Dorothy Griffiths graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1980 having completed a four year full time course.
After working for two years in Lincoln she returned to her native Lancashire working in Preston and Birkdale.
In 1999 Dorothy relocated to larger premises in Ashton with a view to establishing a multi-disciplinary practice. This has become the foremost clinic of its type in the area.
She has always been involved with the running of the Profession, being a council member of the Osteopathic Association for many years and President from 1990 to 1992. She has also been involved with Regional groups as Secretary and Convention organizer.
Dorothy is committed to Continuing Professional Development attending a wide variety of courses and events.
Dorothy is the National Coordinator for the Osteopathic Helpline and attends regular training sessions in listening skills with the Samaritans.
Dorothy treats a wide variety of patients from the very young to the very elderly and a wide range of conditions including occupational and postural disorders, arthritic problems, strains and sprains, trapped nerves and joint and muscle problems associated with pregnancy.