Harriet Lambert, M.Ost
Harriet believes in a collaborative approach, working with patients to achieve the best treatment and management plan for their individual needs. She uses a variety of hands-on techniques, movement and exercise advice and support for the individual needs and goals of her patients.
With a background in dance and movement Harriet loves the ability to help her patients get and enjoy moving again.
Harriet graduated from the University College of Osteopathy with a Masters in Osteopathy. During her training she also completed a level 5 Diploma in Sports Massage. Her final year project focused on pain assessment within Osteopathic practice, which remains a key focus in her practice and research. Harriet is also an Associate of the Osteopathic Governing Body, find out more about what she does in her role here.
Nadine Smith, M.Ost
Osteopath and Sports Massage Therapist
Nadine qualified with a Masters degree in Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. She is also a qualified sports massage therapist and certified in Functional Movement Taping.
Nadine believes in the importance of building a strong rapport with patients in order to understand their concerns and goals so that she can treat each individual holistically through osteopathic care. She is also a great advocate for mental well-being and is a qualified Mental Health First Aider.
Nadine offers a tailored assessment, diagnosis and treatment for a range of musculoskeletal issues, not limited to: chronic and acute knee injuries, hip and lower back pain along with neck, shoulder and elbow issues. Her therapeutic treatment includes hands-on soft tissue massage, joint mobilization and manipulation.
Sian Trayling, M.Ost
Sian qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in London, the oldest and largest Osteopathic College in the UK. She started her training after she received Osteopathic treatment for a back injury which helped her return to her then passion of ballet. Sian now enjoys being able to offer the same assistance to others.
Since qualifying Sian has gone on to further learn sports massage, western medical acupuncture and has a keen interest in the sports and cranial fields. The focus of her treatments are the importance and maintenance of good health, movement and coordination by taking into consideration each individual patient’s goals and needs. She enjoys being able to make a difference to people no matter what their age or ability.
She is a keen cyclist herself and can regularly be found out in the Surrey Hills and doing laps of Richmond Park.