Meet the Team
Thank you for coming here to read my biography, I am super pleased you would like to learn more about me.
My name is Bhopinder Chaggar, but I’m informally known and referred to as Pindy. I have been privileged to practice osteopathy for the last 15 years, after completing a 4 year degree at The British School of Osteopathy in London.
I was first introduced to osteopathy as a child. I absolutely loved playing sport, but I suffered terribly with asthma. Unfortunately, partaking in any one of the sports I loved triggered a bout of asthma. My mother was advised to take me to The Osteopathic Center for Children, based in London, to see if osteopathic treatment could help ease my symptoms. Amazingly, the treatment worked and really helped reduce the severity of my symptoms and the frequency of the attacks. This early encounter with osteopathy and some very friendly advice from my osteopath, encouraged me to pursue osteopathy as a career and I fell in love!
Since graduating in 2002, I have worked in a number of practices in the South East of England, predominately in Kent. I continued to pursue my studies and the blend of theoretical research and practical knowledge helped me treat even the most complex of cases. I absolutely love a good challenging case and I have built up a reputation throughout my career of dealing with complex cases with great success.
In 2014, I decided to set up my own clinic in Sidcup, Kent. I named the clinic Love Your Back Osteopathy, which was inspired by my lovely patients. The 2 unique elements of the clinic are OsteoBaby Clinic, a speciality clinic treating newborns and children, expectant mothers and post natal osteopathic care. The other is Commuter Clinic, offering later appointments.
Everyone is welcome. My team and I are highly trained, and continually pursue our studies and training to bring you the best osteopathic care. So if you are unsure of whether osteopathy is for you, please do not hesitate to call me for a phone consultation.
If you need an osteopath, or just some advice, call me today I shall be happy to help you.
Hello, My name is Joshua Fein-Brown, I am a fully qualified and registered Osteopath and Naturopath. I qualified from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine with a Masters degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy.
The treatment I offer is specially tailored to the needs of each individual, ensuring high-quality care that is unique to you. I use a combination of movement and dietary advice, hands-on techniques, and exercise. My Naturopathic training allows me to do in-depth dietary analysis and give nutritional advice. All these tools I use help relax muscles, reduce pain, improve mobility and restore you back to where you want to be. I have an active interest in preventative medicine so that together we can make you stronger, healthier and more mobile to stop those aches and pains from coming back in the future. In my treatments you are the centre, whether you want to be rid of pain, have a better diet or just get better at moving, we make sure to do the best things to suit your individual needs every step of the way.
I have plentiful experience treating a wide range of conditions throughout my career. I have a particular interest in chronic pain, fibromyalgia and other complex pain states. For these complicated conditions I understand that simply using manual therapy may not be enough. To make a real change to peoples lives suffering from the persistent pain I use a much more holistic, biopsychosocial approach. In the past, I have worked with many people suffering from chronic pain, and together, we were able to make significant changes to their quality of life.
Outside the practice I enjoy an active lifestyle, pursuing climbing, running and other outdoor activities. In my spare time, I enjoy travelling, jewellery making, painting and other creative endeavours.
Hi, there everyone my name is Juliette l qualified to become an osteopath in 2006. I am registered with the general osteopathic council. I am also a member of the Institute of Classical Osteopathy and the British Institute of Osteopathy
I have always ensured that my osteopathic education and skills have continued to develop by undertaking extensive courses at both of the above institutes. And at the moment I am attending an osteopathic course in women’s health.
My interest in osteopathy was ignited after going to see an osteopath. Many years ago I suffered from severe back and leg pain caused by a protruding disc and went to see an osteopath after being told that l would need surgery. I was very impressed with their understanding of my problem and needless to say that after having a course of treatment l no longer needed the services of the orthopaedic surgeon. But it was when l took my three-month-old daughter to the children’s clinic that l knew l wanted to become an osteopath. The practitioner was able to describe to me how the birth went just by touching my daughter’s head. That really blew me away.
I love being an osteopath and have gained experience working with a wide range of people and their conditions, and am excited and passionate about how applying the philosophy and principles of osteopathic care can benefit everyone, from the very young to the old. The treatment l offer is tailored to you as an individual, based on the symptoms you present with, together with the information you give about your history and lifestyle.
The treatment is gentle and effective at encouraging the body to return to a more neutral posture, which allows the body to work more effectively and with less stress. All conditions can be addressed and helped by this global approach.
I have a special interest in treating pregnant women, and children, as well as people with shoulder problems, or foot pain.
I practice qi gong and somatic exercise and often prescribe gentle exercises from these disciplines to promote mobility, strength and wake up neurological pathways.
My first passion was the arts, which l still enjoy and in my spare time can often be found looking at art in art galleries or making it. I also enjoy cooking and at the moment learning how to make gluten-free food tasty and enjoyable.
Hello there, my name is Emma Seehusen. I began my career in manual therapy in 2003, studying first massage in Bali, Indonesia, before undertaking a Diploma in Remedial Massage at Victoria University in Melbourne, and of greatest note, a Masters Degree in Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy. I am a fully registered Osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council, and a member of both the Institute of Osteopathy and the Sutherland College of Cranial Osteopathy.
My greatest passion is to help people out of pain and towards a stronger state of health and well-being. My first love was working in sports; I worked with elite and novice athletes in Australia before pursuing further studies at leading institutions in Germany and the UK. I love to help people of all ages and backgrounds and have thus developed my skills in several areas such as back, neck and shoulder pain. I have trained as a Personal Trainer, am qualified in Medical Acupuncture and have worked to gain further expertise in such important areas as women’s health, pregnancy and paediatrics. My studies currently include a Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London, where I also work part-time. I am also completing a Diploma in Women’s Health at the renowned Molinari Institute, which I find exceptionally inspiring to my Practice. In addition, I am training over the long term under the Sutherland College of Cranial Osteopathy.
As a traditional and cranial osteopath, I combine my skills and experience to personalise each examination and treatment to the unique needs of each patient, be they a newborn baby or mother, child or adolescent, or a younger or more senior adult.
When I am away from practice I am a busy wife and mother of 3 young children, I love to keep fit by running, swimming and going to the gym, and enjoy very much to study, socialise and travel.