Scott Daniels


Scott graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2002 after completing his 4yr degree course.

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After completing his BSc in Osteopathy Scott  worked as a registered Osteopath in Clacton and Colchester where he became Clinical Director. Scott is now working full time here at Scott Daniels | Osteopathic & Health Clinic and sees a wide range of injuries including painful backs, necks, shoulders, knees, poor postures, arthritis and other conditions.


Before becoming an osteopath Scott played professional football for 10 years where he developed his interest in sports related injuries and rehabilitation. Scott now sees sportsmen and women from varied sporting background such as football, rugby, cricket, skiing and netball ranging from the amateur to the professional.


Urvi Patel


Urvi Patel graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005 with a Bachelor’s  in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma in Naturopathy.

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After graduation, she pursued a Masters In Health Ergonomics, to enhance her knowledge of work place related injuries, and how to help people with injuries, continue working using ergonomic solutions. Urvi has applied her Osteopathic and Ergonomic knowledge at cooperate level, providing postural and ergonomic solutions for their work station thus helping individuals to keep working whilst looking after themselves.

As an osteopath Urvi, uses a direct structural approach whilst incorporating soft tissue, body mechanics, and exercise rehabilitation. Urvi has completed the APPI matwork Level 1 course in Pilates instruction and enjoys using this knowledge to enhance her patients rehabilitation.

She has more recently qualified in Canine Osteopathy and alongside helping her human patients, is enjoying treating our furry friends.

Her previous employment includes owning her own osteopathic clinic in Orpington for 10 years, a variety of multidisciplinary clinics and Lecturing at the European School Of Osteopathy.

Her success lies in her experience and her supportive and friendly nature, making treatment effective as well as informative. The treatment is catered to the individual, taking all aspect of a patient’s lifestyle into consideration. Urvi has a keen interest in low back pain, sporting injuries, headaches and work-related injuries.

In her spare time, Urvi will be, in her crafts cupboard, watching films with the hubby or having fun with her two beautiful girls and her German shepherd in the garden.


Blain Murphy


Blain graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2016 with a Master’s in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma in Naturopathy.

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Blain graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2016 with a Master’s in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma in Naturopathy

After graduating, Blain moved back to his hometown of Warrenpoint, N.Ireland where he began establishing his clinic over the next four years. Whilst doing this he worked alongside three osteopaths improving his skills and knowledge.

Blain has a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditionssuch as back pain, joint pain and sporting related injuries. He treats with a strong emphasis on hands on treatment combined with exercise rehabilitation, dietary and lifestyle changes to help improve his patient’s recovery.

In his spare time Blain enjoys everything from cookery to tech.He has an established background in hurling and gaelic football having played competitively at club and county level.

Blain is registered with the; General Osteopathic Council (GOSC)



Physiotherapist & Osteopath

Having graduated in Physiotherapy in 2012 from the Tor Vergata University in Rome, Daniel has experience in rehabilitating a wide variety of conditions from neurological and orthopaedics to classic neck and back pain having worked both in the hospital and multi-disciplinary clinic environments.

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Daniel’s work in the hospitals saw him helping and supporting people affected by Parkinson ’s disease and stroke, as well as working with amputees.

Whilst working within physiotherapy Daniel realised that many of his patients would also benefit from osteopathy, therefore before moving to the United Kingdom, he took an integrated course in Osteopathy at the International College of Osteopathic Manual Medicine in Rome.  This was then followed by a Master degree in Osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy.

Daniel is passionate about continually developing new skills which complement his work as a physiotherapist and osteopath.  This has included completing courses on kinesiology, sports taping, acupuncture and global postural re-education with Professor Philippe E. Souchard.

Outside of work Daniel keeps active by rock climbing, swimming and playing football. He enjoys the cinema, theatre and travelling.




Charlie is qualified Osteopath having qualified from the European School of Osteopathy with a Masters degree. He is a fully Qualified Sports Massage Therapist with a wide set of skills.

Emma, massage therapist at Scott Osteopathic and Health Centre


Massage Therapist

Emma has performed sports massage, injury assessments, and treating players in numerous sports settings including rugby, basketball, and football.

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Emma graduated from the University of Worcester in 2022 with a First-Class bachelor’s in science Sports Therapy Degree.

Emma has performed sports massage, injury assessments, and treating players in numerous sports settings including rugby, basketball, and football. This has also included performing pitch-side first aid as well as assisting with pre and post-event treatments. Emma is a Level 4 massage therapist as well as first aid and trauma trained. Other skills of hers include; manual therapy, and electrotherapy treatments.

In her spare time, Emma loves to read, bake, socialise with her friends and go to the gym. She grew up playing sports with her main one being rowing where she competed for Deal, Walmer, and Kingsdown Amateur Rowing Club for 5 years. During her time at the club, she broke a world record for The Heavy Weight Small Team Longest Continual Row on an indoor rowing machine where she and two others rowed for 84 hours. She also become a part of Deals’ first ever ladies crew to win a South Coast Championship in 2018 in a race her crew originally had not qualified for.




Katherine, Is a Registered Nutritional Therapist (CNHC and BANT) based in Tunbridge Wells.

Katherine holds an MSc in Personalised Nutrition and a diploma in Personalised Nutrition Practice, and is also a practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming.

You can find out more about Katherine via her website, Linkedin and Instagram.

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Hi I’m Katherine

In my 20s I struggled with digestive issues and lots of niggling health issues which affected my quality of life but I didn’t even think there wasn’t anything I could do about them. I thought having a headache once a week was normal! I had been overweight since I was a teenager and my weight had yoyoed since then. I was feeling constantly exhausted, anxious and I struggled with brain fog. But I worked in a demanding corporate job so I just pushed through it.  I was worried about my future health but I wasn’t sure what to do.

It wasn’t until I decided that I had to do something about my health in my thirties that I began to learn about the role of nutrition and lifestyle in health. I’d always loved food and although I did logically know that what I ate mattered, I had no idea the impact of food and that changing my nutrition and lifestyle could make me feel better in my 40s than I ever did in my 20s.

This transformation in my health prompted me to leave my corporate job and follow my passion for health as a career where I could guide others to reach their health goals and improve their lives. Through my journey, I have also seen first-hand how transformative Nutritional therapy has been for me and my clients! We all know that knowing what to do is different from doing it!  As well as having an MSc in personalised nutrition I am also trained as an NLP coach. Making changes can seem overwhelming but I can motivate and support you with any changes we make.

I understand the demands of having a busy demanding job as well as the demands of being a mother. While I was studying at uni, I gave birth to my son and I found myself exhausted from the lack of sleep, I felt like I’d lost who I was, and again my health had declined. Even though I was training to be a nutritional therapist, I found it hard to feel myself again and recover following the birth. Even with what I knew I found it hard not to revert to eating processed sugary foods as I was exhausted and I was not prioritising my health. What I really wanted was someone to tell me what to do, make it easy and hold me accountable, as I just didn’t have the headspace myself.

This is when I realised that helping Mum’s feel amazing so that they can live their life to the fullest and enjoy time with their families and friends was what I wanted to do.  Whatever stage of life your children are at, it comes with its own challenges and I’m here to help Mum’s to thrive and feel energised to enjoy their lives for themselves as well as for their families.

Even though I’m a Nutritional Therapist, some days I eat foods that have little nutritional credentials. But unlike when I was younger as I take care of myself most of the time this doesn’t worry me.  Life is about enjoyment so don’t worry I won’t make you give up your favourite foods. We will work together to change the food you eat to support your health and you will actually enjoy your food more not less!

I am passionate about helping you!