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The Art of The Possible by Jo Bowyer, Chartered Physiotherapist, Registered Osteopath - England, UK

The Art of the Possible

Jo Bowyer
Chartered Physiotherapist
Registered Osteopath

The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital
Birmingham 1978

The British School of Osteopathy
London 1984


Clapham Common Clinic
151-153 Clapham High Street
London SW4 7SS
Tel : 020-7627-8890 / 020-7622-4382
E-mail : info@ccc.co.uk
Web : www.ccc.co.uk

Home visits arranged for those
who have difficulty climbing stairs

Bedford Osteopathic Practice
30 York Street
MK40 3RJ
Tel : 01234-211-844
Web : www.osteopathicpractice.co.uk


Jo Bowyer has been involved in the treatment and management of world class sports people and other performers for over 30 years. She has a particular interest in persistent pain and other chronic and difficult to manage cases ranging in age from newborn to nonagenarian, and in recent years has enjoyed the challenge presented by those suffering from dizziness/loss of equilibrium.

As a member of the clinical interest group ACPIVR she keeps up to date with best practice. She is a generalist physiotherapist and osteopath who will recommend a specialist practitioner should she feel that any aspect of the presenting condition is beyond her scope of practice.

Jo Bowyer worked for the NHS for 9 years, first in Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea and then at Bedford General Hospital where she developed an interest in the treatment of chest conditions,stroke and the effects of aging.

Jo spent 6 years at the Lister Hospital in Chelsea where as Deputy Superintendent she had responsibility for the Outpatient and Sports Injury Clinics and for a minimal dependency Psychiatric Unit, which led to an interest in working with people recovering from addiction,anxiety where there is associated breathing pattern disorder, and grief.

For the last 25 years she has worked in private practice in Clapham and Bedford and enjoys seeing four generations of some of the families she works with. She does not inject, issue prescriptions or do medicolegal work. She is not a trained counsellor.