Hélène is a fully registered osteopath who grew up in France, but studied and graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in the UK.
Hélène is excited to join Faversham Osteopathy and work in Faversham on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and some Saturdays. Click here for clinics and prices.
Hélène is passionate about wellbeing and manual therapy and enjoys working with all kinds of people to help them achieve their individual goals, whatever those might be! Whether your goals are to run a marathon, manage chronic pain or rehabilitate an injury, or simply to be able to pick up your grandchild without pain or to get back into the garden, Hélène is happy to help. She has experience working with all ages from babies, teenagers, adults and elderly patients and will tailer each treatment and advice to you as an individual. Click here to see what kind of conditions osteopaths can treat.
Hélène uses a variety of deep tissue techniques, articulations, manipulations, cranial, alongside rehab exercises and advice in order to improve your wellbeing, to optimise health and body function, or to boost performance and relieve from general aches and pains.
Alongside her studies, she also completed a sport massage course, a dry needling course (acupuncture), and is currently in her last year of equine osteopathic studies.
Hélène was born and raised in Toulouse, South of France.
Since she was a child, she has been passionate about horses. She was very lucky and privileged to ride and compete in eventing for most of her life. She also does a lot of swimming and loves the outdoors, spending most of her ‘free’ time hiking with her dogs or taking care of her horses! She was also involved in drama clubs, putting together French and English plays. (Unlike Tamsyn, she is not a gifted dancer and had to leave her modern jazz dance group for lack of coordination and grace).
When Hélène was 16 years old, she witnessed an osteopathic treatment on her mare that inspired her, and osteopathy became the dream.
After successfully completing 5 years of law school in France, she moved to the UK with her furry family of dogs, cats and horses, to study osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy.
During her studies, she developed an interest for the management of chronic pain and will continue to study this topic in the near future. She looks forward to qualifying as an Equine osteopath and working with horses and riders to improve performance and comfort.