Anne Poulhies B.Sc. (Hons) Ost.(UK) ; B.Sc. STAPS (FR)
Originally from France, Anne first trained as a sports teacher for people with special needs, obtaining her B.Sc from Grenoble University, France in 2000.
She got involved with osteopathy after witnessing its efficiency in the treatment and prevention of sport injuries and decided to study at the renowned European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone, England. After obtaining her B.Sc (Hons) degree in 2006, she went to Ireland and worked in two practices in Dublin, where she improved her skills in paediatric and visceral osteopathy.
In 2010, she decided to open her own practice in The Newtownpark Clinic, also in Dublin. After 4 years, she made the decision to leave and travel for a year and took part in a voluntary osteopathic mission in Morocco in aid of babies and children with various disabilities, before joining Osteopathy Malta clinic in 2016.
She has a gentle approach and uses a variety of techniques including soft tissue, cranial, visceral and structural techniques.
Anne has completed various post-graduate courses in Ireland, England, Switzerland and France.
She enjoys treating patients of all ages and has a special interest in racket sports injury treatment and craniosacral therapy and is a keen badminton player and enjoys hiking, skiing and playing music.
Anne is registered with the Council for Professions Complementary to Medicine (CPCM) in Malta and the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) in UK.
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