Kerri Holden, Clinic Tutor and Lecturer

Kerri graduated from the UCO with distinction in 2017 and was awarded the Nadoo Prize for Best Osteopathic Practical Skills.

During her studies, she had the fantastic opportunity to participate in an exchange to Victoria University in Australia. She also enjoyed helping her colleagues in study groups, and as a result started teaching at the UCO after graduating, while working as an associate osteopath in the Cotswolds where she lives.

In 2018, she opened her own practice, Arbour Clinic, focussing on women's health, children and performing arts medicine. She also clinic tutors and enjoys helping students develop their knowledge into clinical practice. Kerri is passionate about helping people achieve their potential by enhancing well-being and collaboration.

As an avid learner, Kerri working towards a postgraduate certificate in paediatrics in the UCO Children's clinic. Graduate training in medical education and pain neuroscience are on her wish list too. Kerri has research interests in developing integrative family healthcare and the management of persistent pain.

In her free time, Kerri is part of a contemporary choir and is always dancing, from ballet to salsa to hip hop.