Usha Balasingam M.Ost
Osteopath in Ashford and Dover Kent, Musculoskeletal Pain Specialist, Medical Acupuncturist and Sports Massage Therapist
Usha qualified with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy at the prestigious British School of Osteopathy in London in 2011. She is also trained and certified in Medical Acupuncture. Usha has spent many years working as an osteopath in Ashford, Kent and in Dover, Kent combining osteopathy, acupuncture and sports massage to treat numerous debilitating conditions. Usha attends regular GOsC approved CPD courses to further her knowledge and keeps up-to-date with current research within the field of osteopathy and medicine.
Having a sensitive and friendly approach is paramount to the patient-osteopath treatment sessions as understanding and professional integrity are at the top of her objectives. She listens to all of her patients’ carefully and explains the cause of their symptoms to them by creating a bespoke treatment plan to suit each individual as no two individuals are the same.
Usha believes that osteopathy can treat a host of musculoskeletal conditions successfully without resorting to pain medication and feels proud of the fact that she has received countless praise for all her efforts in providing patients with first class osteopathic care and long term improvement to their health through permanent natural pain relief treatments.
Nathan Allon M.Ost
Nathan graduated with a Masters’ Degree from the European School of Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. He is skilled in treating a broad range of conditions, particularly sports injuries and enthusiastic in developing rehabilitation plans tailored to your individual needs. He has a proficiency in cranial assessment and treatment, and during training he attended women’s and children’s health clinics as well as specialist clinics for headache assessment and management where he puts these skills into practice with great results. He has also attended an accredited course in acupuncture that enables him to use this as an addition to his osteopathy.
Prior to his osteopathic training he was privileged to work in the mental health sector and has taken the skills acquired in this field and combined them with osteopathy. He advocates the belief that the line between mental and physical health is very fine and therefore, by understanding the importance of incorporating the two disciplines, we can move toward higher chances for successful health and patient empowerment.