Celine graduated from the European school of Osteopathy in 2014 with a Master’s degree in Osteopathic medicine.
I chose to become an Osteopath because I’ve always wanted to help others and for me, the beauty of Osteopathy is that we can help provide pain relief without using any drugs such as pain killers, anti-inflammatories and muscle relaxants. It’s by using our knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics of the human body and specific hands on techniques, we are able to examine, diagnose and treat the presenting complaint.
As an Osteopath, I use osteopathic techniques such as manipulations, articulations, soft tissue massage and stretching, as well as Cranial Osteopathy in order to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and visceral problems.
Each treatment is tailored to each patient. The aim is to examine and diagnose the primary cause of the problem, treat it, provide pain relief and guidance to help recovery and in long term, prevent further occurrences.
I treat all ages including sports people, office workers, manual workers, the Elderly, pregnant women and babies as young as new-born.
I am a fully qualified Cranial Osteopath which is available for both babies and adults including pregnant women.
I am from Marseille in France and can therefore offer treatments in both English and French.
Q & A with Celine Delgrange
What are your qualifications?
I have an integrated Master degree in Osteopathy from the University of Greenwich and a diploma in Osteopathic medicine from the European school of Osteopathy.
I am qualified to treat all ages from new-borns to the elderly including pregnancy women, sports people, teenagers, office and manual workers.
I also have a Dry Needling Diploma.
Why do people come to you?
Patients come to see me for natural pain relief to stay away from pain killers and anti-inflammatories as much as possible. Patients also come and see me once in a while for maintenance treatment (I call them “MOT” treatments) which are preventative treatments to avoid the same issue reoccurring.
I choose my treatments and techniques depending on each patient’s individual needs. Some of my patients say “Celine is very specific in her choice of techniques, she can be very gentle but also knows when to dig a little deeper if necessary".
Do you have any specialisms?
As an Osteopath, I treat all ages. As part of my training, I am a fully qualified Cranial Osteopath.
I use Cranial Osteopathy mainly on new-borns and babies especially following traumatic births.
However, I also use Cranio-Sacral Osteopathy on adults suffering with headaches, migraines, anxiety, stress and sleeping difficulties.
What are the typical complaints your treatments can help with?
In practice I see a wide range of musculoskeletal issues such as chronic joint pain (back pain, knee pain, shoulder and neck pain) but also muscular tensions, sciatica, headaches, digestive problems, sports injuries and Arthritic pain.
What complaints can you help with that many people find surprising?
Many people don’t know what Osteopathy can actually treat. We treat a lot more than you think. It’s not just about a bad back or a bad neck. One of the most surprising is digestive problems such as IBS, Hiatus Hernias, Constipation, Liver problems.
I also treat new-borns using Cranial Osteopathy using gentle techniques on their head to relax any tensions caused by labour which can have an impact on their guts (i.e.: colic symptoms such as reflux, irritable guts... ), on the ability to latch on whilst breast feeding, sleeping patterns.
Can you tell us a surprising fact about your treatments?
I come from Marseille, a city in the south of France, so If you need to improve your French, I can offer consultations in French (and English obviously).