Lynn Haller – Osteopath
Registered Osteopath, BA, DO, MSCC, POD
BA (honors) in Humanistic Psychology; DO
Lynn Haller is highly experienced in treating babies and children, and loves working with families, particularly around transitional periods such as pregnancy and birth. He is extremely skilled in treating problems relating to organ dysfunction.
He feels strongly that it is important to identify the health in an individual and to understand how health, in all of its inherent intelligence, is already attempting to resolve any given problem. If this can be listened to, one can find a way of assisting Nature’s power to overcome the problem being faced.
He enjoys that his patients bring him the most intricate puzzles where medical history and lifestyle and personality and accidents meet.
They challenge his intelligence and powers of perception. And maybe, with the correct effort, listening pays off in finding the correct presence, contact, pressure and movement, and something happens! Health gets restored. That is always great to see and be part of.
Lynn is a Trustee and Faculty member of Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy.
He has taught postgraduate courses in Cranial Osteopathy, Osteopathy Medicine, Pediatric Osteopathy and Osteopathic technique in this country and across Europe, in Sweden, Germany, Spain, Italy and Ireland.
Lynn is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of the Sutherland Cranial College (MSCC).