Bradford Baby-Net was originally formed as a collaboration between Growing Needs and Church Street Practice in Bradford on Avon. With the closure of Growing Needs, the courses were suspended pending a new venue. Osteopaths from the Sunrise Osteopathic Clinic for Kids (S.O.C.K.) invite other local experts to join them in helping to deliver the post-natal course.
Christian Sullivan, Osteopath,
graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1989 and is the founder of the Church Street Practice and the Sunrise Osteopathic Clinic for Kids. He is an associate faculty member of the Sutherland Cranial College, and a faculty member of Dr James Jealous’s international osteopathic teaching program. He teaches worldwide to osteopaths, and has a passion for promoting the softer treatment approaches of “cranial” and functional osteopathy. He also gives regular public talks on osteopathy to families in Wiltshire and beyond.
Mary Monro, Osteopath,
graduated from the BSO in 1999, winning the Silver Medal as best student in her year. She has post-graduate qualifications in cranial osteopathy and a Masters in Paediatric Osteopathy from the Osteopathic Centre for Children. She is a Member of the Sutherland Cranial College, British Osteopathic Association and Sutherland Society. As well as treating people, she also treats horses and dogs.
Melanie is an experienced mum and paediatric nurse. She qualified in Australia as a Registered Nurse in 1999. Since then she has worked in both Australia and the UK as a Children’s Nurse specialising in the care of infants and toddlers. She has also worked as a maternity nurse and nanny in London. Most recently she has been working as a Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing. Melanie has vast experience of working with families and has an innate understanding of the postnatal period.