Lucinda Salway has had to change the name of her practice because of her sleazy husband Nicholas
Mother-of-two Lucinda Salway, also an osteopath, said she had to change the name of her business to distance herself from sleazy spouse Nicholas.
He was barred from working after the profession’s watchdog heard of his flings with two patients and two other women.
A disciplinary tribunal heard the 51-year-old filmed himself having sex with a patient in his treatment room at the health centre he worked from.
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He kept photographs of another woman performing a sex act on him at a time when he was treating her, her husband and their children.
He sent naked pictures of himself to his conquests and asked women he was not treating to pose as his patients because it turned him on.
His wife, who helped to run the business, said after the hearing: “The whole experience has been a complete nightmare for myself and my children.
She said 'knew nothing about' her spouse's infidelities as a tribunal heard of his flings with patie
“It’s been very difficult. Once I found out about the allegations, I did the utmost to protect my clients and keep them informed.
The whole experience has been a complete nightmare for myself and my children
“I knew nothing of Nick’s activities at the time they were committed.
“I’ve had to dissociate myself from his name.”
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Mrs Salway, who used to share a £400,000 country cottage in Suffolk with her husband, added: “I am very much not with Nick Salway and can’t bear to be in the same vicinity.”
The husband filmed himself having sex with a patient in his treatment room at the practice
The General Osteopathic Council (GOC) heard last week that Salway’s sexual antics unfolded over three years at Hadleigh Health Centre, near Ipswich. Chris Gillespie, for the GOC, said that after a complaint, a colleague examined Salway’s mobile phone and found the sex video.
He then admitted having sex with the woman – identified only as Patient A – in his room. The colleague found the video camera nearby. Mr Gilespie said: “He had been frequenting dating websites. “
Among other comments, he described himself as being able to provide ‘inappropriate consultations’.”
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The hearing was told that he boasted about his liaison with a second patient, identified as B, and sent photographs to a friend of her performing a sex act on him. Mr Gillespie added that Patient B’s husband and children were Salway’s patients – and the osteopath treated the woman’s husband the day after they had sex.
Mr Salway was also in contact with two women, identified as D and E, telling the first he wanted “adult fun” with her at the clinic.
“He also stated in email correspondence with Ms E that one of his fantasies was for her to visit him in the guise of a patient,” said Mr Gillespie.
“There was further conversation about how noisy Ms E would be during sex.” The tribunal was told that he contacted the women using his British School of Osteopathy email account to prevent his wife from discovering his infidelity.
Mrs said the whole situation had been a nightmare for her and her children
Mr Gillespie said Salway falsified records to conceal his sleazy behaviour and lied about one of his relationships up until the first day of the hearing.
He also claimed that his affair with Patient B had begun as a result of his marriage being on the rocks. The panel ruled that he “ persistently sought and succeeded in blurring the lines between his private life and his professional life”.
Salway had been “arranging sexual liaisons” at his practice during normal working hours, when other patients and staff would normally be in the building.”
The GOC decided that he had crossed the “unacceptable professional conduct” threshold because he had clearly violated osteopathic practice standards.
The experienced practitioner had at first been given a nine-month suspension order but the GOC ruled that he could no longer practise because the claims he faced were so serious.
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