Franke Osteopathy offers expertise in Osteopathy, Cranial and Visceral Osteopathy, Sporting Performance and Pilates.
Monica established the practice in central Oxford in 2007 and was joined by associates, Angela Power in 2010 and Ben Ousey in November 2011. Between them they have wide experience in manual therapy, health care and sports.
Monica and Angela are both Registered Osteopaths with General Osteopathic Council and members of the British Osteopathic Association.
Monica is also a member of Osteopathic Sports Care Association and is recognised by all major insurance providers.
“I am delighted to have both Ben and Angela on board, and the combined skills of these two professionals gives me great confidence in the ongoing strength of Franke Osteopathy, emphasising high standards of communication, diagnosis and treatment.”
The scope of osteopathic treatment includes back and neck pain, as well as knee, ankle, shoulder and other joint problems. Monica is passionate about the structure and workings of the body and aim to give you an understanding of the particular way in which your body functions, and how to optimise your health.
Having begun practicing in 2004, Monica works with people of all age groups, capabilities and ambitions, and her focus is on how best to aid the physical being to meet our everyday tasks and our greatest challenges. She enjoys showing how and why osteopathy & Pilates can help to resolve musculoskeletal aches and injuries and improve performance. This is achieved through establishing the source of dysfunction and why problems have arisen, followed by appropriate treatment and guided exercise coaching, when suitable. Monica is also qualified in dry needling, which she may use alongside her osteopathic treatment in order to promote healing and reduce areas of pain.
Angela qualified in 2010 and with years of pre-existing manual therapy experience, is already a highly professional and effective practitioner. She is extremely compassionate and caring, and is a real asset to Franke Osteopathy.
Angela has a keen interest in visceral and cranial osteopathy and has been studying these approaches over the last six years, integrating them into her osteopathic practice, and increasingly works with children.