Falcone Tseng M. Ost, (UK)
Falcone completed a four-year full time undergraduate and Masters’ Program in Osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy in the UK.
He is a registered:
– Osteopath (UK) with the General Osteopathic Council
– Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (Can.) with OsteopathyBC
Prior to osteopathy, Falcone completed training in Esalen® massage in Montreal.
Falcone is actively pursing a special interest in osteopathic approaches for the treatment of functional deficiencies and management of symptoms associated with musculoskeletal pain. These include but are not limited to: headaches, neck and shoulder, low back and hip pain, overuse, acute, chronic, work-, sports-, and age-related injuries.
In pursuit of greater understanding in management of musculoskeletal injuries, physical development, and growth through the age spectrum, Falcone is currently completing courses in respect to Exercise Prescription, Football Medicine, and headaches.
Falcone is an avid clinical researcher and is dedicated to exploring how osteopathy may further contribute to the community. In pursuit of this, he is a community member of the Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group (VIPIRG).
Having followed osteopaths and physiotherapists practicing in Hong Kong, the States, England, Italy, and Switzerland in both clinical and hospital settings, has exposed Falcone to various manual therapeutic approaches and exercise therapy. This has motivated him in pursuit towards amalgamating the diversity of therapeutic approaches, to provide safe and effective treatments for all patients.
He comes from a background where all his family members are healthcare professionals. In his spare time, Falcone enjoys exploring the mysteries of the island through hiking, cycling, running, and paddling.
Debra Bakowska DO(UK), MSc
Debra completed a four-year full time course with the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in 1990. During her final year Debra won Honors for clinical competence and diagnosis.
In 2008 Debra returned to University to complete a two-year Master of Science Program in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation from The University of Kent. While there Debra pursued her interest in the treatment of people affected by osteoarthritis, using manual approach combined with exercise therapy. In particular Debra focused on the treatment of Hip Joint Osteoarthritis.
Debra is a registered member of the British General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), www.osteopathy.org.uk.
For over 18 years (until 2008) Debra was the Owner and Practice Principal at the Wye and Ashford Osteopathic and Sport Injury Clinic located in Ashford, Kent, England.