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Emma is a registered Osteopath in London. She graduated from the University College of Osteopathy, Central London.
She practices from Bond Street in Mayfair, W1 and Clapham South but also does home visits across London.
Originally from South of France, brought up amongst a highly medically trained family she grew up being fascinated by the health of the human body and its way of functioning.
After two years of medical studies in Montpellier, she chose to study osteopathy for its strong holistic philosophy and went to London due to the high quality of qualification and her desire to live abroad.
Being invested and passionate about health and alternative medicine, in addition to her Master in Osteopathy she carried out additional training such as:
– Pediatrics and Women’s Health with the Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC)
– Visceral manipulation with the Barral’s Institute,
– Cranial osteopathy with the Rollin Becker Institute, and OCC
– Classical total body adjustment with the Institute of Classical Osteopathy,
– Dry needling and acupuncture
– Meditation and mindfulness for chronic pain, with Hilary Abbey,
Having a specific interest into pediatrics and striving to learn from the best, she completed the Diploma course ran by the Osteopathic Centre for Children, which gave her a unique opportunity to grow experience and expertise into this field.
Thanks to her dedication she has a broad range of approaches to offer to patients which include structural, visceral, cranial techniques, as well as acupuncture and mindfulness.
Always aiming for excellence and well-being she is an open-minded dynamic, holistic and patient practitioner, involved in promoting health and recovery in all patients from all back ground and ages. She considers every patient according to their history, surroundings, life-style, hobbies, occupation and personality and offer them the best personalised approach in order to promote long-term health improvement.
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow; learn as if you were to live forever.” Mahatma Gandhi