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Moisés Ferrández Gea
Moisés Ferrández GeaPrincipal Osteopath & CEO
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Moisés Ferrández Gea

Principal Osteopath & Owner

Moises graduated in 2012 from Oxford Brookes University, with a Bachelor Honours degree in Osteopathy. He then spent 5 years working in New Zealand as an associate osteopath at a multidisciplinary clinic in which he treated a great variety of patients and conditions. He returned back to Spain in 2017 and continued expanding his knowledge and experience at a private clinic.

He is very passionate about his profession and enjoys working with adults and children of all ages. He uses a diverse range of osteopathic techniques including soft tissue massage, mobilisations, manipulations, stretching, visceral, fascial and cranial techniques, amongst others, to ensure the best possible outcome. He has done and continues doing extensive post-graduate training to further his skills, such as courses in paediatric osteopathy, obstetrics osteopathy, cranial osteopathy, visceral osteopathy and sports injuries.

Moises has great experience in managing the body as it gets older. He believes keeping mobile is the key to health and independence. He offers treatment and advice to help improve mobility, circulation and balance, reducing joint stiffness and pain, helping you lead a more fulfilling life. He has had great success in treating chronic pain and is very passionate about finding the real cause of the pain and treating the source to reduce the chance that it may occur again.

Being an extremely active individual from an early age, Moises has a love for the outdoors and all sport. He has special interests in treating, managing and rehabilitating sports athletes, having worked with Canterbury United Football Team, triathletes, tennis players, rugby players amongst many others.

Other osteopathic interests he has are treating babies, children and pregnant women. He is enthusiastic about seeing children bounce back from traumatic birth, colic, playground injuries or childhood illnesses so that they can continue to grow and develop into healthy young adults. Similarly, he believes that osteopathic care for pregnant women can help provide welcome relief as the mother’s body and posture continually compensates and responds to the baby’s growth. With gentle hands on treatment, he will aim to maximise the body’s ability to change and support itself, minimising the pain and discomfort that so often comes with pregnancy.

In his time working in New Zealand and Spain he managed to build an extensive trusting clientele, thanks to his undeniable commitment in returning his patients to optimal function and health to maintain and enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle.

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Wenceslao Martínez Escribano

Physiotherapy and structural osteopathy

Wences graduated from the CEU Cardenal Herrera University in Elche in 2017, with a degree in physiotherapy. Since then, he has worked in several clinics where he has treated a wide range of patients and pathologies, besides being the physiotherapist for the local football team in his city.

He loves his profession and the human body, and says of it: "I love my work, our body is so complex that it never fails to surprise you with its ability to adapt to the needs of each individual person”. Wences combines physiotherapy and osteopathy techniques to treat people, and this includes soft tissue massage, facial techniques, physiotherapy movements, joint manipulation, stretching and invasive techniques such as dry needling and neuromodulation.

Wences has continued training in order to provide a better, quality service, doing several dry needling courses, neuromodulation and a masters in osteopathy in the EOM (School of Osteopathy in Madrid). He graduated in structural osteopathy and would like to continue training to obtain the qualification of Osteopath O.C, the maximum qualification that an osteopath can get in Spain, which includes training in structural, visceral, cranial and pediatric osteopathy.

He is hugely into sport and has trained in many, including tennis, triathlons, weight lifting and surf and as a result, is extremely connected to his body. Working with a football team, he has gained wide experience as a sports therapist and he uses this knowledge with his ‘sportier’ patients. Thanks to his experience, he knows how important multidisciplinary work is, as is getting on well with other teammates.

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Ángela Díaz

Massage Therapist

From 2009 to 2011, Angela achieved her diplomas in Chiromassage, Superior Chiromassage, Sports Massage and Auriculotherapy, at the Medical and Naturopathic Center in Albacete. In 2018 she began her studies in Structural Osteopathy and Visceral Osteopathy at CIM School, and to this day she continues to study Cranio-Sacral Osteopathy. She has also completed seminars and courses on muscle chains, reflexology and lymphatic drainage.

In her sessions, Angela incorporates the “Osteozenia philosophy” by treating the body in a comprehensive and holistic way, using diagnostic tools to find the origin of the dysfunction in order to correct it from its root. Her aim is to help people obtain a better quality of life. To do that Angela uses both massage and osteopathic techniques, which allow her to diagnose and treat injuries effectively and safely.

Regarding her professional experience, Ángela has worked as a Massage Therapist in hotels, multidisciplinary clinics, and massage centers. She has also worked for 9 years in several football teams, including 3rd Division and National Youth teams

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Maider Sabatell Herrero

Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Specialist

Maider has been working as a manual therapistt since 2007 when she qualified as a chiropractor, going on to later become certified in foot reflexology in 2010.

In 2016, having built up experience in different sectors, such as gyms, 5-star campsites and private clinics, Maider decided to take on a 5-year-long course of higher education studies in traditional Chinese medicine.

Maider studied several health topics such as psychology, phytotherapy, etiology, feng shui, Qi Gong and high-energy nutrition, as well as reaching a diagnosis based on a medical chart, observing pulses to see how a person is feeling at that moment and also make a diagnosis based on the tongue (as the whole body is reflected in the tongue).

In her second year he studied traumatology, taking in all types of pathologic ailments, like sprains, arthrosis of the knee, vertebral realignment and torticollis, among many others.

The third and fourth years were more geared towards studying what are called ‘syndromes’ – that is pathologies which are normally chronic, such as anxiety, difficulty sleeping or urine incontinence.

In the fifth and final year, Maider began to develop her own treatments by means of energetic anatomy and she also trained in biomagnetism based on kinesiology. Biomagnetism tries to regulate the PH of the organism in order to maintain the body balanced.

Maider sees the body as a whole, where everything is connected - an emotion becomes a physical pain and vice versa. She is very passionate about her work and loves new challenges.

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Cristina Méndez

Functional movement facilitator therapist

Certified yoga teacher, Personal Trainer and Functional movement facilitator therapist In 2010, Cristina began her specialized training in the fitness sector with certification as a Fitness Instructor and personal trainer (Certified by the Spanish Royal academy of Gymnastics) (European Health & Fitness Association).

Later on, she saw that something was missing when it came to helping her clients and so decided to train as a yoga teacher (Training module /training unit of the professional certification AFDA 0311, Professional training for employment, Royal decree 1076/2012). • Chiropractor and Shiatsu masseuse (School of massage, Leganés)

Having worked for different types of companies in the fitness sector, Cristina realized that she wanted to set up her own business. In doing this, she has been helping people to become more aware of their posture in order to improve their quality of life, by means of conscious movement.

Her specialty lies in postural re-education and improvement in articular quality. This way of working improves the quality of people’s movement in their everyday lives, be it in the workplace or in the exercise they carry out, and therefore avoid injury. Some of her tools include: advanced knowledge of biomechanics, muscular activation, functional training, Pilates and yoga.

What really sets Cristina apart, however, is how she works in her sessions, combining a mixture of yoga, Pilates and such powerful tools like mindfulness, emotional intelligence and bio-deprogramming. The client is made aware of their dysfunctional movement patterns and independently self-manages the necessary corrections which will help them to reduce the pressure and stress on the body.

In the clinic, we also offer a training service with courses and workshops where we give valuable knowledge in order to continue improving within the improvement treatment processes.

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David Baeza

Nutritionist & Dietician

David is highly passionate about helping people to create healthy and effective eating habits. His main objective is to provide an exclusive and individualised service for each of his patients, that will help them to make substantial changes to improve their health and wellbeing. In each session, David’s main priority is to understand the patient's needs, objectives, limitations and worries, and to then create an effective health program based on the individual patient's needs.

David studied Human Nutrition and Dietetics at Alicante University. He was self-employed during his early professional years, in which he travelled to England to improve his English, and continued with his work in nutrition helping people primarily through online platforms. He then returned to Spain and worked in a health shop in Alicante, where he greatly improved his knowledge of veganism and herbal treatments. Now, he has joined our team at Osteozenia Clinic as the head of the Nutrition and Dietetics Department, as he continues with his professional training in Paediatric Nutrition and Fertility.

Throughout his whole life David has practiced a number of sports, but the one he´s loved the most, and consequently has developed the most in, has been gym training, a passion which led him to specialise in sports nutrition. In his sessions, David insists on the importance of combining healthy eating habits with an active lifestyle, in order to achieve optimum health. A successful program will mean working on creating exciting but easy meal plans with specific workout routines for each patient. With David you will learn what nutrients your body needs the most and you will enjoy tasty meals that will improve your health and improve your lifestyle.

At the same time, you will be on the way to achieving a goal that is specific to you as an individual, whether it be losing weight, gaining muscle mass or just improving your general health. He can also help you with any intolerances, allergies, specific dieting, such as veganism, digestive pathologies, nutrition for the whole family, paediatric programs, and much more. He promotes buying from local businesses and he´s a great fan of the Mediterranean diet.

At Osteozenia Clinic, you will enjoy learning about nutrition, all while acquiring useful and relevant knowledge that will enable you to lead a healthier and happier lifestyle. If you’ve reached this far and still have any questions for us, please do not hesitate in contacting us for further information. We would be more than happy to help you with anything you might need.