11 Northumberland Place, Bath, BA1 5AR

01225 466 944


Osteopathy is a system of manual therapy which looks at you as a whole and explores the intimate relationship between the structures and function of all the tissues in your body. If the structure is not balanced and healthy, then its function may be affected.

The osteopathic principles are that the body is self-regulating, self-correcting and self-healing. Therefore physical imbalances and strains can impact on your body’s ability to maintain health. An osteopath I will look at the whole body’s pattern of function to help it find a more comfortable balance. (Sultana Khan)


Sultana qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1992 with a keen interest in using the cranial approach.
She pursued this further and has done several postgraduate courses with the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy, with whom she has been teaching over 10 years. She has also trained as a craniosacral therapist at the Karuna Institute. Over the years she has developed her own unique approach to treatment. She treats all ages, with a special passion for treating babies and children.Her patients may have short term or longstanding problems, and may be of any age; one of her special interest is treating babies and children.
” I believe that every patient needs an individual approach as they have a unique story that their body is holding. In treatment I try to listen and understand this story to help you and your body move forward to a place of improved health, mobility and wellbeing.”


Diploma in Craniosacral Therapy


Registered with the General Osteopathic Council
Member of the Institute of Osteopaths
Member of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy


Tuesday 12.45pm -5.00pm