Alternative and Complementary Practitioners at Fulham Osteopaths

Our Alternative Practitioners

Here you can see a brief biog for the alternative and complementary that work alongside osteopaths in our practice. Click on the links in the sidebar for details of each therapy.
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Hanna Evans

MBA Hons, Lic Ac, MBAcC.
Hanna is an experienced acupuncturist and member of the British Acupuncture Council. She specialises in fertility and pregnancy acupuncture and is a member of the Acupuncture Fertility Network (AFN) and the Acupuncture Childbirth Team, London. (
She is the senior acupuncturist at the practice, and has worked with many women and couples in the area, and supported them to conceive both naturally and during assisted cycles.
She provides safe and effective treatments for all stages of pregnancy and is passionate about the benefits of natural birth and good birth preparation. During pregnancy and postnatally, she is happy to see her patients at the clinic or in the comfort of their own homes.
In addition, Hanna regularly treats patients with musculoskeletal problems such as neck, back and shoulder pain as well as repetitive strain injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis.
Many of her patients come to her for acupuncture to relieve stress, headaches and to help improve IBS, anxiety, depression, and insomnia as well hormonal issues such as painful periods, PMS and menopausal hot flushes, chronic fatigue and exhaustion.
For more about Hanna’s training, qualifications and testimonials from her patients please see her website,
holli rubin, counsellor at fulham osteopaths

Holli Rubin

Holli Rubin is an experienced licensed Psychotherapist trained in America and Canada. Holli uses a holistic approach to therapy, focusing on body, mind and spirit, and specialises in working with pregnant women and new mothers, individually or with their partners.In psychotherapy the client and therapist explore feelings together in a safe, non-judgemental environment. The aim is to support you, to empower you to make positive changes in your life, and to help you gain the confidence to fulfil your potential.

in pregnancy and new motherhood
The changes new or expecting mothers go through – be they physical, emotional or hormonal – while exciting, can be stressful. Many women experience the following: anxiety, discomfort with weight gain and physical changes, hormonal ups and downs, sexual difficulties, fear of delivery, birth trauma, postnatal depression, coping with a newborn, process of bonding, going from a couple to a family, and loss of identity. Talking to a caring, unbiased professional can be a powerful support during these times when you may be slightly unsure how to cope. Psychotherapy can be beneficial to your physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
Sessions are usually weekly and last approximately an hour. During the session, you and the therapist work together to identify and understand what you are feeling and how it is affecting you.
Benefits include
  • Reduced anxiety and stress level,
  • Feeling more in control
  • Improved perspective on self and life
  • A better understanding of yourself and your patterns
  • Improved relationships

For an appointment, or to talk to Holli, call on:

Counselling was the best thing I could have done for myself while going through the IVF process. IVF was the most intense experience I ever had and I felt very alone throughout it. Holli was an incredible support and without her I don’t know how I would have gotten through it all. I would highly recommend anyone going through IVF to be sure to have counselling alongside. There are so many ups and downs and no one should have to go through it alone.
Genuine Hollli Rubin Client
malgosia Zamolska, Homeopath at fulham osteopaths

Malgosia Zamolska

Registered Homeopath, Flower Essence Practitioner and Dowser
I came into contact with homeopathy when I became ill with shingles, and was amazed how quickly the homeopathic remedies I was treated with restored my energy levels, and helped me regain my emotional balance. As a result of this amazing encounter with the healing powers of these remedies, I decided to become a homeopath myself. I completed my training at the Lakeland College of Homeopathy, and am registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths. I am passionate about homeopathy, especially its role in treating hormonal disorders and infertility.

As an alternative medicine practitioner, I believe in an integrated approach to healthcare – one which recognises the importance of treating the mental, emotional and physical facets of ourselves, all of which are interconnected. I facilitate people’s own healing journeys, to help them overcome the emotional and physical blocks to fulfilling their potential as individuals. I believe that homeopathy is one of the most profound and deepest reaching forms of healing, capable of shifting blocks ranging from inherited predispositions, to environmental or dietary toxicity acquired through the course of our lives. As a practitioner I am deeply committed to being a facilitator of such a profound healing process. As a London homeopath, I run a general clinic treating adults and children of all ages but specialise in treating hormonal disorders and infertility issues. I treat women suffering from irregular periods, burn out or fatigue. I also provide them with homeopathic support in case of emotional blocks, which can all lead to infertility and problems conceiving.
I am a member of the Natural Natal Centre, which is a fertility and pregnancy clinic specialising in comprehensive and integrated treatment packages for preconception, pregnancy and post natal care. I am also an accredited therapist for the Foresight Association, which is a nation-wide organisation offering specialist services for people wishing to conceive. I support my patients with additional advice on preconception health care based the Foresight Association model, which aims to eliminate health issues that have been proven by researchers to lead to infertility.
Life as a young family can be challenging, both physically as well as emotionally. Homeopathy has helped all of us cope with these challenges, whether before during and after pregnancy, the children’s constant coughs and colds, psoriasis…
Genuine Malgosia Client
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Kate Delmar-Morgan
nutritional therapy
Registered Nutritional Therapist BSc Hons NT, Dip Raw NT, mBANT, CNHC

Following a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy, Kate then graduated with a first class honours degree in Health Sciences: Nutritional Therapy and now has over 10 years of experience working with individual clients. Kate offers her clients advice on dietary changes, supplements and functional testing for all aspects of their health. She is passionate about empowering people to improve their health through good nutrition and has a professional and calm approach to patients while providing practical recommendations to suit each individual. Kate can work with you on a range of health issues for example: IBS, constipation, diarrhoea, women’s health, hormone imbalances, stress, depression, chronic conditions, weight management, food intolerances, allergies, preconception, pregnancy, skin conditions, headaches, energy and vitality. She works closely with families and their children and has a special interest in learning disorders in children and the link with nutrition. Kate sits on the Professional Practice Committee for the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and also works with corporate companies, schools and nurseries on how they can improve their nutrition. She is also the Nutritional Therapist for The Natural Natal Centre, The Body Retreat and Lulu Baby plus lectures at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in London.
susan janikowski, reflexologist
Susan Janikowski
( BSc Hons, MAR, NIMH)
Susan is a reflexologist with 10 years experience in complementary health and is a member of the Association of Reflexologists (AOR). She works with a variety of clients and had developed her expertise is in women’s health, in particular pre-conception, pregnancy and post-natal care She also supports many women and couples with fertility issues, including those who chosen assisted reproductive techniques, such as IVF. In addition, she finds reflexology very beneficial for many stress related conditions, including IBS, insomnia and anxiety.
Susan is also a graduate of a 4 year full-time BSc (Hons)Degree in Herbal Medicine from Middlesex University and can combine herbal medicine with reflexology treatments.
In cases where clients are unable to come to the clinic during pregnancy or post-natally, she offers home visits.
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Maite Delafin
Sports & Remedial Massage
Pregnancy Massage
Maite is a qualified sports & remedial massage and pregnancy massage therapist.
She originally trained and worked as a contemporary dancer, choreographer and Dance Teacher in France, Spain and Scotland for 14 years. Her genuine interest and curiosity about the body led her to undertake and complete a MSc in Dance Science at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. During this course it became obvious that she wanted to continue working with the body from a different perspective and decided to do further training to work as a massage therapist and osteopath in the becoming as she is currently studying part-time at the British School of Osteopathy.
Her extensive experience in the Performing Arts combined with her academic background and ongoing physical therapy training give her both a deep experiential and theoretical knowledge of the body that directly informs her observation and palpation skills as well as her technique.

Maite aims to provide a high quality bespoke care to her clients and intend to respond to their needs and expectations the best I can.

She speaks English, French and Spanish fluently as she is French/ Uruguayan, raised bilingual and living in the UK since 2007. This could allow clients native in any of these languages to communicate more at ease and effectively.