Molford House Surgery

Meet the practitioners

Rebecca Popplewell D.O

Rebecca graduated as an Osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 1985, qualifying her as a GOsC registered Osteopath.

Rebecca studied Post Graduate work in Cranial Osteopathy, with particular reference to working with babies and young children.

Prior to setting up Molford House Surgery, Rebecca had private practices in London, Hampstead and Hertfordshire and was instrumental in the set up of the London Central YMCA Sports Injury Clinic.

Rebecca has over 30 years experience of dance and fitness including teaching anatomy and physiology for RSA Accredited teachers and A level students.

Rebecca is available for treatments at Molford House Surgery Monday through Friday. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is covered by all major private healthcare schemes.

Sue Lovemore DipION BA (MBANT), CNHC, IFM

Sue graduated from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in 2000 with Distinction. In addition to running nutritional practices in London and Devon, Sue talks and writes about nutrition. She has post-graduate training in sports nutrition, functional medicine and specialist nutritional interventions in a number of conditions including chronic fatigue syndrome, autism and immune system problems.

Sue has extensive experience in a wide range of health issues including digestive health, energy and performance, hormonal balance, fertility and skin and joint problems.

Find out more about her work at Sue Lovemore.

Sue runs a monthly clinic at Molford House Surgery.

Abbie Dean F.A.C.E.T.S. Dip

Abbie has been working as a Counsellor for 18 years having trained at The School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent’s College London, and City University. Abbie is experienced in all areas of counselling including relationship issues, bereavement and adolescent counselling.

For the past 6 years she has used her training in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to treat phobias and addictions and to identify issues that contribute to stubborn physical ailments and pain. Abbie says “We often repeat negative patterns in our life and using EFT speeds up the counselling process enabling one to tackle all the resistant factors”.

Jenna Stimpson

Jenna began her training in 1998 when she did 4 years at the school of Osteomyology in Bristol which was interrupted when she started her family.

Jenna specialises in Sports Injury Massage incorporating remedial and therapeutic techniques to help the client meet their goals and return to peak fitness as soon as possible.

She is involved in a range of sports herself which assists her knowledge in how the injury may have occurred in the first place and what to look for from the point of injury and will work tirelessly to get the client pain free and repairing.

Jenna has good testimonials from a wide range of clients from whip lash injuries, riding accidents, pulled muscles, locked shoulder to migraines.

She has been broadening her knowledge and experience in sports injury and remedial massage since 1998 and has worked with a high level rugby club doing pitch side First Aid, taping, strapping and sport injures.

She has just completed the introductory course for Thai Massage and will be completing this Diploma by the end of 2015. Jenna is also doing Leval 1 In MFR (Myofascial Release.) in May this year, which will bring her massage to whole new leval.

Jenna plays Hockey for Taw Valley ladies 1st team and has just completed her first Triathlon.

'I welcome challenge and change'

Heidi O'Neil Lic Ac

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