Dr. Sal Baradhi is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, and a full member of the Institute of Osteopathy and the Scottish Osteopathic Society.
With his first love being medicine, Sal graduated as a medical doctor (M.D.) in 1996. From there he continued on to further training in general medicine and paediatrics within busy NHS hospitals in London. Having being introduced to osteopathy previously and been greatly impressed by its philosophy, osteopathy became his second love and he decided to focus his career in this area by undertaking further study at The College of Osteopaths in London, graduating in 2001.
Since then he has gained vast experience working as an associate osteopath in a variety of clinics and settings within London and Cambridgeshire. He was also involved in teaching at the Middlesex University College of Osteopaths, where he was a lecturer for osteopathic students before his move to Scotland.
Sal’s move from London to Broughty Ferry in Dundee came in 2006 when he was given the opportunity to take over as a principal osteopath following the retirement of the previous principal Mr. Neil Falconer who established the clinic here in 1976. He is now happy and settled here with his family in Dundee and continues to provide high quality osteopathic treatment to the local community as well as to those who come from further afield. The majority of patients who visit the clinic come from personal recommendation or via referrals from local GPs and healthcare services.
Sal is passionate about his work and maintaining the integrity of the osteopathic discipline. He is also in the privileged position of being able to bring his medical training and osteopathic skills together within an independent practice where he can focus his time and energy on ensuring that the local community can benefit from osteopathic medicine as an adjunct to the care they receive from local NHS services. Sal works to complement NHS services where possible to ensure you receive the most holistic, comprehensive and appropriate care.