Daniela Witten M.OST
Daniela is a caring professional osteopath with an inherent desire to help people. She has experience of working with a diverse range of patients from amateur sportsmen/women to older adults and those living with life-limiting conditions. Daniela can relate to people from all walks of life and backgrounds. She has a mature outlook and has a genuine interest in improving her patient’s health, whether it be through reassurance, explanation, osteopathic manual therapy and/or therapeutic deep tissue massage.
Daniela has always shown a keen interest in manual therapy specifically osteopathy as anytime she has had a sports injury, she would always seek osteopathic treatment which inevitably resolved the problem. After twenty four years working at the University of London she decided to pursue her interest by commencing a four year full-time Masters Degree in Osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy. During the summer of her first year she completed an ITEC Level 3 Sports Massage Diploma allowing her to work as Sports Massage therapist during her studies. In June 2016 Daniela graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost).
Since that time Daniela has gained a wealth of experience through working as an Associate in various practices as well as privately. Daniela has also volunteered at North London Hospice providing holistic massage to individuals with terminal illness.
Daniela likes to keep fit by running 2-3 times a week. She recently completed her first half-marathon! She plays competitive tennis and loves enjoying the great outdoors whether it be skiing in the winter or walking in the summer.
Daniela is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council. She is a Member of the Institute of Osteopathy and a Member of the Sports Massage Association (MSMA). Daniela has Indemnity Insurance and holds a current DBS Enhanced Check.
Daniela is also a member of the Waltham Forest Osteopathic Group, a local network which provides monthly meetings with different speakers; she attends these meetings to keep abreast of latest clinical knowledge and awareness.