About The Practitioner

Lyndsy Mills' Experience

About Lyndsy Lyndsy graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2009. Prior to this she trained at the London School of Contemporary Dance and worked as a professional dancer in London for ten years, including a number of TV, film and music video credits.

Due to her background in dance and movement, Lyndsy has a keen interest in rehabilitation and is a certified Pilates instructor from the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute and Polestar Pilates, both in matwork and studio equipment. Lyndsy also has further post graduate training in western medical acupuncture and a diploma in sports massage along with a PGCert in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary University in London. Modules studied included podiatry and biomechanics, sports injury assessment and treatment.

Lyndsy has had more than 8 years of experience treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal complaints in various settings from GP surgeries, Pilates studios, ballet schools, private physiotherapy/osteopathy clinics and multidisciplinary practices across London and the South East. Lyndsy enjoys seeing patients from all walks of life and believes in treating the whole person instead of just the diagnosis. Lyndsy works with her patients to find the underlying cause of the problem and helps her patients to understand this to avoid reoccurring episodes and chonicity. Lyndsy uses a variety of osteopathic techniques that include safe joint mobilisation and manipulation, soft tissue and fascial release techniques, medical acupuncture and cranial approaches.

Lyndsy is married and recently moved to Godalming after 22 years of living and working in central London. Now enjoying a more relaxed and slower pace of life, Lyndsy still finds time to attend ballet classes, Pilates and yoga regularly.

Associations and Societies Lyndsy is a member of

Lyndsy is also listed on the medical practitioner's directory for DanceUk which offers advice and information on health, fitness and injury prevention for dancers, both for recreational dancers and for those in vocational training and working professionally.