Robert Pettingell D.O.
Robert graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1984, having grown up and had all his schooling in the High Wycombe area..
With over 34 years of working as an osteopath, he has a wide variety of osteopathic experience and interests from treating children through to nonagenarians. Offering an integrated approach to osteopathy, combining structural techniques with deep tissue massage, alongside exercise prescription, postural and ergonomic advice to achieve the best results for each patient.
Robert is an ex county badminton player, and a current triathlete GB age grouper, where has won a national championship and medals in European championships, both in the Standard and Middle-distance events, as such he has a special interest in Sports Injuries.
Robert is also a level 2 triathlon coach and level 3 Pilates Teacher.
Harry Pettingell M.Ost. BSc. (Hons)
Harry has recently graduated from the University college of Osteopathy with a Masters of Osteopathy degree (M.Ost). Harry has a particular interest in sports injuries, as he enjoys playing football to a high level, running and cycling in his spare time. Other areas of interest are in nutrition, sleep, and biomechanics. Harry is passionate about patient centred care and thrives to get patients improving in function and decreasing pain so patients can get back to doing what they love (through manual treatment and exercise prescription). He will be working in the Castle street clinic as well as from Risborough Osteopaths and at Long Crendon Clinic. Harry is also a qualified level 3 sports massage therapist and will be offering this at the Risborough and Long Crendon Clinics.