graduating with honours from the British School of Osteopathy in 1981.

Since 2009, she has been based in Oxford, at the Helix House Natural Health Centre.

Susan Farwell works with people of all ages and uses a full range of osteopathic techniques but her underlying basis for diagnosis and treatment is the cranial osteopathic approach, which concentrates on fine-tuning and working in a co-operative way with the body’s structure and physiology.

She prefers to avoid manipulation (producing a click) unless that approach is particularly indicated for the patient.

Susan is experienced in working with people after accidents, falls, trauma, recent surgery, and work-related strain, in short, anyone whose body is not functioning as well as it should be.

She is also experienced in working with orchestral musicians and singers.

She is happy to discuss suitability for treatment and likely outcomes by phone or email (See Contact page for more details).

Susan is a member of the teaching faculty of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy (SCCO) and a Fellow of the SCCO (FSCCO). This involves lecturing and tutoring on SCCO Pathway courses for postgraduate osteopaths. Susan is also a member of the Council of the Institute of Osteopathy.