M.Ost. Registered Osteopath
Tiphaine is interested in every patient whatever their age, background or injuries. Keen to treat the person and not the symptoms, she is looking at how the body moves and where the restrictions are but most importantly she takes in consideration your past history, your environment and how you are feeling in yourself.
Paediatric osteopathy has been her focus in the last few years. She specialised in the treatment of babies from a few weeks old to older kids and teenagers. She is also the mother of two young children.
Among the wide array of approaches that she uses, she has found that Cranial Osteopathy, is a gentle, more integrated approach which suits a wide range of patients. When needed she also uses a more structural approach with soft tissues and manipulation techniques. Finding her way to osteopathy through treatment she received herself as a teenager with chronic back issues, she is passionate about helping people find health and achieve their goal. Understanding how pain can affect someone’s life and wellbeing is key to how Tiphaine treat and connect with her patients.
Tiphaine graduated from the British school of Osteopathy with a master’s degree in 2013. She has been working in a variety of practices around London and learned from experienced osteopaths alongside Connie Mansueto and Sally Landsdale before establishing her own in Lily House, South Woodford.
She is a member of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy where she is specialising in paediatrics and completing the pathway course, which specialises in educating and training fully qualified osteopaths to use the involuntary mechanism (cranial osteopathy).