Nadine Hobson D.O.

Nadine Hobson Osteopath

I believe in an integrated approach to healthcare and lifestyle for the whole family, including pets!

Qualified since 1978, Nadine is a structural and cranial osteopath helping to relieve, and advise in the management of, a vast range of musculoskeletal and associated problems in adults and children.

Her special interest is women’s healthcare, including pregnancy, postnatal and menopause related conditions.

For many years she was a consultant osteopath at the Birth Unit at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in London until its closure in 2010, whence the team of expert therapists became Viveka Virtual sharing a vision of exceptional integrated healthcare.

Nadine also worked at Hyde Park Veterinary Centre for 20 years as part of their multidisciplinary team. She has lectured internationally and co-wrote 2 chapters, the Dog and the Cat, in the ground-breaking book, Animal Osteopathy, published in 2020.

In recent years Nadine has become increasingly involved in the politics of healthcare to ensure the future of Osteopathy and its greatest availability to support the health of the nation.

Affiliations:

The General Osteopathic Council
Institute of Osteopathy (iO) Council member
Osteopathic Foundation (oF) Board member and trustee
Osteopathic Alliance (OA) Chair
Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy
Association of Animal Osteopaths (AAO) founder member

Lauren Hobson M.Ost., D.O., N.D.

Lauren graduated with a Masters degree from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013 with a dual qualification as an Osteopath and Naturopath.

Lauren grew up in a family of osteopaths and chiropractors and has always had a passion for working with people. She always remains true to the principle philosophies of practice: finding health and not just treating disease. She embraces the true breadth of osteopathic practice, working viscerally, cranially and musculoskeletally, and giving exercise, nutrition and lifestyle advice where appropriate.

Lauren follows no routine in treatment and sees each person as an individual, using a very broad range of self-adapted techniques. She has experience as a structural and cranial osteopath treating a range of conditions suffered by babies, children, adults and older people. She also works at two thriving practices in central and north London.

Hannah Kitchen M.Ost.

Hannah graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a Masters degree in Osteopathy, she is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. ​

Hannah sees clients with a variety of problems and is able to apply a wide range of osteopathic techniques suitable for patients of all types in order to provide pain relief, improve health and make sure each patient has their own specific treatment plan.

Hannah has always led an active lifestyle and is passionate about triathlon currently representing GB at an elite level. She enjoys working with athletes and is especially interested in the potential osteopathy has to treat sporting injuries and therefore enhance performance. With a sporting background Hannah has a good understanding of what athletes go through, she is fully aware of what it takes to achieve success in sport and can advise you appropriately.

Amy Barder

Amy Barder has been teaching Pilates since 2016.  Having practiced Pilates for a number of years she decided to take her commitment to the next level and train as a teacher.  Amy did her initial training with Body Control Pilates, gaining a Level 3 Matwork Certificate and then went onto complete a 900 hour apprenticeship with Pilates Nation, a classical Pilates Studio in London, qualifying her to teach both Mat and Equipment to an advance level.

Amy has been working with Crown House Osteopaths since 2018.  She works closely with us to ensure a cohesive approach, with Pilates complimenting ongoing treatment plans.

For more information about Amy please visit: www.acbpilates.co.uk