Meet Andrew & Jyoti Pallas
Andrew is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and the General Council and Register of Naturopaths.
He is a member of the Institute of Classical Osteopathy, the Institute of Osteopathy and the British Naturopathic Association.
He completed a six year training in osteopathy and naturopathy at the College of Osteopaths in London, qualifying in 1993.
This was followed by Training in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) with Andrew qualifying as a Practitioner in 1994, and a Master Practitioner in 1995.
Most recently he was awarded a Diploma in Classical Osteopathy in May 2017, having successfully completed a three year post-graduate course with the Institute of Classical Osteopathy.
He is author of the book “Beating Sports Injuries” published by Mitchell Beazley and has written numerous magazine articles plus regular newspaper columns.
Andrew is committed to the ongoing expansion of his knowledge and skills, undertaking regular post-graduate development.
He has delivered post-graduate training for Osteopaths, Doctors and other health professionals, and has taught the osteopathy module on a Complementary Therapy degree.
Andrew’s wife and the friendly voice at the end of the telephone line.
Jyoti will call you to arrange or alter any appointments.
She will ask triage questions as well as taking down basic contact and personal details such as your occupation and date of birth.
Jyoti has been the receptionist for their osteopathy business for as long as Andrew has been in practice.
With 3 decades of experience, she’s happy to answer any questions you might have about your appointment…
The Pallas family moved to Oban in 2003 and wouldn’t consider living anywhere else.
In addition to his fascination with his work, Andrew likes to think of himself as a woodworker, loves hill walking, and has played the drums for more than thirty years. The last two interests are additional reasons for living in such a beautiful and remote area as Argyll and Bute!