Hi, I’m Moira Mulvey, owner of Balanced Body Clinic. Having graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1995, I have had the privilege of working with a number of osteopaths around the UK and as a Clinic Tutor at the British School of Osteopathy. In 2001, I went to Canada to study Pilates at the Stott Pilates Studio before opening the successful Osteopathy Centre and Pilates Studio in Barbados. As well as running the clinic, I was Team Osteopath for Barbados National and West Indies International Rugby teams, working at several elite tournaments including the Hong Kong, Twickenham and L.A.
About the clinic
Balanced Body Clinic has been a labour of love for Moira Mulvey. Having practiced in Barbados for 10 years, she felt in need of a fresh challenge and greater accessibility to developing research. After 3 years working from a living room, this once run-down cafe has been transformed into a relaxing and calm therapy centre.
The aim of the practice is to provide you with the best treatment possible. A full case history is taken, with discussion on work environment, ergonomics, sleep patterns, mattress and pillows, exercise and stretching. These factors are taken into consideration when looking at the cause of a patient’s symptoms. A comprehensive treatment plan is put together including dry needling, cranial osteopathy and kinesio taping, where required and if symptoms do not respond as expected, a referral for further tests is discussed.
To compliment the Osteopathy practice, Moira invited therapist from other professions to work within the practice, offering a truly holistic approach to health. Other services on offer include Sports Massage, Mindfulness, Fertility Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Western Herbal Medicine, Reiki, Hypnotherapy and Holistic Beauty Services. To find out more about the other therapies on offer, go to balancedbodyclinic.co.uk.
Diplomas and Сertificates of Moira Mulvey
Since 1995, Osteopathy has been a State Regulated practice and governed by The General Osteopathic Practice. By law Osteopaths must be registered with uthe GOsC in order to practise. They work with the public and Osteopathic profession to promote patient safety by registering qualified professionals, and setting, maintaining and developing standards of Osteopathic practice and conduct