Registered Osteopath; BA Hons; DO (Diploma in Osteopathy); Member of the Sutherland Cranial College.
Lynn Haller practises osteopathy and cranial osteopathy with families, particularly during transitions such as pregnancy and birth. His approach is enriched by his background in psychology, and he is well known for his work with newborn and young babies. He is also highly skilled in treating problems relating to organ dysfunction, and a respected teacher of cranial osteopathy.
Telephone: +44 (0) 208 458 7869
‘What is important is to identify the health in an individual and understand how health, in all of its inherent intelligence, is already attempting to resolve any given problem. One can find a way of assisting Nature’s power to overcome the problem being faced.’
DO (diploma in osteopathy); Registered Osteopath.
Affiliations; The General Osteopathic Council, Institute of Osteopathy, Osteopathic Alliance (Chair) Sutherland Cranial College and Association of Animal Osteopaths (AAO).
Qualified since1978, Nadine is a structural and cranial Osteopath helping to relieve, and advise in the management of, a vast range of musculoskeletal and associated problems in adults and children.
Her special interest is women’s healthcare (including pregnancy, postnatal and menopause related conditions)
She lives and works in central London and has 2 group practices in Surrey
Tel 0207 485 3579
‘I believe in an integrated approach to healthcare and lifestyle for the whole family, including pets!’
BA; DO; ND Registered Osteopath and Naturopath.
I have been a registerd Osteopath for over 25 years and still have a great passion for treating adults, children and babies. I combine the more physicial (Structural) techniques with Cranial Osteopathy as I find this accomplishes the best results.
I feel very privileged to be able to treat pregnant mothers and newborns and feel it should be the birthright of all babies to have treatment. It has a profound influence on bonding, recovery from the birth and many other issues that arise from breast feeding (latching, positioning) and other developmental and mechanical issues arising from the forces of labour and birth.
36 Fitzroy road, Primrose Hill, London NW1 8TY
07981155095 / 0207 419 2673
‘By addressing the body and listening to a patient’s feelings an osteopath enables the body’s self-healing mechanisms to become a potent force for change, and rebalances the structure and function of the individual.’