About Elspeth Munro
Elspeth trained at the European School of Osteopathy and graduated with an Integrated Masters Degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost). She has been working with Glasgow Osteopaths since 2014.
Elspeth is a practitioner who enjoys working with all age groups, from babies to ageing adults, maternity patients and athletes.
She uses a variety of different techniques including stretching, soft tissue massage, joint articulation, kinesio-taping to assist external support of injury, and spinal manipulation.
Elspeth is also trained in Cranial Osteopathy – a non-invasive, safe, gentle style of treatment which can be especially beneficial for those requiring a more gentle approach. Cranial Osteopathy consists of gentle movements, designed to bring about relaxation and harmony within the body. These techniques are particularly useful if a patient is in acute pain or in the treatment of babies, children, during pregnancy or for the elderly/infirm.
By bringing together a range of techniques Elspeth creates a very individual approach to treatment, tailoring it to the patient’s needs. Whether you are looking for pain relief, pain prevention or pro-active performance Elspeth is here to help.
For those patients who suffer complex complaints, often involving involving multiple conditions, Elspeth offers the space to talk, so that she can get a holistic understanding of what is happening, and so find an approach that works for you.
When not at work Elspeth skates with Glasgow Roller Derby, a competitive team which travels internationally representing Glasgow. She is also involved with the teams’ management and is proud to be able to help women of all abilities and backgrounds to access sports.
Elspeth works from our Lenzie clinic on Tuesdays, Thursday morning and Fridays, and from our Glasgow High St clinic on Monday, Wednesday morning and Thursday afternoon.
“All my treatment is tailored to the Individual so as to ensure that the client feels maximum benefit. I treat clients as I would wish to be treated myself.” Elspeth Munro