Meet The Team
Suzette Pulman ND, MRN, DO
Registered Naturopath & Osteopath
Suzette qualified in 1979 from the British College of Osteopathy and began practising in Lymm, Cheshire as a naturopath and osteopath. These disciplines require Suzette to treat her patients holistically and they restore balance to the body by identifying the causes of pain and discomfort and not just the symptoms. Combining the two disciplines - naturopathy and osteopathy – is a gentle way of healing by using natural levers to open up restrictions of joints and muscles which maybe creating pressure on nerves and arteries and thereby causing pain and discomfort.
Darren Hayward BSc (Ost)
After qualifying at the British School of Osteopathy in 1994, Darren has been practising throughout the North West - and working within Lymm Osteopathic Practice for 14 years. He has treated patients with a whole variety of ailments: from children with sleep disorders to people with chronic work related back pain to arthritis patients who want to become less reliant on painkillers.
Wesley graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2013 and has since gone on to complete courses in classical and cranial osteopathy, as well as a postgraduate course in paediatric and childhood health at Imperial College London. He has experience in treating a wide range of patients from babies to the elderly. Wesley’s background prior to becoming an osteopath was personal training, he is also a keen golfer and has an interest in treating golf related injuries
Fiona Hutchison (BA Hons), dipCNM, mBANT
Fiona is a registered Nutritional Therapist that specialises in female hormone balance. Fiona is passionate about helping women with issues such as PMS, menopause, PCOS, endometriosis and fibroids to help them feel their best.
Fiona’s journey into nutrition started in 2008 when she was diagnosed with stage 3 endometriosis after trying to conceive for 18 months.
“I was told that there was nothing I could do to help my condition and it was that that spurred me into thinking I’m not sure I believe that!”
Fiona then started to research into nutrition and lifestyle and she discovered that there was a lot that she could do to help her condition. She needed to know more so she enrolled with the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Manchester to study Nutritional Therapy and qualified in 2018.
“There is nothing more rewarding that working with women who really believe that they will not get better and that there is no hope and then seeing how they improve through diet and lifestyle. It makes my day!”
Fiona is a member of BANT and CNHC.
Caroline Moss, DPod M, SRCh, MChS
Registered Chiropodist / Podiatrist
Qualifying from Salford University in 1983, Caroline is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and is registered with the Health Care Professions Council. Since qualifying, Caroline has continued with regular continued professional development and in 2006 gained a further diploma in the management of Diabetes in Primary Care. She has worked both for the NHS and privately over 30 years and for the last 10 years she has specialised within the NHS treating patients with high risk conditions, particularly wound care. A great deal of Caroline’s experience has also been involved with the rheumatoid foot, however she also deals with a whole range of foot and nail problems and will make home visits if necessary.
Neale Brown MSc, BSc. (hons), MChs
HCPC registered Muscular Skeletal Podiatrist
Neale is a retired lecturer at the University of Salford. His specialisms include podiatric management of neurological conditions, sport related injuries, biomechanical gait assessment and the manufacture of bespoke foot orthoses.
Jason has been a sports massage therapist since 2016 and in that time has achieved his Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Clinical Sports Therapy. He is currently the Sports Therapist at the Body Box Gym in Stockport and also supports a number of sporting events at home and abroad such as half marathons, squash and tennis tournaments. Sports therapy and massage can play such a vital part in the life of any active person. Techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy and joint mobilisations amongst others, can restore mobility to injured muscle tissue, improve range of movement and help to reduce pain.
Deb Instone BA (Hons), Post Grad Dip in COUNS
Accredited member of MBacp
Deb Instone qualified as a counsellor in 2004. Since then she
has worked in a variety of settings including the NHS, an FE College and various charities. Additionally Deb runs a busy
She is trained to work with individuals, children and couples. She has also trained and taught counselling for the past ten years. Deb is a trained supervisor who works with other
counsellors and healthcare professionals.
Sue Shtewi MA Registered Nurse
Sue qualified as a Counsellor in 1993 from Manchester University.
She has worked in a variety of settings:
- a Community Nurse working with a Health Provider Team
- a Nurse Counsellor at St Marys Hospital Sexual Assault Referral Centre from it's inception for five years
- a family planning nurse at Stepping Hill Hospital
- a Psychosexual and relationship Therapist
- a Clinical and Holistic Hypno Psychotherapist.
She is trained as an EMDR (Eye Movement, Desensitisation and Reprocessing) therapist treating post-traumatic stress and other emotional issues.
She has recently left her role after 13 years as a Nurse Counsellor with a Cancer Charity, counselling cancer clients, carers and bereaved.
Daniel Windridge BSc (Hons) MBAcC
Graduating from Salford University in 2003, Daniel trained extensively in traditional acupuncture and gained membership of the British Acupuncture Council, the largest governing body that represents professional acupuncturists. He then continued to study classical Chinese medicine and the Balance Method of acupuncture along side the late, world renowned Doctor Richard Tan.
As an expert in his field, Daniel is always enthusiastic about his profession. He continues o attend post graduate trainings and studies with the Si Yuan team and promotes acupuncture’s clinical approach, producing research papers and staying up-to-date with any latest developments.
In an average month, he will see and treat a wide variety of disorders. These range from pain related musculoskeletal conditions, through internal complaints such as IBS and infertility, to mental and emotional problems.
Balance method acupuncture is known for its immediate results. You can visit Daniel’s You Tube channel to see this in action here.