Nancy Nunn BSc(Hons) DPO PgCert FHEA
Nancy is currently working reduced hours in a staged return from maternity leave.
Nancy is an experienced osteopath who qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (now knows as the University College of Osteopathy) in 2003. On graduation she was awarded the R.K. Hardy Memorial prize for her research into Stress and Health and the prestigious Gold Medal for “conspicuous merit”. After graduation, Nancy began working at The Osteopathic Centre for Children and completed a Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy in 2005, the first step on a journey to acquiring significant skill as a specialist paediatric osteopath.
Today, Nancy continues to treat both adults and children of all ages and is the Consultant-in-Charge at the Osteopathic Centre for Children’s (Shoreditch) on Thursdays and osteopath for the London Hypnobirthing Team.
Nancy is an international lecturer, teaching most subjects related to paediatric osteopathy but particularly related to clinical management of patients who have neurological injuries and pathologies, emotional/behavioural dysfunction and pathologies such as the autistic spectrum disorder. For over 11 years, she was Head of Education for the Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy, the UK’s gold standard of postgraduate paediatric training and her role involved developing and implementing various paediatric courses for osteopaths. Her teaching has taken her to Austria, Canada, Italy, San Marino, Switzerland, Belgium and Poland and she is faculty of the SOMA Instituto Milano in Italy. In the UK, Nancy is also a lecturer at the University College of Osteopathy, teaching Child Development to undergraduates and a faculty member of the Rollin E Becker Institute (Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation). She has been an invited speaker at several conferences in the UK and abroad. She is also the author of several chapters on neurological development and dysfunction in “Differenzialdiagnosen in der Kinderosteopathie”, a german textbook on diagnosis for paediatric osteopaths.
Nancy lives locally and she when is not working her hours are amply filled by her very active daughter.
Nancy is recognized by all the health insurers who cover osteopathy but is unable to currently accept new BUPA patients.