Sean O’Sullivan
BSc(Hons) DO (OST)

I studied at the European School of Osteopathy (E.S.O) for four years qualifying as an Osteopath in 2007. Once qualified, I spent a further four years practising in England. During this time, I returned to the E.S.O as an Assistant Lecturer and joined the E.S.O’s Board of Examiners.

In 2010, I moved to Hong Kong where I worked in two multi-disciplinary medical practices (Sutherland Chan Centre and OT&P). While in Hong Kong, I undertook a 2 year Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine in Acupuncture. I returned to practice in Ireland in 2016.

Leticia Maza
Msc BSc(Hons) DO (OST)

In 2007, I completed my 4 year University degree at the European School of Osteopathy (E.S.O). In 2008, I enrolled in the renowned Osteopathic Care for Children (O.C.C) in London and undertook a 2 year Masters in Paediatrics and Obstetrics Osteopathy. This programme specialises in the care of children – from new borns to teenagers – and involved extensive clinical practice alongside allopathic doctors in a number of London hospitals. While studying for my Masters, I worked as an Osteopath in the Oakwood Physiotherapy Clinic in Oakwood, London.

In 2010, I travelled to Hong Kong where I worked in the city’s largest expatriate medical clinic, OT&P. During my time there, I undertook 2 further years of study and obtained a Diploma in Chinese Traditional Medicine in Acupuncture from the University of Hong Kong. I arrived in Ireland in 2016 and look forward to welcoming you to the clinic.