Miss Stephanie Dorey

Stephanie has a BSc honours degree in sports therapy from Coventry University and a foundation in acupuncture with the Acupuncture Practitioners Organisation.

Stephanie is a registered member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists. Throughout the year she works for NLD Rugby League as a sports therapist and first aider.

She says: “From a very young age I have been involved in a variety of sports. “From the age of seven I developed a keen interest in the equestrian world, having my own ponies on the farm at home. I later got involved in horse racing and had many years working for local racehorse trainers. “At 18 I left college with a National Diploma in sports science and went to Coventry University to pursue my career as a therapist. “I aim to help injured people return to full function regardless of their age, sport or ability. “I examine and assess posture, movement, fitness and injuries and then, using the correct treatment, design a rehabilitation programme to suit the person’s needs.”

Treatment could include a sports massage to loosen off tight, aching muscles, acupuncture to aid and speed-up the recovery of muscle damage, or an exercise and strengthening programme for post-operation patients

Mr Jack Taylor – M Ost

Jack is a fully registered Osteopath (Reg-8959) Click here for registration details.

He is also fully insured by Balens insurance. Jack has a very strong sporting background in hockey, cycling and golf owing to his interest in treating athletes among others.

He has worked with a variety of patients from high-end sports people to desk based office workers using his firm grounding in anatomy, physiology, pathology and biomechanics making him a well rounded structural practitioner.

Furthermore Jack has a very strong interest in treating non-specific pain with a very high rate of success. He believes in an honest and patient centred approach, allowing the patient to remain in control of their health care by informing them all the way through their treatment. This gives the patient the knowledge and understanding needed to make the best decision for their care.

Miss Jan Lowe – B.Sc (Hons) Ost, D.O.

I have been working as an Osteopath at the clinic for 15 years. As an osteopath I treat a wide range of conditions and ages. I have a keen interest in treating babies and infants and have completed several post graduate courses in paediatric osteopathy.

My personal interests are running, skiing and fell-walking.

Miss Sarah Hewitson – D.O.

Sarah Hewitson qualified 24 years ago at The British School Of Osteopathy in London and helped set up Newark Osteopathic Clinic in 1991.

She enjoys treating all ages of people and has an interest in all Sports related injuries.

Sarah works every day except Tuesday at the Clinic.

Jasper M Nissim – D.O.

I founded the Clinic in 1991 along with Miss Sarah Hewitson having worked in my own practice in Chelsea previously, following graduation from The British School Of Osteopathy in 1988.

I treat, like my colleagues a wide-ranging number of conditions and age categories although I do not treat babies.

Being a keen sportsman I have a particular interest in all sports injuries and have a close link with Newark Rugby Club. My other passions are skiing and training. I enjoy surfing but I’m rubbish at it!

My goal is to be part of  a compassionate team that has a particular expertise In the diagnosis and treatment of primarily musculo-skeletal injuries/conditions.

The clinic also works closely with the local GP’s surgeries and consultants. We are also lucky to be able to rely on the services of Dr Andrew Watson, an Orthopeadic Physician.