About Us

A professional yet personal approach to working with our patients.

The Sussex Osteopaths has been helping people feel and move better since 2014. We provide high-quality, exceptional care for our patients from our three clinic locations, in Uckfield and Buxted. Our Uckfield clinics are located on Uckfield High Street and within Freedom Leisure Centre. They are easily accessible from Uckfield and surrounding areas, Crowborough, Maresfield, Newick, Buxted and Nutley, although we have patients from all over East Sussex.

Our Buxted Clinic is run from our Garden office. Don’t let the fact that we built it ourselves put you off! It’s beautiful! Nestled in the heart of Buxted’s countryside, it’s the perfect peaceful spot to enjoy your osteopathic appointment! Both clinics have onsite parking. Our Uckfield clinic has disabled access.

Our Experience

Meet the team

Callum and Sophie are a husband and wife team who combine their knowledge and skillset with their passion for helping people. They both graduated with Masters degrees from The British School of Osteopathy (now known as the University College of Osteopathy) in London.

When they’re not treating patients you’ll find them hiking with their dog, enjoying a pub lunch or climbing a mountain. They both love skiing and travelling, but their favourite place to be is outdoors in the great British countryside.

They are both highly qualified osteopaths insured by and members of the Institute of Osteopathy and registered with The General Osteopathic Council. All osteopaths are required by law to be registered with the General Osteopathic Council.



We have helped over 2500 patients from our Uckfield practice over the years.



Masters Degree of Osteopathy – Quality care from quality practitioners



Registered with and regulated by the General Osteopathic Council



Specialist advice and exceptional patient care from members of the institute of Osteopathy

Callum Gaterell

Registered Osteopath: 8700

Callum combines a structural and a functional approach to his treatments. His broad approach allows him to successfully treat patients of all ages, from infancy to pensionable age.

As an enthusiastic sportsman, Callum has first-hand experience with sports injuries and rehabilitation and can understand the frustration that an injury can cause. He has many years of experience treating athletes at the pitch side and uses an array of techniques alongside osteopathy, such as therapeutic taping, laser therapy and sports massage. These, combined with a keen eye for identifying compensatory mechanisms preventing an injury from healing, mean that Callum’s treatment aids recovery from injury and helps prevent future problems.
“I don’t believe in generic treatment plans or isolation of specific muscles, joints and ligaments. We are all different shapes, ages and sizes, with different demands placed on our bodies from varying jobs, sports and past times. I tailor each treatment to my patient’s specific needs.”
Callum Loves: Keeping fit, podcasts, meddling in the kitchen and any event with good food, music and good company.


Clio Turton

Registered Osteopath: 9619 

Clio uses structural, cranial and visceral approaches that she adapts for each individual to help their body back into balance. 

She is skilled at helping people move and feel better and treats a wide variety of patients from movement and sports enthusiasts and desk workers to tradespeople, gardeners and women around pregnancy and menopause. She is experienced in treating a variety of women’s health, pelvic heath and pre- and post-natal conditions. 

Post-graduate training includes cranial osteopathy, women’s health osteopathy with the Molinari Institute and Holistic Pelvic Care with Tami Lynn Kent. She is a Low Pressure Fitness level 3 instructor, which uses hypopressive breathing, posture and movement to improve pelvic floor dysfunction, diastasis recti and lung capacity.   

 “Movement is medicine and I like to offer my patient’s exercise and movement advice to support their treatment. Osteopathy is great for acute injuries but is also fantastic for injury prevention and rehabilitation and supporting people on their journey to good health.” 
Clio Loves:
Swimming, dancing, trying to grow fruit and veg, baking and playing with her two young children. 

Sophie Gaterell

Registered Osteopath: 8770

Sophie uses structural and functional approaches and is skilled at manipulation, articulation and soft tissue massage. She also likes to incorporate other modalities into her treatment, such as laser and shockwave therapy. Sophie loves the variety that her job provides. She enjoys treating patients from all walks of life, including those of the four-legged variety, as she has also undergone postgraduate studies in canine osteopathy. 
Sophie prides herself on her patient rapport. Her aim as an Osteopath and primary healthcare practitioner is to make a positive difference in the lives of as many patients as possible. She seeks autonomy for her patients. Making sure that they feel in control of their health.
“I am passionate about the care of my patients. The aim of my treatment is to restore the body to its optimal function. I want my patients to walk away healthier, not just pain-free.”
Sophie Loves: Horse riding, photography, Harry Potter and gundog training and competition with their Labrador Enzo. 

Silas Tye

Registered Osteopath: 11792

Silas uses a broad approach of structural and functional treatments, tailored to the needs of his patients. Where appropriate, he believes in incorporating movements and unique exercises to help patients build resilience and to continue managing and improving their symptoms at home, as well as in the clinic.

Before qualifying as an Osteopath, Silas started his career in the fitness industry as a personal trainer with a specialist interest in rehabilitation and recovery from injuries/ illness. Silas has developed skills and knowledge to help people move better and work through painful injuries that may be limiting their lifestyle. A firm believer of moving more and moving better, Silas aims to get everyone to become their best self.

“I value movement above most things and believe that if everyone moved more and moved better, then we can all achieve a much healthier and resilient body. With the demands and changes to our lifestyle, it is important that we keep our bodies moving and functioning optimally”

Silas Loves: training in the gym and Crossfit, Warhammer, Dungeons and Dragons, films, video games and his dog Amber.