Health is our ability to adapt to external environment and life challenges.
Arbury Osteopathic Clinic
Osteopathy for adults and children. Dynamic neuromuscular rehabilitation. Education: courses in child motor development and baby handling skills.
About me
Helen Terentjev
Practicing Osteopath, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation Practitioner.
I provide treatment and consultations for adults, children, and babies in the clinic, offer home visits for babies, and do video analysis of the motor-development of the child.

I consider my work a great joy and a privilege to help the tiniest of patients and their families. There is a certain point in most practitioner-patient interaction, where the person you are working with ‘gets it.’ These moments provide the kind of positive reinforcement that keeps me coming back.
Osteopathy is a holistic system of manual medicine. Osteopathy captivates me with its logic and efficiency. It is based on a traditional medical examination, aided by fine palpation of tissues and organs.
Postural Development: Hip joint
Osteopathic consultation is appropriate for people with a broad range of musculoskeletal disorders, from low-back or neck pain, to sports injuries, to paediatric concerns, to developmental problems.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)
Every mobility issue, tight muscle, or stuck joint are all underpinned by a stability issue. DNS is a functional rehabilitation method that aims to activate the body’s natural inbuilt stabilization systems. It is the method of physical assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the whole body, including that of breathing, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, and the nervous system of the body.
Also we support the public You Tube channel “Smart4Growing”, and the Telegram channel “Smart Growing UK” for the continuing professional development (CPD) for the osteopaths and healthcare practitioners interested in motor development and its effects on life of our children.
I offer consultations and individual training 'Informed Handling Skills for your Baby', where parents can learn the best skills to support optimal motor development. The 'book' link brings you to the draft pages of a book on "How To". I invite you to participate by commenting and asking questions.
New Patient Information
Please read this information if you are a new patient, or a current patient where 12 months or more has lapsed since your last treatment.
18 Hurrell Road, Cambridge CB4 3RH