Anne Wilde qualified as an Osteopath in 2004 and is registered with the General Osteopathic council.
In addition to working in Wilmslow, Anne also works at Congleton Osteopathic Practice, Congleton. In her earlier career, Anne spent over 15 years in the Army (Royal Corps of Signals) and has significant experience within a multitude of sports and adventurous training pursuits.
She is qualified in several sports to instructor/coach level and has played most traditional sports to a very high standard. After leaving the Army, Anne moved to Austria but realised she wanted to retrain with the ambition of ultimately becoming an osteopath.
Anne returned to the UK and initially trained as a sports therapist and personal trainer, whilst also qualifying in body/sports massage. A year later, Anne started studying her five year degree as an Osteopath, mixed mode, which allowed Anne to continue working whilst studying, graduating in 2004 with a BSC (hons) in Osteopathy.
Since then Anne has completed many postgraduate courses over and above her mandatory continuous professional development (CPD) of 30 hours per annum. She has completed courses in Cranial Sacral Osteopathy and Acupuncture and in the past 15 months has undertaken voluntary work with the Osteopathic Children’s Clinic (OCC) in Manchester, gaining valuable experience treating babies and young children.
Anne’s varied background, professional training and post graduate experience has provided her with an in depth knowledge, enabling the diagnosis, treatment and specific rehabilitation of the body. To make an appointment ring 01625 54 9000