Patrick Cane

Osteopath - BSc Ost

Wanting to find out more about the body and how to fix or improve it has led Patrick to become qualified as a personal trainer, a sports therapist and one of the leading Osteopaths in Oxford. His curiosity and fascination with the body has only grown stronger the more he works with helping others out of pain.

CORE Oxford is proud to have a strong association with many sports teams and clubs in Oxford, including Oxford University Judo and the Oxford University Powerlifting Club.

Imogen Myatt

Soft Tissue Therapist - BSc OSSM(Dip) MSMA

With a passion for physical fitness and rehabilitation, Imogen aims to help individuals recover and avoid injuries with the use of soft tissue techniques, joint mobilisation and rehabilitation exercises. Her treatments enable relief from soft tissue discomfort that arise from sporting injuries, but also everyday stresses, over-use issues and chronic pain conditions. She has been training as an Osteopath in Oxford for the last 5 years. 

A degree in Equine Business Management peaked her interest in the performance and rehab of the horse and rider partnership. Choosing to specialise in human performance and rehab lead her to qualify as a Soft Tissue Therapist, gaining a Level 5 Soft Tissue Therapy qualification. When not in the clinic, Imogen trains for Obstacle Course Races, and has completed multiple Wolf Runs and Spartan races. Her training incorporates functional movement and resistance training, that also enables her to stay on top of her game in Brazillian Jiu-jitsu. 

Hannah Parr 

Osteopath - BOst

Hannah graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a Bachelor in Osteopathy in 2016. During this time learning how to be an Osteopath in Oxford, she discovered the importance of treating the body as a whole and the power of touch, allowing her to have a more holistic approach. Her fascination with the body is what has led her to diversify her techniques, which now include water rehabilitation and medical acupuncture.  

As well as osteopathy in Oxford, she is the director of Oxford Community Aqua Wellbeing - a water based rehabilitation programme which provides specific and personalised programmes for the community in public pools around Oxford. She also provides 1-to-1 hydrotherapy.

Hannah is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). Registration number 9186.

Duray Pretorius

Sports scientist - BSc

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Duray is a graduate from Oxford Brookes University with a Bachelor's degree in Sports science in 2021. During this time, he has trained as a qualified Sports Massage Therapist and specialised in lower back injury rehabilitation and change behaviour as such has an advanced understanding of how to motivate patients to adhere to their rehabilitation.


Duray is registered with the Oxford Osteopath Network. His desire to help others has led him to start a number of businesses including Viaduct Generation where he helps amplify social impact business online. 

Duray while learning how to become a brilliant injury rehabilitation specialist helps Core Oxford as a digital marketing consultant.