with Rosie Waygood


Rosie Waygood, MSc Ost., M.Ost is a registered Osteopath who is all about empowering people through a renewed sense of freedom in their body. Rosie studied two Osteopathy Master degrees at universities in London and Hamburg, where her passion for working with all ages, including little ones, led her to also pursue training as a paediatric osteopath. Determined to delve deeper into the roots of Osteopathy, she joined a course in cause-oriented Osteopathic Medicine at the University of Witten-Herdecke in Germany, where she became a clinical tutor.
Rosie takes a holistic approach. Her aim of treatment is to treat not only the site of pain, but also find the underlying source of dysfunction, which is often located in other parts of the body.


People of all ages can benefit from seeing an Osteopath.

Osteopathy can:

  • help to ease pain
  • help you to achieve your exercise goals
  • ease the passage during life-changing events, such as pregnancy, birth and menopause
  • help with unsettled infants
  • help with adolescent difficulties such as growing pains
  • help with difficulties that result from the aging process

Osteopaths look at the whole body. Treatment aims to ease the body back to health using the most harmonious approach. For this reason, treatment can vary at each appointment. Every session is tailor-made for you. You can expect a combination of osteopathic techniques, life-style and exercise advice.

Osteopathic techniques vary from deep manipulation of tissues, through mobilisation of joints and other body parts, to more subtle interventions that seem almost imperceptible. These are designed to ‘speak’ directly with our physiology, encouraging homeostasis (the process by which we are continually striving for health). This can help inflammation, calm sensitised nerves, bring better movement and warm our bodies. These processes help to ease pain.

The training to become an osteopath is a four year full-time degree course. To remain in practice, all osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council and undertake rigorous annual checks that include continual training. It is illegal to call yourself an Osteopath unless you are registered.

What happens in a session?

You will be taken through a consultation during which you can discuss your health concerns. Questions about your overall well-being and your past medical history can also help to cast light on what is going on now, and what we can do to support healing.

An assessment of your posture and movement can happen with you standing, sitting and lying down. All findings and treatment options will be discussed with you. During the assessment, you might be advised that it is better to seek the help of another health-care provider, such as your GP or another member of the Bonn Square Therapy Room team.

At all times your comfort is paramount. You can remain clothed to a level that you are happy with. If you prefer, you can wear light clothing such as shorts or leggings and a t-shirt.


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