How we work

Our approach, as defined on the home page, is to help identify and address the obstructions that are hindering your healing capability.  Our practitioners use different techniques to help identify and manage these obstructions. Please read below on how each practitioners works. This will help you identify which practitioner is right for you.

Ubhi Mistry DPO MOst BSc (Hons) (10 years experience)

Ubhi is a cranial osteopath. Cranial osteopathy is a gentle form of osteopathy which is used to ‘listen’, diagnose and treat a wide variety of problems. It works by harnessing the body’s own healing mechanism to alleviate discomfort. Ubhi look to not only address the primary cause of your problem but also to address the inflamed/strained joint (in your spine, leg, shoulders…etc). Ubhi may also prescribe exercises and/or lifestyle changes to support your healing process. Treatment and management advice will help you out of pain but can also help you to improve your overall health.

Ubhi is also a qualified Paediatric Osteopath. Please click on ‘Babies and Children’ to learn more.

She would describe her overall approach as:

‘Manipulating the physiological movements within the body to help with physical and emotional strains.’

Mayur Mistry MOst MEng (10 years experience)

Mayur is a cranial and structural osteopath.  Over the years he has paid attention to all forms of manual therapy with a view to create a ‘diverse toolbox’ from which to draw upon.  He aims to use an approach which suits the individual needs at that specific point in time.   Subsequently treatment sessions will involve a mixture of cranial osteopathy, articulation, soft tissue and manipulation. They will vary with each session as your health progresses.

Ideally we want to see you as little as possible.  Clear management advice with an emphasis on education and exercises helps achieve this.  Education on how your body is functioning ensures you have control, can make the right decisions with confidence and manage your lifestyle to suit the varying stages of recovery.  Exercises help develop confidence and understanding of the problem.  It enables you to explore your physical limits in a control environment.  Mayur draws upon the concepts underpinning yoga, pilates and neuromuscular rehabilitation to make the exercises as useful as possible.

He would describe his approach as:

‘Looking to help the patient find physiological harmony and structural balance within their bodies.