Jo Pinny D.O., N.D.
Jo trained for 4 years at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, qualifying in 1992. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
What influenced you to become an osteopath?
I first became aware of osteopathy aged 14, when my mum had some osteopathic treatment. I was really impressed with the improvement in her health and was inspired to find out more! Because I like helping people, enjoy working with my hands and have always been fascinated by how the body works, going into osteopathy was a natural choice for me.
When did you join the team?
After qualifying, I gained experience in a number of private practices and NHS settings before joining Jason in the practice in 1996.
What do you enjoy most about your role at North Beds Osteopaths?
I like working with a team of like-minded people whose shared aim is to help our patients. I do my best to understand each person’s problem and find an approach that works for them. One of my favourite parts of practice is treating generations of the same family, and I especially enjoy helping a patient experience an improvement in their condition for the first time!
What specialist areas of practice are you particularly interested in?
I treat a wide variety of problems across people of all ages. I have postgraduate training and a special interest in cranial osteopathy (including the Biodynamic approach) and paediatrics. My postgraduate training also extends to dry needling which I sometimes use alongside osteopathic treatment.
How do you like to spend your spare time?
I’m a mum to 2 lovely girls and enjoy spending time with family and friends, being active and out walking with our dog, Murphy. Other favourite activities include bike rides, music, cooking, and gardening.
Back to Team Members