Welcome to Crouch End Osteopaths. Osteopathy is a gentle and effective, natural therapy, used for over 100 years, which can help a wide range of problems including joint pains and sport injuries. The osteopath uses a number of methods to treat pain, ranging from massage of muscles to manipulation and movement of joints. At Crouch End Osteopaths, an initial one hour consultation will determine the number of sessions required, differing depending on the individual. We have two fully qualified osteopaths at our clinic: Norman and Nona, who carry our osteopathy on men, women and children of all ages.
Norman Baker: After working as a structural engineer for 25 years, Norman decided to change career. He joined the British School of Osteopathy Extended pathway in 1999 and was invited by Senior Anatomy Lecturer, Sue Palfreyman to join Crouch End Osteopaths (Est 1994) since qualifying in 2004. With experience of training youngsters in martial arts, Norman has a particular interest in treating sports injuries as well as the treatment of expectant mother, babies & children.
Noreen Ayyaz: Noreen trained at the british college of osteopathic medicine. She had a keen interesting in cranial osteopathy. Her treatments may include structural osteopathy (soft tissue joint immobilisation and joint manipulation), visceral osteopathy and naturopathy if needed. She believe sin incorporating hands on osteopathic treatments with nutution and exersize advice, allowing patients to cotninue their healing process at home. Noreen enjoys working with patients of all ages, babys, atheletes and expectant mothers.
Osteopathy helps a range of problems, including:
Joint pain and stiffness
Pre and post natal back and joint problems
Aches and pains
Sports injuries, minor
Why chose Crouch End Osteopaths?
Registered with the British Osteopathic Association (BOA) and General Osteopathic Council (GOC)