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Mark Mathews BSc (Hons), DO

Mark Mathews graduated in Ecology from Edinburgh University in 1969 and was subsequently responsible for managing the set-up of the National Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales. Mark Mathews qualified as an Osteopath in 1979 and then completed his first course in Applied Kinesiology in 1984.  Mark continues to study with the world’s most knowledgeable teachers and has himself published widely on the subject.  He has also trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming over many years and graduated from the Robbins Research International Mastery University. In 1988, Mark Mathews established The Rêve Pavilion Natural Health Clinic, providing an integrated and multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of all kinds of health problems. Being dyslexic himself, Mark has always had a special interest in helping children with learning difficulties. In 1995, he set up the Sunflower Trust.

References to Published Articles written by or mentioned Mark O Mathews, about his work as an Osteopath (no longer an osteopath) and Holistic Natural Health Practitioner.

Year of Publication

Title

Name of Journal/Magazine/Newspaper

1997

A Combined Approach to Treatment of Learning Difficulties

Early Child Development and Care 1997, Vol 137, pp 111-122

1997

How Jamie Blossomed – Report by Sarah Stacey

You Magazine, The Mail on Sunday,

7 December 1997

1998

Natural Medicine – How is it Different?

ICAK Collected Papers 1998

2000

The Sunflower Method – Helping Children with learning difficulties

The International Journal of Applied Kinesiology & Kinesiological Medicine

Issue 7, Fall 2000

2000

Signs of Hope for Dyslexia – Justine Hancock

The Times, Times 2 Family Health,

3 October 2000

 

Membership Profiles

CommunAKate

The home of Applied Kinesiology

2006

Pay Attention, Sunshine – Emma Mahony

The Times, Body & Soul,

Saturday, 18 November 2006

2009

Rebuttal paper to ‘Sunflower Therapy for children with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia): A randomised, controlled trial’

Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice 15 (2009), pp. 44-46

2010

Investing in our Children’s Health & Development

Omega Matters

Spring 2010

2010

SAD sufferers can fight winter blues

Surrey Advertiser

29th October 2010

2012

Dear Editor …

Osteopathy Today

May 2012

Volume 18.4

2012

Some thoughts… on the place and future of osteopathy, the issue of registration and my impression of the revalidation pilot in which I have been involved

Osteopathy Today

September 2012

Volume 18.7

2013

If the osteopathic profession wants to make a major contribution to the nation’s health, it is probably barking up the wrong tree

Osteopathy Today

November 2013

Volume 19.09

2013

Are Osteopaths Missing an Open Goal? – Mark Mathews, Do Micak & Anthony L Rosner

Osteopathy Today

October 2013

Volume 19.08

2013/2014

Osteopathy and Influenza – A review of Walter McKone’s Lecture at the BOA Conference on 9th November 2013

Osteopathy Today

December 2013/January 2014

2013/14

Dear Editor…

Osteopathy Today

December 2013/January 2014

2014

Osteopathy: past, present and future

01/01/14

2014

Presentation 4Networking Gloaming

4Networking Godalming

20th January 2014

2015

Life Energy – What on earth is that?

25th April 2015

2015

Living with ADHD – Sarah Stacey

You Magazine

Health

9th August 2015

2015

An Interactive approach to helping young people achieve their potential

Osteopathy Today

September/October 2015

2016

Could more be done to help the NHS, which is failing to stem the tide of chronic illness?

Network Review

2016/3

2017

Before Movement…There is Alignment!

Movement, Brain, Body & Cognition

International Conference

Oxford 2017

 2017

A Process Approach in Osteopathy: Time for a Paradigm Change

Osteopathy Today, September/October2017, pp. 34-38