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22/Jul/2018

Philip Owen

Osteopath – Cranial / Paediatric / Structural / Sports

Philip qualified from the British School of Osteopathy, London in 1979.

He developed his osteopathic practice in Manchester and shortly after ‘The Old Hall Clinic’ was created in Gatley, Cheshire, a multidisciplinary practice, believed to be the first of it’s kind in the UK.

Philip’s aim was then, as is now, to provide patients with the ‘best of all worlds’ in which highly competent practitioners from their chosen profession would be able to collaborate ideas and treatment methods for the common good of the patient.

Philip is proud to say that he enjoys looking after a variety of patients, not just common musculoskeletal problems, such as aches and pains in joints and muscles, but also a number of professional sportsmen and women, often as a preventative measure, as well as offering services to the very young and infants.

Philips interest in paediatric osteopathy started early on in his career and much of his paediatric training was undertaken in the USA and Canada. Leading to his inventing the SleepCurve mattress range for newborn babies and for babies with plagiocephelay (flat head syndrome).

Having lectured at the BSO, he also became a lead external examiner for graduating osteopaths. Philip currently enjoys a good working relationship with Sale Sharks, Wigan Warriors, Manchester United and Manchester City Football Clubs.

Philip is also the Inventor of the ‘SleepCurve’ range of infant mattress products for the effective treatment of flat head syndrome.


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22/Jul/2018

Liz Halsey

Osteopath Structural & Cranial / Medical Acupuncture

Liz qualified with a first class honours degree in Osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy (London) in 2003.

In 2006 she began to use medical acupuncture and later undertook a BSc in Traditional Acupuncture at Manchester Metropolitan University, graduating with a first class honours degree in 2014. These qualifications mean that Liz is able to carry out a full osteopathic treatment (using structural and cranial techniques), a full acupuncture treatment (including electroacupuncture) or a mixture of both. Liz also works at the Neil Cliffe Centre, based at Wythenshawe Hospital and run by St Ann’s Hospice, where she provides acupuncture for people with life-limiting conditions.

Liz’s approach is to provide a high-quality treatment to ease pain and restore function. Alongside this, she helps her clients understand what is causing their complaint and what they themselves can do to manage or resolve the problem. Liz is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, the Institute of Osteopathy and the British Medical Acupuncture Society.


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22/Jul/2018

Zita Lusack

Osteopath

Zita Lusack previously trained as a gymnast and became British Champion in 1994.

She achieved gold, silver and bronze medals at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria Canada and represented our country in three world and four European championships. She underwent circus training to perform trapeze and aerial hoop at the Millennium Dome in the central show for the year 2000 celebrations and then joined the prestigious Cirque du Soleil performing tumbling in the fast track number of the show Alegria.

Zita now practices modern jive in her spare time and uses the experience gained as a competing athlete to have a greater understanding of how the body moves and functions. Having benefitted herself from treatment she decided to train as an osteopath graduating from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007.


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For further information about the Old Hall Clinic or any of our services, please contact us.

Old Hall Road, Gatley, Cheshire, SK8 4BE.

Telephone: 0161 428 4222
Fax: 0161 428 1286
E-mail: info@oldhallclinic.co.uk

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