Jon Leigh ND, DO

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Registered Osteopath
& Registered Naturopathic Physician
Member of the Institute of Osteopathy
Member of the Institute of Classical Osteopathy
Member of the Institute of Expert Witnesses

Mr Leigh has been in practice for over forty five years, having qualified from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy.
His special areas of expertise are injuries caused by motor car accidents, occupational injuries and sports injuries. He is also qualified Expert Witness, trained in writing and presenting medico-legal reports and presenting them in court. He has also appeared many times on television and used to be a regular expert on Barbara Sturgeon’s programme on Radio Kent. The British College of Naturopathy & Osteopathy in 1972. After qualification he worked at Grayshott Hall in Hindhead for two years and then moved the Medway Towns. He established the Gillingham Clinic of Complementary Medicine in 1982 to fulfil his dream of having a multi-disciplinary Clinic, where patients could consult the best practitioners available. He also taught at the British College where he trained, and for the European College of Osteopathy in Maidstone and the International College of Alternative Therapies, where he was head of the osteopathic department.

Adele Sharp MOst

Adele Sharp M.Ost, ITEC Dip, CMT

Adele has a master’s degree in osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. Her degree taught her how to treat different types of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries and tailor it uniquely to each patient. What affects one person can present differently in another. Understanding pain mechanics is also part of Adele’s training and how other factors, not just injury, can affect a person’s pain.

Adele is also a sports massage therapist and cancer massage therapist.

Outside of work, Adele enjoys running, cycling, strength conditioning and has completed challenges such as London and Brighton Marathons, London to Brighton Cycle and the Three Peaks challenge. Adele can emphasise when injury has an impact on training.

Adele is a friendly, approachable practitioner and believes practitioner-patient rapport can have a good effect on treatment outcome.