363 Papanui Rd, Merivale, Christchurch 8052
Sally Mc Grandle is an Associate Osteopath at Better Health Osteopathy in Christchurch, New Zealand. She is a highly experienced Osteopath, having worked in London for many years before relocating to Christchurch. Sally is passionate about Osteopathy and enjoys the challenges of treating patients of all ages, including newborns, children, and the elderly. Sally has extensive knowledge and experience in women's health gained over her years of clinic practice. She has a particular interest in treating pregnant women and providing post-natal care to both mothers and their newborns. She also loves treating sports injuries, being a competitive sportswoman herself.
Sally Mc Grandle M.Ost Associate Osteopath
Sally graduated with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy from the European School of Osteopathy in the UK.
Sally is passionate about women’s health and treats all sorts of aches and pains related to pregnancy, including back pain, headaches, pelvic pain, public symphysis diastasis (PSD), and round ligament pain, to name a few. Post-natal care is also of paramount importance to Sally.
Sally also treats newborns and children. Newborns can struggle with neck pain, latching issues, and various aches and pains from labor, which can respond very well to Osteopathy.
Sally has always been a keen sportswoman and has competed internationally in Aquathlons. She is an avid trail runner and open water swimmer. Her sporting background complements her profession very well, with Sally having developed extensive knowledge in treating sports injuries, including rehabilitation and education, which form an integral part of her treatments.
In addition to her structural approach to treatment, Sally also incorporates cranial, visceral, and rehabilitation programs into her treatments, where necessary. Sally constantly adapts her treatment techniques to suit patients’ needs.
Sally is a caring and compassionate Osteopath and is looking forward to treating you and your family at Better Health Osteopathy.