NICK WOOLLEY BSc (Hons) Ost
Nick qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in London.
He is a co-director of the Wallington practice and as well as working there has a practice at his home in Headley, a village near Leatherhead. He is also a Senior Clinic Tutor and Examiner at the BSO.
Nick is a traditional Osteopath meaning that he evaluates his patients dysfunctions with a total body approach. As is the fundamental basis of osteopathy, this means not only examining the site of pain but more importantly finding the cause of this dysfunction.
As an example, a knee pain may be as a result of a dysfunction in the low or upper back; or an elbow pain may be caused by a mechanical problem in the shoulder. As an analogy, papering over a crack in a wall will not cure the real problem. One would need to find the reason for the crack to be able to fix it.
CLAIRE CRAVEN D.O
Claire graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London and has practiced in Wallington ever since, as well as establishing a clinic from her home in Cheam. She and Nick are co-Directors of Wallington Osteopaths Ltd and as such she is a Senior Practitioner.
Claire is passionate about her work and through application of knowledge and experience over time has developed approaches for treatments applicable to a large range of patients. Claire’s particular interests include ’Later life Training’ and Maintaining Fitness in the Elderly. Claire has always had a keen interest in sport, working to prevent injury for the Sutton and Cheam Swimming and Waterpolo club. She has three children of her own and so is well versed in the treatment of young people from babies to active youngsters and teenagers.
DANNY SAYANDAN M.Ost
Danny graduated from the BSO and has a genuine interest in treating all members of the community.He is a keen sportsman and through his treatment plans, looks to help enhance patients performance in many areas of sport from cycling and contact sports to gymnastics and dance.
In common with all of the osteopaths at W.O.’s he aims to address the cause of pain rather than just the treatment of the painfull/ dysfunctional area.
Ellie Walpole MOst, BSc (Hons)
Ellie is a graduate of the BSO. She had previously studied and obtained an Honours Degree in Forensic Science.
Since graduating in Osteopathy she has obtained a qualification in Western Medical Acupuncture and uses this at times in conjunction with åosteopathic techniques in her treatments, especially in the treatment of neck, upper limb problems and headaches.
Ellie has experience of working with performers of the dramatic arts and spent time working with members of the Peacock Theatre in London
Madeleine Webb MOst
Madeleine qualified from the British School of Osteopathy with Distinction and loves her job as an osteopath. She works hard to provide the best treatment she can for each patient, with honest advice and giving careful attention to detail.
Throughout her studies, Madeleine has worked with a variety of patients including expectant mothers and the elderly. She believes osteopathy is an excellent first port of call to find a diagnosis and treatment for aches and pains in the body, what ever your age and occupation.