Taylor Hayes

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Taylor Hayes

Taylor graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2015 with an integrated masters degree in osteopathy. Since graduating, she has enjoyed treating a range of different patients and undertaking continued training to improve her expertise. Through this she has a spectrum of skills to match patients individually, however she has a particular interest in how actions such as gait, activities, or workplace posture affect our bodies. She enjoys discussing with patients about what they do and how this affects them overall, so that she can better understand the mechanics of how they use their body. This has become especially important in the pandemic, with the difficulties of working from home and the impact of stress on the body. She will combine practical or exercise advice with a range of techniques from articulation, soft tissue work and manipulation to gentler functional or cranial techniques. Due to it’s holistic approach, osteopathy can be used to treat problems throughout the body such as joint pains, sciatica, back pain, arthritic or rheumatic pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, muscle spasms and cervicogenic headaches.

Currently, Taylor is training to become a Pilates instructor, which she feels will help her further in giving postural and exercise advice. Also, so she can better practise Pilates herself, and work on her own fitness and mechanics.

Taylor grew up in Tonbridge and is happy to have the opportunity to be working in the local area. Outside of osteopathy she is outgoing and busy with interests in reading, walking, sightseeing and travel. She has lived and travelled in Australia for a year, where she took up learning to speak Japanese. She previously practiced Tae Kwon-Do for many years but more recently she has developed interests in ice skating, knitting and house plants. She loves hearing about patients’ hobbies, interests and travel plans.

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Osteopathy is a health care approach which specialises in treating musculoskeletal problems and supporting well-being.

Osteopaths believe that the whole body will work well if it is in good structural balance, so as well as treating the problem area, we also try to identify and target other areas which may be contributing.

Treatment is tailored to each patient, with consideration of the problem within the context of your life and medical history.

Osteopathy can be helpful for a wide range of problems. Treatment may include gentle massage, stretching and movement of the joints and muscles, to help ease pain, encourage your body’s natural healing mechanisms, and promote health. Exercises and postural advice may also be given.

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