About Us

Elaine Everitt (Bennett) BSc (Hons) DO LicAC MGOsC MOCNZ MNZRA MBMAS MCPP

Osteopath, Acupuncturist and Medical Herbalist

Elaine graduated from The British School of Osteopathy, London in 1987 and from The British College of Acupuncture, London in 1992. Elaine ran her own clinics in London and Hertfordshire for over 15 years before moving to NZ with her family in 2003. Elaine returned to the UK in 2015. Her professionalism and dedication to patients comes with a wealth of clinical experience, together with ongoing training and continuing enthusiasm for Osteopathy, Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. 
Elaine enjoys treating a wide variety of patients from newborn babies to the elderly. She often encourages a combination of Osteopathy and Acupuncture for those hard to treat problems; usually getting successful outcomes when patients were resigned to a life full of pain and discomfort. She is acutely aware that diet and exercise play a fundamental part in good health and recovery from disease and she advocates these principles with every patient. 

To complement her clinical work, Elaine has attained a first class honours degree in Herbal Medicine at the University of Westminster.

Luke Millen M.Ost


Luke Millen Osteopath

Specialises In

  • Structural Osteopathy
  • Deep Tissue / Sports Massage

Luke qualified with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy in Borough, London. He also holds a Level 3 ITEC sports massage diploma.

“I believe Osteopathy is a treatment like no other, it changed my life and inspired me to do the same for others. As Osteopaths, our principles teach us that an individual’s body structure governs its function, and that the human body is a whole unit and not individual parts.

Our aim is to work with patients through hands on techniques, as well as exercise and lifestyle advice in order to encourage the body to reach a state of structural health, and in turn allow the restoration of its function”

Luke endeavors to make sure his care extends outside of the treatment room, whether that is advice on important lifestyle adjustments that could benefit his patient’s health or specific exercises to ensure that his treatment is well compliment during the time between appointments