The aims of Health Plus are to provide an up to date, high quality, primary care from an experienced and friendly multi-disciplinary team. 


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Bill Aston

BSc(Hons) Ost, BSc(Hons) Sports Science

Bill Aston graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2001 and since then has been in full time practice both in Australia and now in Jersey. With his personal interest in sport and his sports science background he has a particular interest in treating and rehabilitating sports injuries. He participates keenly in local sport, notably hockey.

Lucy Race

BSc(Hons) Ost, Dip Vet Ost

Lucy Race also graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2001. She has practised in Bristol and Australia before returning to her home of Jersey. Since qualifying, she has gained a breadth of experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions. She has a special interest in treating pregnant women and has completed postgraduate study in Cranial Osteopathy, which she employs to gently treat babies and children for conditions such as colic and glue ear.

Lucy also adapts her osteopathic principles and techniques to treat animals, particularly horses and dogs.

Jim Brownrigg

B Ost

Jim has recently returned to the island. He is a professional, friendly and approachable person who is a brilliant osteopathic technician and has a very good knowledge base. Jim qualified from the British School of Osteopathy where he spent time in the colleges Sports, expectant mothers, care of the elderly and general osteopathic clinics. Jim will spend time explaining what he finds to ensure you understand what is causing your problem.


Jim spent 10 years as a professional rugby player playing at the highest club level for both Cardiff and Bristol where he captained the side in the 01-02 seasons. He gained international experience as a member of the England Sevens Squad. From this background Jim has in-depth knowledge and experience in Sports Injuries, particularly in rugby players and is fully aware of the physical strains and mental pressures experienced in top level sport.

Lyndsey Apsinall

M.Ost, BSc (Hons)

Lyndsey’s exceptional anatomical knowledge from her honours degree in Forensic Anthropology, underpins her effective osteopathic practice.

Lyndsey qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2017, having completed a 4-year full-time Masters of Osteopathy. Alongside her studies she also completed an ITEC diploma in Sports Massage Therapy and gained competency in Western Medical Acupuncture through the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS)

Lyndsey came to Osteopathy having completed a degree in Forensic Anthropology (BSc Hons). This course provided in-depth anatomical training including two full terms of cadaveric dissection. She developed a passion for human form and function and felt compelled to go-on to apply her knowledge and develop skills to be able to help people out of pain and dysfunction and on, towards health. She tailors her treatment to suit each patient, using a combination of joint mobilisation, manipulation, muscle energy techniques and soft tissue release technique. She then provides a wealth of practical guidance and exercises to reinforce the treatment between sessions.

When she is not at the clinic, Lyndsey enjoys touch rugby, running and cycling as well as spending time with her friends and family.

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All the practitioners are fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOSC) and recognised by all major health insurance companies.


Osteopathy recognises the importance of the link between the structure of the human body and the way it functions. Osteopaths focus on the body's skeleton and joint function along with the underlying muscles, soft tissue and internal organs.


Osteopaths consider each person as an individual. Utilising a highly developed sense of touch, they identify problem areas of the body. Using gentle stretching and mobilising techniques as well as manipulating joints, an osteopath works with the body to create the optimal conditions to facilitate the healing process.


Treatment usually consists of a combination of soft-tissue releasing techniques and some specific manipulation to joints and soft-tissues (muscles, tendons and ligaments). Advice is also given on self-help treatments and exercises.


Osteopaths treat a variety of common conditions including back pain, head aches, changes to posture in pregnancy, babies with colic or sleeplessness, repetitive strain injury, postural problems caused by driving or work strain, the pain of arthritis and sports injuries.


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To book an appointment please phone 01534 869419.