Suzanne Cooper, Osteopath
Suzanne Cooper, Osteopath BSc Hons (Osteopathy) BA (Hons) MA
Suzanne qualified as an osteopath in 2008 after a 5-year Bachelor of Science degree from the London School of Osteopathy, which is one of the oldest osteopathic training colleges in the country. She is also trained in strapping (e.g. sports injuries), dry needling (medical acupuncture), paediatrics and cranial osteopathy.
As a busy working mum she understands the joys of motherhood but also the stresses and strains it can place on us.
Since qualifying, Suzanne has regularly attended postgraduate training including:
April 2016 Anatomical basis of common female pelvic pain syndromes
April 2015 Applied Paediatric Technique
December 2014 Treating Shock, Trauma and Birth interventions in new born babies
September 2014 Osteopathy in the cRanial Field, Sutherland Cranial College
June 2014 Cervical Spine Disease, Myelopathy and Neck Pain
April 2013 Pregnancy: dealing with the changes
April 2013 Paediatrics
March 2013 Headaches and Migraine management
July 2012 The miserable baby: treating and managing feeding & digestive disorders in the newborn and baby
July 2012 Paediatrics 0-6 months
October 2011 Lumbar spine and pelvis technique
September 2011 Management of Knee Problems
September 2011 Core Stability
October 2011 Lumbar Spine Surgery Options
October 2011 Headaches
May 2011 Hip Masterclass
May 2011 Shoulder Theory and Practice with Jeremy Lewis, Professor of Physiotherapy
January 2010 Foot biomechanics and orthotics
January 2010 Cervical spine and jaw technique
November 2009 Manipulative skills to the sacroiliac joints and the lower extremities
July 2009 Cervical, lumbar and thoracic regions
June 2009 Lumbar and pelvic manipulation
March 2009 Medical Acupuncture
Suzanne is a qualified trainer and has lectured in osteopathic technique at the London School of Osteopathy www.lso.ac.uk
Prior to becoming an osteopath, Suzanne worked in health education and ran a national training programme for nurses and GPs on cancer screening. She began her career in a large NHS Teaching hospital, managing a urology department and A&E team. She has also worked in business development and has a good knowledge of work ergonomics as she was responsible for 'training the trainers' in manual handling for a major UK health charity.
Sneha Adatia, Osteopath
Sneha Adatia, Osteopath and Naturopath B.Ost.Med, DO, ND
Sneha qualified as an Osteopath from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine and also holds a diploma in Naturopathy. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
She uses a vast diversity of Osteopathic techniques whilst incorporating soft tissue techniques, hydrotherapy, stretching, joint manipulation and exercise rehabilitation along with lifestyle and diet analysis.
As an Osteopath, Sneha believes it is important to treat the body as a whole, treating the symptoms as well as treating the root cause of pain and addressing long term lifestyle changes to aid the healing process. She believes in addressing each person as an individual and therefor uses a variety of techniques to suit the Patients individual needs.
Upon graduating, Sneha has regularly attended post graduate training and has previously worked alongside expectant mothers and recent mothers within a mum and baby communal centre. Alongside this, Sneha enjoys treating a wide diversity of conditions including musculo-skeletal pain, Sports Injuries, Arthritis, repetitive strain injuries, nerve impingement and headaches.
Christian Schafer, Podiatrist
Christian Schafer Musculoskeletal Podiatrist/
Bsc(Hons) Podiatry, MChS, HPC Reg.
Robyn Saffer, Counsellor and Psychotherapist
Robyn Saffer Is an experienced and BACP accredited counsellor working individually with adults and children, offering both short and long term counselling. She is also a qualified psychotherapist qualified to work with children, young people and families.
She has worked with many clients where the therapeutic relationship has empowered them to make positive and lasting changes. She worked at a Womens Centre for seven years with women suffering issues including abuse, relationship and parenting difficulties (including parenting children with learning difficulties), miscarriage, cultural issues, depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress and bereavement. Furthermore she worked for the Place2Be for five years as a Volunteer therapist working in schools with both primary and secondary aged pupils.
Carly Coren, Counsellor and Psychotherapist
Carly Coren is a qualified counsellor who is registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adheres to the BACP’s code of ethics. She holds a Diploma in Integrative Counselling from The Minster Centre in London.
Whatever it is that is worrying you, exploring your feelings and thoughts in a confidential place, with someone who is there to support you can be very helpful. Do consider getting in touch so that she can talk about how you might work together to help you make the changes in your life that are right for you.
She has worked with a diverse range of clients, working in an integrative way. She is mainly guided by a strong belief that the relationship between counsellor and client, is at the heart of the client’s healing process. Her aim is to help those who are looking to find a more fulfilling way to live their life.