A pretty suburb in the London Borough of Barnet, Hendon is seven miles northwest of the centre of London. Home to the Royal Air Force Museum and leafy Hendon Park, its easy access to the M1 and Central London make it popular with commuters.
There are several osteopaths practising in the area, particularly in the north towards Finchley, treating pain caused by general wear and tear as well as sports injuries. Hendon and the surrounding area is well served by the Northern line, with most clinics accessible by public transport.
Established over 30 years ago, Sutherland House is conveniently located off Finchley Road, and boasts a dedicated and highly-skilled team specialising in a range of therapies, particularly cranial osteopathy.
Zones 3 and 4: Hendon
Zone 3: Brent Cross Zones 3 and 4: Hendon Central
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Metered street parking is widely available, although time restrictions vary. There are several pay and display car parks, including The Burroughs which has 50 spaces charged at a rate of £1.00 per half hour, and Brent Cross Shopping Centre, charging £5.20 for a whole day.