About Cerys Taylor Osteopath
Cerys came to Osteopathy through a strong wish to help others, the drive to impact the lives of her surrounding communities positively, and a profound interest in health and human physiology.
She completed her Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) at The University College of Osteopathy. Cerys predominantly uses a structural approach, whilst incorporating lifestyle and exercise advice. She is a compassionate and empathetic practitioner and is passionate about providing inclusive care.
As well as working in private practice, she has also worked for a charity clinic for those experiencing chronic pain. This has led to a deep understanding of how stress and psychosocial factors impact the health and wellness of the individual, and the importance of addressing these elements as part of a well-rounded approach.
Alongside working with patients experiencing a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, injuries, and chronic pain, she has also worked within clinics specialising in women’s health, patients with HIV, and providing care to those in the LGBTQIA+ community. Cerys has completed training to gain expertise in treating with inclusivity and recognition of conditions that impact the community.
During her studies Cerys ran a successful sports and remedial massage business, where she developed her skills and technique as a manual therapist, and her ability to provide individualised treatments depending on the person’s goals and needs. Prior to coming to healthcare, she also received a Bachelor’s in Biological Anthropology, so has always been interested in all things human.
She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy (iO). As a Registered Osteopath she undertakes regular courses in areas of interest as part of continued professional development (CPD).