At Oxford Osteopaths, we have been treating patients safely and effectively for more than 25 years.

Our reputation for honest, practical treatment is shown through our outstanding Google reviews

Mike Harding - clinic principal and osteopath

Mike is clinic principal and osteopath at Oxford Osteopaths. He developed his expertise working in clinics in Oxford and London over ten years with a focus on sporting injuries. He trained at the London School of Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council

Mike's main area of interest is the musculoskeletal system, which includes posture, body alignment and the kinetic chain. His approach is to consider each person as unique, taking medical and personal history into account before deciding on the most appropriate course of treatment. He enjoys helping people understand why they might be in pain. He then uses proven techniques to improve movement, restore balance and therefore reduce discomfort. 

Mike has always enjoyed solving problems and as well as osteopathy he has a degree in mathematics. The thing he enjoys most about working in clinic is meeting new people, finding out what makes them tick, and helping them feel better – nothing could be more rewarding than that. 

When not working in clinic, or trying to keep up with his children, Mike can be found playing tennis at Oxford City tennis club, playing the trumpet or foraging for mushrooms in Bagley Woods. 

Marion Vey - osteopath

Marion is an osteopath at Oxford Osteopaths and a graduate from Oxford Brookes University. She discovered osteopathy as a gymnast, and was attracted to the profession for its holistic, effective, hands-on approach. She has always been passionate about helping people with their musculoskeletal problems and, as well as osteopathy, she proactively manages her patients’ progress with massage, exercise and stretching advice.

Marion has lived in different parts of the USA, France and Asia, exposing her to a variety of cultures and environments. She is also bilingual in French and English. In her spare time, Marion engages in a variety of activities including yoga and gymnastics which allows her to have a better understanding of the human body’s mechanics and movements.

Hannah Marsh - osteopath

Hannah graduated from the London School of Osteopathy with a Masters in Osteopathy and received the Institute of Osteopathy’s ‘Rising Star’ award in recognition of the commitment and dedication shown to the osteopathic profession.  Hannah also teaches Pilates alongside practicing osteopathy.


She came to osteopathy from a career as a professional dancer having received plenty of osteopathic treatment over that time. Hannah enjoys treating patients of all ages from all walks of life and is interested in being able to help people with their pain through a combination of hands-on treatment, advice and support.


In her free time, Hannah loves being outdoors and can be spotted hiking, camping, playing board games and making home-made toys for her baby girl.

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