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Osteopath Team

Tim Chapman

Tim graduated in 1999 from the British School of Osteopathy, the oldest and largest college in Europe, receiving a B.Sc (Hons) in Osteopathy after completing the 4 year full-time degree course.

After qualifying he worked for 2 years in a large multi disciplinary clinic, combining classical osteopathy with acupuncture for the muscular system. To further his interest in sports injuries, Tim set up a busy winter practice in the French ski resort of Meribel, and spent the summers in a paediatric clinic on the other side of the world in New Zealand.

After 4 years he returned to Bristol were he has taken over the running of the Sneyd Park Osteopathic Clinic. He is currently Chairman of the Bristol Osteopathic Society.

Tim leads an active lifestyle and can normally be found up a mountain, ski touring and ice climbing in the winter and rock climbing in the summer. He is an avid road bike racer with the LVIS team. He has three lively children. To relax he goes caving.


Natalie Gladstone

Natalie’s first placement after qualifying at the British School of Osteopathy in 2002 was at Sneyd Park Osteopaths. At this time she also worked alongside local sports teams, on pitch side and off.

She then spread her wings and went to work in New Zealand, developing her skills and gaining further experience before returning to London as the ‘in house’ osteopath for the BBC treating performers and staff. Returning to Bristol with her husband in 2006 she rejoined Sneyd park osteopaths and has been here ever since.

She loves the fact that Sneyd Park has such a diversity of patients and enjoys treating patients from 0 to 100 years of age! Her vision is to treat the ‘whole’ person and is a fully trained rehabilitation Pilate’s instructor to assist patients with aftercare programmes to help their osteopathic treatment should they need it. She is also trained in post natal Pilates and is passionate about restoring the body to health after pregnancy and childbirth.

Natalie has also participated in the Sutherland pathway of cranial Osteopathy, a technique which greatly assists her in the treatment of young children, babies and pregnant women needing a more subtle approach.

In between working, Natalie keeps herself busy with her three young children and enjoys encouraging them to have an outdoor healthy lifestyle. If there is any time left for herself, then she loves going for a horse ride or escaping to the beach.




Corinne Brice

Corinne qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1991 having previously completed a degree in Zoology. She worked as an assistant for two years before starting her own practice in Henley-on-Thames. She returned to the BSO as a tutor and was one of the first people in the country to complete an M.Sc in Osteopathic Healthcare in 1998.

Corinne opened Sneyd Park Osteopathic Clinic in 1994 and quickly built up a loyal client base that travel miles to receive her unique treatment style of humour and directness.

She is one of a few osteopaths in the South West who treats horses and dogs as well as humans. She is a pioneer in the osteopathic treatment of irritable bowel syndrome carrying out research with gastroenterology consultants.




Chris Aust

Chris graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London receiving a B.Ost (Hons) degree in Osteopathy after completing the 5 year, mixed-mode course.
After qualifying, Chris remained in London to practice within industry (based in the City of London as Osteopath for the Lloyds of London insurance market) and within a multidisciplinary practice in South London that specialised in the treatment of elite sportsmen and women.  Chris has recently returned to Bristol, where he grew up, to join the team at Sneyd Park Osteopaths.
A former keen rugby player and cricketer, Chris now stays active by competing in triathlons and open-water swimming events





Rosamond Chapman

Rosamond joins us after graduating from the British School of Osteopathy.

Rosamond decided to retrain as an osteopath after 7 years hard graft as a professional full time rower, racing for Great Britain and Leander Boat Club. She won the World Championships in 2000 partnered with Rebecca Romero (gold in Beijing 2008 in track cycling).

Training sessions three times a day and regular international competitions take their toll on any professional athlete. Rosamond received fantastic care from the English Institute of Sport elite athlete medical team, in particular the osteopaths.

The treatment and rehabilitation she received helped her recover from numerous injuries and inspired her to retrain as an osteopath.

Surprisingly, since 'retiring' from rowing Rosamond has only been in a boat twice in Bristol. Not one to sit still she has channelled her energy into rock climbing and road cycling competitions.




Katie Johnston

Katie has graduated with a first class integrated Masters Degree from the European School of Osteopathy; winning the award for the best graduating student. She has also researched the effects of TMJ (jaw) pain on quality of life.

Katie first came to know about osteopathy when members of her family received treatment for migraine and headache. The impressive effects treatment encouraged Katie to study osteopathy; and the results of treatment continue to motivate her to learn. Katie has interests in; headache, neurological disorders and chronic (long lasting) conditions. She has also trained to provide medical acupuncture.

Katie is currently learning bass guitar and regularly volunteers for several organisations which aid individuals at risk of abuse. She wouldn’t be without her annual ski trip!



Tom kilner

Tom graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone, a college famous worldwide for the diversity and adaptability of its practitioners. .

He comes from a long line of Doctors and Vets so healthcare was a natural choice for him, but he was always more interested in treating people practically, using his hands, rather than with drugs. Although he looked in to physiotherapy and chiropractic alternatives, once he had observed several osteopaths working he felt this was the career for him due to the holistic style of treatment and the greater contact time with patients.

He is qualified in the use of kinesio taping, which is very useful for certain sports injuries, and also in dry-needling, which is a Western form of traditional Chinese acupuncture.

Tom has a strong love of sports, particularly snow-sports, road cycling, mountain biking, running, football and kayaking. This has led him to study for an MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary’s University of London, which he is currently in the middle of and although he’s loving it, he does wonder where all his free time has gone as he no longer has time to do all the sports he enjoys.