All our osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council
Jeremy A Buck
D.O. Registered Osteopath
Jeremy graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1984 and initially worked in a practice in Haywards Heath with Osteopath Anthony Pusey. He set up The Drive Osteopaths in The Drive, Hove in1985 and has worked here since.
For the past 10 years Jeremy has organised the Central Sussex Osteopaths, a professional development group where local osteopaths can gain post graduate training and clinical technique experience. He is actively involved with the General Osteopathic Council in the development and furtherance of the profession. Jeremy is also a member of the Institute of Osteopathy.
‘Having watched my four (now grown) children search their hearts for a choice of career I now realise how lucky I am. I always wanted to be an osteopath and now 30 years after qualifying I am still fascinated by osteopathy and how I can use it to treat a whole myriad of symptoms. It continues to be my passion. Helping people to regain their health is so fulfilling, if you don’t have your health you don’t have anything.’
The Drive Osteopaths is a family run clinic, Jeremy’s wife Gilly is the Practice Manager.
Amy began her career as an anatomist at Edinburgh University but soon discovered that utilising her understanding of anatomy to help people get better would be much more rewarding. Since qualifying from The British School of Osteopathy with distinction she has lived and practiced in Sussex.
Using gentle osteopathic techniques to ease pain and muscle spasm and restore normal movement, Amy aims to help people understand their body and how to minimise the impact of everyday stresses and strains. Amy also lectures at the European School of Osteopathy in her favourite subject; anatomy, and runs courses for Osteopaths in Sussex.
She likes printmaking, sewing and contributing to www.instructables.com
She also helps organise the Brighton Mini Maker Faire by making giant seagulls and things.
Gilly’s interest in homeopathy was first awakened when her son was diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes, twenty-three years ago. Homeopathic treatment helped to keep him well balanced and healthy despite his condition. She learnt to use homeopathic remedies for all her family for minor ailments.
The interest became a passion for a form of treatment that helped with her own health and those of her family and friends in a constructive, natural and gentle way.
Finally she studied a four year course and in 2006 qualified from the South East College of Homeopathy in Lewes. Gilly works two days a week as a homeopath at the Clinic. With her other hat on, Gilly manages the running of the Clinic.
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Glenda has worked at The Drive for over 3 years having graduated from Brighton University with a Distinction in HND Complementary Healthcare. This included Advanced Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Anatomy & Physiology to a higher level as required by the NHS. Glenda has taken further courses in Advanced Massage. Glenda is a member of the International Council of Holistic Therapists (MICHT), a member of the society of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and is bound by their codes of ethics and code of practice. The FHT is the largest professional association for therapists in the UK, a non-profit making organisation that seeks to represent Member Therapists at a national level.
Eve works part time as a Receptionist/Secretary at The Drive Osteopaths and has been working with Jeremy for over 30 years.
Emilie graduated from the renowned European School of Osteopathy in Kent with an Integrated Master’s Degree. She has recently returned from Melbourne, Australia, having worked as an Osteopath in several successful multi-disciplinary clinics and is welcomed and supported by Jeremy’s team collectively offering 40 years of experience in osteopathy.
Emilie’s method of working embraces the approach to osteopathic treatment that we uphold at The Drive Osteopaths. She employs the same wide range of techniques, tailored to individual needs, incorporating articulation, manipulation, soft tissue work and cranial. Self-management exercises and stretches are also incorporated into her patient’s management plan, as required.
Emilie adopts a holistic approach to all her treatments and is a very hands-on practitioner, whose primary objective is to improve the health and wellbeing of her patients. She has experience of treating a broad spectrum of patients with different musculoskeletal conditions and has a passionate interest for treating expectant mothers, infants and children.