• About Chiltern Osteopathic Practice

    All Chiltern Practice osteopaths are committed to providing the highest standards of osteopathic care and service

    It is each practitioners intention that, through effective osteopathic treatment, each patient will develop an understanding and awareness of their problem in order to reduce the risk of recurrence or aggravation. The aim of working with each patient is to obtain the maximum benefit out of a minimum number of treatment sessions.


    Practice hours

    Mon : 08:00 am - 20:30 pm

    Tues : 08:00 am - 20:30 pm

    Weds : 08:00 am - 17:30 pm

    Thurs : 08:00 am - 20:30 pm

    Fri : 08:00 am - 17:30 pm

    Sat : 09:00 am - 12:30 pm

    Treatment & consultation fees

    Initial consultation (Inc. treatment)

    Duration : 30 minutes / Fee : £ 60.00


    Follow up treatment

    Duration : 30 minutes / Fee : £ 50.00


    Credit card, cheque or cash accepted

    Private health insurance

    We would ask you advance to confirm with your PHI that they agree that your claim is valid and obtain a claim or pre-authorisation number or reference. The PHI advisor will also tell you whether or not your GP needs to sign your claim before you visit us.


    We will then be able to invoice your PHI company directly though we are able to print receipts should you wish to claim for payments made. Please remember that your cover may have an excess which will have to be paid directly to 'The Chiltern Osteopathic Practice Limited'.

  • Meet the team

    At the Chiltern Practice we are committed to providing the highest standards of service and osteopathic care.

    It is each practitioners intention that, through effective osteopathic treatment, each patient will develop an understanding and awareness of their problem in order to reduce the risk of recurrence or aggravation. The aim of working with each patient is to obtain the maximum benefit out of a minimum number of treatment sessions.

    Paul Mitterhuber. Registered Osteopath





    Sarah Kitchiner. Registered Osteopath


    Registered Osteopath


    Sarah graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005 and has since worked in a number of clinics throughout Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex and Hertfordshire. She also ran a large clinic of her own in Buckinghamshire.


    As well as being a registered member of GOSC and Institute of Osteopathy, Sarah is registered with all major health insurance companies including AXA PPP, Aviva, Simply Health and BUPA.


    Sarah is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

    Louise. Registered Osteopath


    Registered osteopath


    Louise qualified from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2006. She became aware of osteopathy after falling from a horse and having subsequent back pain. This resulted in her having osteopathic treatment throughout her teens, which relieved her problems. It was this insight plus her interest in biology and enthusiasm for sports which lead Louise down the osteopathy route. She treats using both a structural and functional approach. She is still a keen runner and holds a black tag in Tae Kwon-Do

    Natalie. Registered Osteopath


    Registered osteopath


    Natalie qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1994 having gained a BSc. During her undergraduate training she became interested in working with children whilst working with specific paediatric projects. Following graduation she has attendee various postgraduate courses including cranial osteopathy and paediatric courses.


    Natalie’s wealth of structural and cranial experiences are suited to the treatment of all ages, although she has a big interest in treating children and babies using cranial osteopathy and gentle techniques. She is passionate about providing effective and supportive treatment with advice to empower and support.

    Nico. Registered Osteopath


    Registered osteopath


    Nico began his journey in 2011 when he became a massage therapist. He then started his career in Osteopathy and Naturopathy graduating in 2016 from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine and is now a member of the General Osteopathic Council.


    During his training he also worked as a sports massage therapist in several London clinics where he developed a keen interest in the movement, posture and balance of our bodies, also how sport, work and stress can affect how our bodies deal with those issues. Nico has a particular interest in nutrition, gastrointestinal disturbances and food intolerance's which he likes to approach and treat with combination of different osteopathic techniques as well as diet and lifestyle changes.

    Amee. Registered Osteopath


    Registered osteopath


    Amee graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2006 gaining a BSc (Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine and Diploma in Naturopathy.


    Amee has a passion for her job and enjoys the benefits her patients gain from her treatment, whatever their age.

    Outside of clinic, Amee enjoys keeping fit at the gym and spending time with her little one.


    Amee is available on Tuesday mornings

    Ginelle. Registered osteopath


    Registered osteopath


    Ginelle is a friendly and supportive osteopath whose main aim is to help decrease the pain that her patients are experiencing whilst also ensuring that they fully understand the cause of their pain and how her treatment will help them. She promotes osteopathy as an efficient way of treating musculoskeletal and visceral symptoms as well as a method of preventing them from reoccurring and has so far succeeded in helping many people throughout all stages of life.


    Ginelle’s passion for osteopathy began at the age of 13 when she herself experienced the tremendous benefits that osteopathic treatment can have on all areas of the body. Having graduated with a masters in Osteopathic Medicine she now wants to show others how osteopathy can improve their quality of life and well being.


    Ginelle has a keen interest in ante/post-natal treatment, sporting injuries and in helping patients cope with the natural processes of degeneration. She is fully qualified in acupuncture, dry needling and kinesio taping, meaning that her treatment plans can be tailored uniquely for each patient using a wide variety of technique approaches.


    Principal osteopath


    Paul graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine London in 1993 and established the Chiltern Osteopathic Practice thereafter. He returned to the British College of Osteopathic Medicine to lecture on a part time basis for eight years.


    Paul is regional communication co-ordinator for the General Osteopathic Council representing Buckinghamshire, also a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. He is also the organiser for the local South Buckinghamshire Osteopathic Group, and a member of BBENSCH Post Graduate Society for Osteopaths.

  • Osteopathy standards and regulation

    Your peace of mind at Chiltern Osteopathic Practice

    Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

    All osteopaths practicing in the UK ...

    All osteopaths practicing in the UK must have completed rigorous training. Students of osteopathy follow a four or five-year degree course, during which they study anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, nutrition and biomechanics. In addition they undergo a minimum of 1,000 hours of clinical training. Qualification generally takes the form of a bachelors degree in osteopathy - a BSc (Hons) , BOst or BOstMed, or a Masters Degree in Osteopathy (MOst).


    The General Osteopathic Council (GOsc) sets the standards of osteopathic education, and requires qualified osteopaths to update training throughout their working lives, a process known as continuing professional development. The GOsC also ensures that all osteopaths comply with strict osteopathic practice standards and the professional Standards of Practice (see download below) As well as completing the necessary training, osteopaths must also prove themselves to be in good health and of good character, and have professional indemnity insurance cover.


    Members of the Institute of Osteopathy

    All osteopaths at the Chiltern Osteopathic Practice ...

    All osteopaths at the Chiltern Practice are further professional members of the The Institute of Osteopathy (originally founded as the British Osteopathic Association.)

    The purpose of the Institute is to unite, promote, develop and support the osteopathic profession, to improve public health and patient care. By working collaboratively with osteopathic institutions at local, national and international levels the iO strives to raise the standards of care by osteopaths, and improve the understanding and awareness of the public and fellow health professions to the benefits that osteopaths and osteopathy bring to the resource and cash strapped health economy.


    The iO are members of the Osteopathic Development Group, a collaboration between the iO, GOsC, the Osteopathic Alliance, the National Council For Osteopathic Research and the Council of Osteopathic Educational Institutions. By working together with the regulator, research community and educators they aim to unite the profession to promote development, improve understanding and knowledge, support and celebrate excellence, facilitate communication and demonstrate the effectiveness of osteopathy.

  • Contact The Chiltern Practice for a qualified consultation today


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Paul Mitterhuber. Owner and principal osteopathic practitioner at The Chiltern Osteopathic Practice Limited.
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