Lisa qualified in 2004 from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in London. She then returned to do a specialist year which included spinal pathology, paediatrics, nutrition and cranial osteopathy.
For those of you who do not like the more traditional structural approach i.e “the crack” then cranial osteopathy, or neurofascial release is a much gentler approach. This makes it ideal for everyone from babies to the elderly.
In addition, Lisa has completed a postgraduate course in paediatric cranial osteopathy and a dry needling course (a form of acupuncture) with BMAS, so where appropriate, will incorporate these techniques in to her treatment plan. One issue she particularly specialises in is TMJ (jaw issues). Her clinic runs from Monday – Thursday.
For more information, visit www.mulberryosteopath.co.uk