John Cleat
As a third generation medical practitioner, caring for people is in John’s blood. Gourock-born and bred, both his father and grandfather were local GPs. John graduated from Dundee University in 1983 with a BSc.Hons. in Medical Microbiology. He subsequently became interested in osteopathy and joined the British School of Osteopathy, graduating in 1988 on completion of the four year course. He returned to Inverclyde to practice, spending a decade at Brougham Street in Greenock before moving to 13 Union Street in 1997. The General Osteopathic Council GOsC is the governing body for osteopathic practice and training in the UK. John is a member of the GOsC register and practices according to a strict code of practice as set out by the council. He has full public liability Insurance and professional indemnity insurance. John has an exemplary professional conduct and competence record.

Practice Support

  • Shena Cleat
    Shena has swapped her job as brand ambassador for gin & handbags to join iOsteopath as the clinic manager. Her previous background in technology & retail has given her plenty of experience for managing the practice. She’s a mum to 2 grown up children and a little Jack Russell called Lola. She loves power walking, travel, interior design, golf and of course her husband John, probably the best osteopath in the west of Scotland.
  • Ann Montgomery
    Reception and administrative duties are carried out by Ann. She brings a professional but friendly and caring attitude to her job and make patients feel welcome and well looked after.