Meet Our Team

Our team are all specialists in their field, and many have been with us for some time. You can trust our expert practitioners to get you moving again!

Paul Strutt

Clinic Director and Osteopath

Paul first became interested in osteopathy when working as a sports massage therapist/physical trainer. He was getting frustrated at his patients’ injuries not stabilizing and realised he needed more of a whole-body approach to their conditions.

As a fully qualified registered osteopath, Paul helps patients to overcome many conditions including back, neck and posture problems, sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, pregnancy, repetitive strain injury, headaches and much more.

Paul is a structural osteopath i.e, treats a wide range of musculoskeletal/neurological conditions but does not use cranial or visceral techniques.

Qualifications

Diploma in Osteopathy
BSc (Hons) Ost. Med. Degree

Associations

Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

To satisfy the code of ethics and standards of the above association Paul is committed to continuing professional development.

Louise Strutt

Clinic Director and Pilates Instructor

Having suffered from back problems for many years, due to a desk-bound job as an accountant, Louise was introduced to Pilates by her gym instructor. With her own experience of how Pilates has improved her posture, strength and functional movement Louise decided to change career and become a teacher herself along with managing the clinic.

Ella Kelly

Pilates Instructor

Ella qualified as a Pilates instructor in 2016 having already had a background in the fitness industry, previously qualifying as a personal trainer.

She works alongside her mother, Louise Strutt, forming part of the family business.
Having lived with hypermobility Ella discovered Pilates helped to strengthen her joints, improve her movement and correct her posture. She is passionate about Pilates and enjoys sharing her knowledge with her clients in order to make a difference to their bodies and therefore lives.

Ella loves to play netball for a local Dover team and take her dog for long walks in her spare time.

Jordan Strutt

Osteopath

Qualifications

Diploma in Osteopathy
M.Ost (Hons) Ost. Med. Degree

Associations

Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

Jordan graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2016 with an M.Ost in Osteopathy. Having a family based in healthcare, with both his father and uncle practising Osteopaths he has witnessed it’s effectiveness as a complimentary form of treatment from a very young age.
With a strong background in science and sport it was a natural career choice for him to join the family tradition.
Jordan utilises a mixture of structural, cranial and visceral osteopathic techniques and is also a trained sports massage therapist and Kinesio tape practitioner. He specialises in sports injuries as well as general musculoskeletal problems.
He is still a keen sportsman and enjoys playing football and hockey in his spare time.

Florence Henrist

Osteopath

Flo originated from Belgium. She studied and qualified at the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) in the U.K.

Her interest in Osteopathy started early in childhood when injuries arose during a professional acrobatic gymnastic career. Regular treatment improved her performance and she was very impressed how much it influenced her quality of life.

Flo has qualifications in Osteopathy (structural, cranial and visceral), sports massage and myofascial dry-needling and hopes to specialise further in visceral osteopathy.

Qualifications

Diploma in Osteopathy
M.Ost (Hons) Ost. Med. Degree

Associations

Registered with the General Osteopathic Council
To satisfy the code of ethics and standards of the above association Florence is committed to continuing professional development.

Sam McMullin

Massage Therapist

Sam is currently studying at the European School of Osteopathy where he gained a level 3 qualification in sports massage.

Having gained experience in a gym for time Sam understood how soft tissue injuries can have a marked effect an individual’s performance as well as their general health and wellbeing.

Sam began his studies in osteopathy wanting to make a difference. He strongly believes that massage is an important part of the body’s healing process from general muscle soreness to more serious strains

Qualifications:

Diploma in Sports Massage (Level 3)

Lucy Bagley

Acupuncture Therapist

Lucy’s interest and subsequent career as a professional acupuncturist began when she studied Traditional Chinese Acupuncture TCM, at the Chang Sun School of Acupuncture in London.
Having successfully completed her training, she went on to live and practice in London for several years before moving down to Deal in Kent where she was able to raise and enjoy her family.

Today Lucy continues to practice privately where she sees a wide range of cases, as well as working two days a week with the NHS Chronic Pain Service. Lucy is also the British Acupuncture Council's regional coordinator.

Paul Eldridge

Acupuncture Therapist

Paul qualified as a Paramedic in 2000 and has worked within the NHS since 1997 in the frontline accident and emergency service. He brings to the clinic many years of experience dealing with a vast range of health matters. Paul is a state registered paramedic and is also HCPC registered. Paul will be offering health checks at the clinic and believes this is an important part of everybody’s health, as early detection of any abnormalities can be addressed and improve long term health.

Qualifications

DIP Paraspinal Acupuncture
IHCD Technician
IHCD Paramedic HCPC registered

Further professional expertise

Paul is qualified with a Paraspinal Acupuncture Diploma and this treatment is available at Martinvale Clinic. Spinal or Hou Tuo Jai Ji uses needling to stimulate the central nervous system, thus increasing muscle tone, promoting blood circulation and warming of the extremities. It also produces a sense of well being and relief to a variety of symptoms and conditions.

Ray Campbell

Osteopath

Darren Raymond McGregor Campbell - known as Ray!

Ray qualified as an Osteopath from the European School of Osteopathy in July 2018. This course taught him a wide range of treatment techniques and a variety of different approaches to treatment, which he integrates into his treatments in a way that is tailored to each individual to optimise their recovery.

While studying Ray worked as a sports massage therapist, prior to this he worked for Leatherhead FC as their first team sports therapist on match days and training sessions, providing pitch side care including pre and post match advice and treatment, with the focus to optimise performance and to aid recovery.

Ray enjoys treating patients of all ages and helps them to improve or maintain their health and fitness. However his previous experience within the sporting field and being a keen sportsman himself has given him a special interest in sports injury patients.

Qualifications

Diploma in Osteopathy
M.Ost (Hons) Ost. Med. Degree

Associations

Registered with the General Osteopathic Council
To satisfy the code of ethics and standards of the above association Florence is committed to continuing professional development.