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Cai Elias-Schofield is moving on from the Althos Clinic where he has been the osteopath for the last 4 years. We are sad to see him go, as are his patients, who have been letting us know how much they will miss him. He has been an exceptional osteopath and built up a huge following of happy patients here, but he is now moving on to new opportunities in Liverpool and we all wish him and Lana well for the future.

Introducing our new osteopath Bradley Blair Bsc.(Hons)

Bradley graduated from the College of Osteopaths in 2007 and after working as a teaching assistant at the college helping students with Osteopathic techniques and anatomy, he also worked in private practice in London.  Bradley then moved up to Scotland 5 years ago to work as an osteopath at Gleneagles Hotel treating sports injuries and most recently he has practised privately in Glasgow. Bradley is passionate about osteopathy and its structured approach to many painful musculoskeletal conditions which can help improve overall quality of life. Bradley’s approach is to restore proper function by reducing postural strains or imbalances with gentle hands on treatment by using a variety of different techniques, gentle stretching, soft tissue massage, joint articulation, acupuncture, kinesio taping and spinal manipulation. He also uses Cranial Osteopathy which treats the whole body to regain health. It is a non-invasive, safe, gentle and extremely effective treatment working on many levels which influence various structures within the body.

Bradley has also worked in the fitness industry as a personal trainer and finds that being an osteopath has made his personal training very specific to clients with injuries and his knowledge allows him to prescribe safe and effective exercises.

In his free time Bradley enjoys walking in the Scottish Highlands. He is also a fitness fanatic and goes to the gym 5 times a week! He is looking forward to joining us here at The Althos Clinic. Appointments can be booked by phoning 01738 622864 or email