Donald Scott trained in Osteopathy in London, graduating in 1981 and going into practice initially in Hampshire and also Dorset. In addition to practising in the South Coast of England, he has practised in both Palma de Mallorca and Mahon in the Balearic Isles, Palermo in Sicily and now Scotland, where he lives with his family.
He has achieved post graduate qualifications in Educational Technology at Jordanhill College, Glasgow and Psychosocial Studies, centred on CBT, at the West of Scotland University.
He and his wife, Julia currently run patient centred osteopathic practices in two centres in the West of Scotland. These attract patients within the Central belt, Argyll and Bute, Ayrshire and further afield.
Julia Scott qualified at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1993. She has been running the Natural Therapy Centre in Helensburgh with her husband, Donald, for 24 years. She is fully Registered with the General Osteopathic Council. Julia currently works from their additional location, Wardhouse Therapy Centre, in Kilbarchan. Julia also completed postgraduate training in Equine/Animal Osteopathy 8 years ago and travels mainly in the West of Scotland and Central belt treating horses.
Osteopathy is a form of medicine that focuses on all aspects of the musculoskeletal system and its relation to the visceral and neurological systems. It involves manipulation and mobilisation of joints, muscles and connective tissue to maximise function and wellbeing.
Naturopathy is a system of healthcare concerned with the study of treatments aimed at encouraging the body's ability for self repair. There are a large number of naturopathic methods used to improve health naturally. These include osteopathy, acupuncture, nutritional medicine, massage, psychotherapy and herbal medicine.
Cold Laser Therapy, now often referred to as Photobiomodulation, works therapeutically at a cellular level. It uses highly specific wavelengths that decrease pain, accelerate healing and increase energy production.
PEMF is used to help activate and regenerate cells. Cells that are injured or in need of repair have a reduced charge. PEMF helps by inducing electrical changes around and within these cells and accelerate healing.
There are two forms of acupuncture practiced in the UK.
Traditional Chinese Acupuncture uses a method based on ancient diagnosis and treatment of meridians which are understood to be imbalanced.
Western acupuncture is used mainly for pain relief and the production of the bodies own painkilling hormones.
Equine/Animal Osteopathy is an adaptation of Human Osteopathy to the animal anatomy and function. It involves full assessment of mobility, movement, pain and injury and treats accordingly.
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