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    Melinda Cotton DO MICO is Practice Principal at Fulham Osteopaths, specialising in the care of expectant mothers, babies, and children.

    Often described as “The Osteopathic Sherlock Holmes”, Melinda is one of the most experienced osteopaths in the country. Her inquisitive mind and extensive experience help her to resolve issues that other professionals have been unable to treat. 

    She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. On graduation from the British School of Osteopathy in 1989, she continued her studies with the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation, and also at the Institute of Classical Osteopathy. 

    From 1991- 1997 she was a member of the teaching faculty at the British School of Osteopathy. 
    She founded Fulham Osteopaths in 1989, where she is now Practice Principal, Osteopath and mentor to her colleagues.

    Melinda brings a wealth of experience and insight to her consultations, which is invaluable when working with patients with tricky and complex cases.

    Her approach is gentle, drawing on all osteopathic approaches including cranial and classical osteopathy, in a way that is in tune with each individual’s needs.

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    Fulham Osteopaths
    London SW6 5HA
    769 Fulham Road

    Parsons Green

    14, 414

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    Initial Consultation£180.00
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    Unusually for an Osteopath, Melinda has treated my foot/leg which was giving me discomfort and pain. We're not finished yet but I have seen a vast improvement in just 3 sessions. Melinda explains everything she is doing and what's going on which made me feel at ease and less 'in the dark' about my injury. I would thoroughly recommend Melinda to anyone of any age with any injury.
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