Petra Kamarytova BSc, M.Ost, DPO, WHOst.
Paediatric, Cranial and Women’s Health Osteopath
Petra graduated from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO).
She also undertook training in the OsteoMAP programme, which was an NHS funded initiative, developed by the BSO, combining mindfulness and osteopathy for people suffering from chronic pain.
During her studies she developed a special interest in subjects related to paediatrics and obstetrics.
After her graduation, Petra travelled to Nepal providing osteopathic treatment to individuals in local communities, treating presentations ranging from acute musculoskeletal injuries from manual work in the field to supporting the recovery of patients after stroke alongside physiotherapy. She also provided osteopathic treatment in a shelter for vulnerable women.
Since her return to England, she pursued her areas of interest and completed a two-year post-graduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy (DPO) with the Osteopathic Centre for Children, and a two-year post-graduate Diploma in Women’s Health (WHOst.) with the Molinari Institute of Health.
She has also attended courses for healthcare practitioners relating to ring pessary sizing and fitting for urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (this service is not currently available) and gynaecological assessment and examination.
Petra has been with Surbiton Osteopaths for the past 3 years. She treats babies, children, and teenagers, as well as women not only during their peri-natal period, but she also supports them during all stages of their lives.