Patrick Harding BSc.DO.ND.
Patrick is the Principal Osteopath at Mulberry Osteopaths which he set up in 1999 and until recently was also one of the directors of Mulberry House. He qualified in 1989 from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy (BCNO) in London and has been practicing in Edinburgh since 1996. Prior to this he worked as a hospital pharmacist.
Lisa Pacini B.Ost.Med
Lisa qualified in 2004 from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in London. She then returned to do a specialist year which included spinal pathology, paediatrics, nutrition and cranial osteopathy. For those of you who do not like the more traditional structural approach i.e “the crack” then cranial osteopathy, or neurofascial release is a much gentler approach. This makes it ideal for everyone from babies to the elderly. In addition, Lisa has completed a postgraduate course in paediatric cranial osteopathy and a dry needling course (a form of acupuncture) with BMAS, so where appropriate, will incorporate these techniques in to her treatment plan. One issue she particularly specialises in is TMJ (jaw issues).
Jane Beazley M.Ost
Jane joined Mulberry House in 2016, after completing her Masters degree in osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, Kent., in 2015. Prior to this, she worked in the facilities and health and safety sector in the South West of England. Whilst Jane prefers to treat using structural techniques such as soft tissue release, joint mobilisation and joint manipulation, she has learnt a wide range of techniques and so has something up her sleeve to suit everyone.