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Banstead Village Clinic and our Team

The Osteopathy Team

chris PinchesChris Pinches graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1985 and set up practice in Banstead in the same year. In 1989 he started a second practice from his home in Farnham and now divides his time between them. Chris enjoys treating the full range and variety of problems that typically present in a ‘general Osteopathic Practice’; from the young to the old, sporty to sedentary, back problems to ankle injuries. A particular area of interest is treating pregnant mothers. The unique stresses and strains that occur with a developing pregnancy, and the changing posture that goes with it, respond well to Osteopathy. When he is not working he might be found on the golf course striving to drag his game up the ladder from mediocrity!

Jennifer Beck graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy from Leeds Beckett University. From a young age Jen has had a passion for healthcare. She enjoys treating the whole family, with interests from the elderly to all stages of pregnancy. Jen has a very structural approach to treatment. A range of gentle techniques to help the body heal itself. She is trained in both dry needling and sports massage. Jen believes in supporting each patient to understand the mechanism of injury and how to improve not just the injury but the patient’s quality of life and enhancing this in as many ways as possible.


jane watt Jane Watt graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1988 and, after working in a sports injury clinic for 10 years, started working in Banstead Village Clinic after the birth of her 4th son. Then in 2005 she returned to the BSO as a clinic tutor, supervising the undergraduate students in the clinic.

She thoroughly enjoys both jobs – the balance between helping to return patients to pain-free lives and guiding students from classroom to treatment room as competent osteopaths.


ben-causbrook Ben Causbrook graduated at the top of his class from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013 with First Class Honours.

He currently works for a professional football team as their ‘in house’ Osteopath where he has been for the past 3 years. Ben has completed two BSc degrees in Sports Science and Osteopathic Medicine respectively. He is also currently studying his Masters (part-time) in Sports and Exercise Medicine at QMUL.

Ben has always been involved in sports from an early age and has a particular interest in sporting injuries. He uses a structural approach for treating patients with a very wide range of backgrounds from the avid gardener to professional athletes.

The Chiropody Team

caroline BearrymanCaroline Bearryman MChS Caroline qualified in 1984, from The Chelsea School of Chiropody. As a Senior 1 Chiropodist in the NHS, Caroline worked for Epsom District Health full time for 15 years, where she practiced in the districts’ Diabetic, nail surgery and children’s units. Caroline also practiced at The Bentley Special Needs unit in Banstead. In January 2014, after some 15 years working as an associate in Mr Morgan’s practice until his retirement from the clinic, Caroline started her own Chiropody practice, providing, as always, much valued enthusiasm and experience.

clinic__pic3Tony Davies MChS Tony graduated from the Leaf Hospital, Eastbourne, University of Brighton in 1992 with a 2:1 BSc(Hons) in Podiatry, and was awarded the Staff Prize. He worked alongside Caroline Bearryman at Epsom Health Care NHS trust for 5 years, where he gained valuable experience in nail surgery, high risk Diabetic foot management on rotation at the John Kilner Diabetic unit, as well as general podiatry. Tony was appointed to the register of mentors to the Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists in 2009, and in 2010 he completed an M level module with merit in Clinical Pharmacology for podiatric surgery, which enables him to access and supply certain prescription-only medicines. Formerly an Optician, he is also a Freeman of the City of London, and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers.



Lu Zhao BSc(Hons), Lic Ac, MBAcC. Lu is trained at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, one of the most highly respected acupuncture colleges in the UK. She practices an integrated style combining the two schools of acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Element Acupuncture. Lu is a fully insured member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and as such is bound by strict Codes of Safe Practice, Professional Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures.



Teresa NightingaleTeresa Nightingale, Teresa Nightingale trained for 3 years at The Sussex School of Shiatsu and qualified as a Shiatsu practitioner in 2003. She also gained First and Second Degree Reiki with Allan Sweeney, Reiki and Karuna Master Teacher (The International Reiki Healing Centre) in the year 2000. She worked in the nursing profession for many years.

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