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Practitioners

Our professional friendly Team

The practitioners and staff who work at this clinic have dedicated their professional lives to improving the comfort and health of those who seek their care.

David Lloyd
Osteopath and Acupuncturist

David graduated with honours in Nutrition from the University of Surrey in 1978 and went on to become a State Registered Dietitian. He furthered his studies by gaining his qualification in Osteopathy, graduating in 1986.

He also holds a diploma in Acupuncture (2006) and a further diploma in Chinese Herbal Medicine (2009). He then decided to deepen his knowledge and gained a diploma in Chinese Medicine and skin conditions.

A fellow founder, David has worked full time at the Penn clinic for over 30 years practising Osteopathy and Acupuncture and is highly passionate about patient wellness and ongoing care and maintenance.

Nandip Sehra
Osteopath

Nandip graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2016. She holds a Masters in Osteopathy and has also studied at the Sutherland Cranial College allowing her to perform Cranial Osteopathy. She has also trained as a Sports Massage Therapist and has acquired skills in Kinesio taping. Nandip enjoys treating a range of people from athletes and expectant mothers to elderly patients. Utilising her depth of knowledge of osteopathic techniques and sports massage, she aims to support the body by creating the optimum environment for restoring health and maximising ongoing wellbeing. She uses the initial consultation to assess each patient as a whole so she can devise a specific and unique treatment plan for each individual.

Amrit Sidhu
Osteopath

Amrit graduated from the prestigious and oldest osteopathic institution, British school of Osteopathy, London in 2009.

She holds a Bachelors of Osteopathy and since qualifying has undertaken further study to acquired skills in medical acupuncture/dry needling, cupping and cranial osteopathy.

Amrit understands that all patients are individuals and that in order to restore the body to optimum functionality one need to focus on the body as a whole and not just localised to the symptoms.

Amrit's experience has not gone unnoticed in her field and she is the leading Osteopath for the SAGA Annual Charity Bike Ride from Birmingham to London. She also treats many of the cyclists taking part in the charity ride offering bespoke treatment and advice.

She thoroughly enjoys being an osteopath, caring deeply about her work and results.

She welcomes new patients from all walks of life, from athletes to expectant mums, always taking a firm interest in each individual and their wellbeing.

Jane Peacock
Traditional Thai Massage Therapist

Jane was born and trained in Thailand in Traditional Thai Massage and is a member of the Thai Ancient Pharmacologist Association. She holds diplomas in both Thai Traditional massage and advanced Thai Medical massage therapy. She combines acupressure massage with the beautiful stretches of yoga. It can be both deeply relaxing and highly energising. She has also studied foot massage, a method that integrates the knowledge of Chinese Reflexology points. Patients come to Jane with a variety of conditions including stiffness, tension and fatigue.

Brian O'flynn
Osteopath

Brian originally studied traditional Thai yoga massage and holistic sports massage before graduating in osteopathy in 1997. He has undertaken post graduate study with the Sutherland cranial college and qualified as an acupuncturist in 2006. He divides his time between the Penn Clinic and his other practice in Crouch End.

Raymond Pyle
Osteopath

Ray qualified as an osteopath in 1986 and has worked at the Penn Clinic since, as well as working at his busy home practice in Luton, Bedfordshire. He works as an osteopathic generalist, but also has a particular interest in the conditions affecting the feet. He studied acupuncture between 2004 and 2006 and uses this mainly for pain relief.

Agata Jasinski
Massage Therapist

Agata received her Diploma in Massage Therapy and Reflexology from Middlesex School of Complementary Medicine in 2014.

Since then she has expanded her practice and mastered several other techniques including Deep Tissue Massage, Indian Head Massage, Lymphatic Drainage and Massage for Pregnancy.

She has worked extensively in both spas and clinics and is always happy to discuss your issues and requirements prior to your appointment so that she can tailor the massage treatment to suit your individual needs.

Farah Ally
Medical Herbalist

Farah holds an Honours Degree in Herbal Medicine from the University of Westminster. She is a Professional member of the prestigious College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy and the European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association.

 

Her background includes training and working in Hillingdon and Mount Vernon Hospitals in the Dietetics and Physiotherapy departments.

Centre of her core beliefs is to establish Herbal Medicine combined with Nutritional Therapy as an alternative or in conjunction with conventional medicine to alleviate and support the wellbeing of the patient.

 

Farah is eager to promote Organic products and a balanced diet towards a healthier lifestyle. Her hobbies include organic baking, gardening, walking and cycling in conjunction with managing a busy home life.