Meet Our Practitioners
Anil Bajpai – Homeopathy
Anil was born into a homeopathic family and learnt the fundamental principles for the practice of homeopathy from his father at a very early age. He completed a four-year professional training course at the College of Practical Homeopathy in London, where he was trained by some of Britain’s leading homeopaths of today.
Anil has been practising homeopathy for over 25 years. He also holds a B.Sc. in Human Sciences, a master’s degree in English Literature, and a post-graduate teaching certificate from London University.
Anil has also been a Reiki Practitioner for more than 25 years. Often Homeopathy and Reiki treatments complement each other as both are aimed at revitalising body's life source.
Noreen Ayyaz – Osteopath and Cranial Osteopath
Noreen trained at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine where she obtained a Masters in Osteopathy. She has a keen interest in Cranial Osteopathy and has completed courses validated by Sutherland Cranial College. Noreen treats babies, children, adults, and pregnant women. Noreen believes in incorporating hands-on osteopathic treatment with nutrition and exercise advice to allow patients to continue their healing process at home.
Barbara Kandora – Massage Therapist
Barbara holds ITEC (International Therapy Examination Council) recognised qualifications in various massage therapies. She was trained in Swedish massage at Body Basics School of Body Therapy in London in 2006. She gained further qualifications in Sports Massage and Sports Injuries a year later. She is now a fully qualified massage therapist specialising in sports massage. Barbara is a member of APNT (Association of Physical and Natural Therapists) and BCMA (British Complementary Medicine Association).
Ibrahim Miah – Podiatrist
Ibrahim qualified as a Podiatrist from the University of East London. He has experience in both the NHS and the private sector. Immediately after qualifying, he worked for CSH Surrey NHS and later secured a position at the Homerton University Hospital, as a specialist podiatrist in both adult and paediatric biomechanics.
Ibrahim covers all aspects of podiatry, with a particular interest in the musculoskeletal/biomechanics and nail surgery. He is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the College of Podiatry (CoP).
Tammy Hopkins - Osteopath
BOst / Pilates instructor / Dry Needling / Deep Oscillation
Tammy graduated from British School of Osteopathy
(University College of Osteopathy) in 2009 and has worked as an Osteopath ever since. Tammy is also a qualified Pilates teacher and she strongly believes in exercise, movement and strength to aid patient outcomes.
Tammy is an experienced structural osteopath but has a
special interest in pregnancy related musculoskeletal symptoms. For the last 9 years she has been helping/treating pregnant patients and taking pregnancy and post-natal Pilates classes. Tammy is also qualified for musculoskeletal dry needling and uses Deep Oscillation machine as needed as part of hertreatment.
Tammy is recognised by BUPA and AXAPPP apart from other health insurance providers.
Tanyel Salman - Osteopath
Tanyel is a registered Osteopath, graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with an honour’s degree. She has worked with varied client groups including elderly, pregnant mothers, sports injury patients etc. Tanyel takes special interest in sporty patients, helping them to cope with strains from their sport and prevent injuries.
As a senior osteopath Tanyel takes special interest in the issues women face during and after pregnancy. She has done specialist courses to be better equipped to help the body cope during pregnancy; provide support for back and pelvic pain, breast feeding posture and other pre and post natal conditions that cause pain and discomfort.
Tanyel is trained to use acupuncture for pain relief. Sometimes referred to as dry needling. She offers this as part of osteopathic treatment.
In the interest of developing her skills further Tanyel has worked as an osteopath in South East Asia and Australia under health volunteer schemes. Abroad she worked with highly trained acupuncturists in rehabilitation clinic of a local hospital. Learning and observing different approaches after a trauma has given invaluable dimension to Tanyel’s osteopathic expertise.
Tanyel is interested in the all-round health and wellbeing of patients to help them be at their best. She treats with a combination of structural techniques for effective adjustments and pain relief and gives useful advice to maintain progress.
She firmly believes in the importance of exercise and nutritional support to play a role in her treatment progress of patients.