Diana graduated as an osteopath in 1988. Her experience centres on helping adults and older adults and she is particularly interested in problems associated with working and ageing.
Her treatment approach is traditional hands-on osteopathy with more recent evidence informed exercise, rehabilitation, lifestyle advice and dry needling.
Diana graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in Kent and worked in full time practice before combining that with tutoring student osteopaths in a busy teaching clinic. She went on to establish her own multidisciplinary practice in Kent working with a physiotherapist and acupuncturist, a podiatrist, and counsellor. Also, participating in a GP clinic, Ibstock Brick employee clinic, and the NHS in London.
Moving to Yorkshire in 2012 to work full time as a Senior Lecturer and clinical tutor on the Masters of Osteopathy degree at Leeds Beckett University, Diana sold her practice in Kent. Following the decision by the university to close the course Diana combined clinical work with being the Course Leader for the MSc Pre-Registration Osteopathy at the University College of Osteopathy in London. She stopped working in London in July 2019 to do more clinical work in Yorkshire.
Diana has a Diploma in Osteopathy (1988, European School of Osteopathy), an MSc in Research Methods (1995, Kings College London), and a teaching qualification PGCAP (2014, Leeds Beckett University). She is registered with and regulated by the General Osteopathic Council No:1029
Diana is undertaking a Counselling Course at York College this academic year (2019/20).