We bring you the best personalised care with a variety of experience and techniques.

All practitioners at our clinic have extensive experience in their fields and are continually undergoing professional development.

Caspar Hull

Caspar qualified in 1990 from the British School of Osteopathy and practised initially in London. In the past, Caspar has worked in the sporting fields of US football, Equestrienne, Wiltshire School of Gymnasts and also Salisbury City Football Club and now focuses his osteopathic skills on all round care for his patients in Melksham, using cranial and structural osteopathic techniques. Caspar is a Fellow at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy.

Melanie Todd


Melanie is a registered osteopath and holds a first-class honours degree in osteopathy. A member of the General Osteopathic Council, she is a director of the Carl Todd Clinic and practises from Corsham and Melksham. Melanie is also a fully qualified sports therapist and Pilates instructor, and manages the Pilates and rehabilitation programmes that run at both the Corsham and Swindon clinics.




Dean Barrett

Bsc(hons) Osteopathy

Dean holds an honours degree in osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy. He is also qualified in sports massage therapy and personal training and has lectured in sport and exercise science and personal training.

Dean works at Corsham, Swindon and Melksham clinics. As a keen cyclist, he has a particular interest in biomechanical assessments of cyclists and runners in order to help them reach their peak performance.




Steve McMullen

M.Ost. (Hons)

Steve was so impressed at the positive results of osteopathic treatment for his own sports and work related injuries that he decided to leave his job as a firefighter in NZ, and train to become an osteopath. He graduated from the European School of Osteopathy with 1st class honours, and has been working with patients since 2015. His personal experiences of pain and injuries allow particular empathy with that of his patients.

Steve’s treatments aim to relieve not only immediate pain, but also to identify and address the root cause of the problem. He works closely with his patients to explain their situation to them, offers them hands on treatment in the clinic, and supports this by providing personally tailored home exercises as needed.

His treatment approach favours a range of gentle, ‘indirect’, soft tissue techniques, as well as stronger, ‘direct’, articulations and manipulations, enhanced by dry-needling (a form of western acupuncture), but he is always guided by the preferences of his patients. To complement his osteopathy, he has further qualifications in sports massage, dry needling, sports taping and kinesiology taping.

Away from osteopathy, Steve enjoys keeping fit in a multitude of ways, he takes part in trail running, squash and rock climbing, while old injuries have forced him into taking more of a sofa-based interest in rugby and martial arts. As a new challenge, he has just started CrossFit, and is enjoying pushing himself in new and unusual ways! He prefers to be out in the countryside riding motorcycles or cycling and is an avid traveller.