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Like many practitioners, Jaimi was drawn to the health care industry after experiencing first-hand how osteopathy helped treat the many sporting injuries she endured growing up.
“Seeing how an osteopath can work with you and help you to get back to your pre-injury self is something that inspired and appealed to me and made me want to study osteo.”
For Jaimi, it’s the holistic approach of the discipline she enjoys the most. “The impact you can have on one area of the body can influence other areas. I love being able to see the positive effects you can have on a patient when treating them as a whole rather than just focusing on their symptoms.”
Previously, Jaimi has worked as a sports trainer at a football club as well as in a podiatry specialty shoe store where she was regularly involved in lower limb gait analysis.
Jaimi believes that a multidisciplinary clinic like CSSM gives practitioners the opportunity to work alongside other disciplines to achieve the best outcome for patients.
Away from the clinic, Jaimi enjoys spending time with her English Staffordshire bull terrior. “I like being active, going to the gym, playing netball and taking my dog on runs.” In summer, you will find her enjoying her spare time at the river with family and friends.
Wednesdays 2:00pm to 8:30pm
Fridays 1:00pm to 7:00pm
Saturdays 8:00am to 4:00pm
‘Every patient has different goals and outcomes they want to attain from treatment so it is important to work with each patient on an individual level to help them achieve their desired goals’
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