Lund Osler: a destination for total health

W1 Magazine sat down for an exclusive chat with Dr Surinder Hundle, Principal Clinician at Lund Osler, to find out more

Today I got an insight into a company which loves to innovate. Lund Osler prides itself on offering a first class service in achieving the healthiest teeth. That means a range of dental solutions specifically tailored to both adults and children. The possibilities are literally dazzling, with teeth whitening, white fillings, implants, braces, oral hygiene treatments and pretty much all the other ingredients you can think of in the recipe for fantastic-looking teeth. But it also seeks to maximise wellbeing by synchronising the person, the mind and the environment via an expanding range of alternative therapies, soon to include massages, reflexology and stone therapies.

Lund Osler also means the best skin. Where dermal health is concerned, among the range of exciting options now or soon to be available are an array of non-surgical procedures including botox, dermal fillers, pouting lip fillers, facial resculpting, facial rejuvenation and laser hair removal. Lund Osler also has world-renowned permanent makeup artist Dunja Ghag on the team, a veteran from the world of TV and film who offers the perfect solution to those who want to be admired for their eyes and lips but are busy mums and/or professionals without the time to constantly reapply makeup. It also perfect for people who are worried about facial asymmetries. It's referred to as the 3D Range and gives a more real yet also effortlessly glamorous look to eyelashes, brows and lips.

The key to the company's growing customer base is flexibility: they pick the best and most passionate clinicians from junior level right up to senior level, with over twenty of years of experience, and operate the latest equipment and technology. This variety means treatments are available to suit all price ranges with the highest quality at every level. If you have a specific treatment in mind, both surgical and non-surgical experts are available to meet your requirements. It's what Dr Hundle calls a menu within a menu of options. And Lund Osler will make sure you are looked after from beginning to end.

The word this company likes to use is journey: the team at Lund Osler work closely together and thats a vital part of gaining the trust of its clients, forming a relationship which allows them to journey together to overcome the barriers to good health. Whether a customer visits for one particular item or a number of times to achieve continuous long term wellbeing, the end result is the same: a tangible step by them, and in many cases their family members as clients too, on the path to better long term health.

Why does all this matter so much to Dr Hundle? He explains that in a stressful city like London, Lund Osler acts as a sanctuary and the perfect place to lose your stress. It comes from the guarantee of one-to-one service, a devotion to the customer experience and the space and time to ensure all treatments are therapeutic and relaxed. All the clinicians give great attention to customer service with the specific aim of allowing those they're seeing to get away enjoying the experience both of their treatment and the ointment to their inner being. What that means in reality is a full care package of nothing but the best service which is tailored to clinical, lifestyle, personal and emotional needs.

Lund Osler's work has notched up appearances on everything from BBC Radio to Channel 4's 10 Years Younger and its blend of science, technology and art is loved by top designers and TV celebrities alike. But its clinicians are also there for the regular guy or gal who just don't feel happy or who gets nervous about medical treatment. This all comes in a pleasant environment with opening hours to suit the customer in today's busy world.

Visit the website at www.lundosler.com today to see a range of special offers and to find out more about the right choice for you!
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Lund Osler: a destination for total health

W1 Magazine sat down for an exclusive chat with Dr Surinder Hundle, Principal Clinician at Lund Osler, to find out more

Today I got an insight into a company which loves to innovate. Lund Osler prides itself on offering a first class service in achieving the healthiest teet...

According the British Heart Foundation (BHF), only 38 per cent of Brits would be motivated to do more exercise if their life depended on it. This leaves a shocking 62 per cent who would rather put their life at risk by staying inactive. Shocking statistics show someone dies every 15 minutes as a direct result of physical inactivity, which shows that it is one of the heart's worst enemies. Currently, only a third of Brits achieve the minimum recommended amount of exercise every day. These shocking results have led BHF to launch a major new campaign hoping to encourage more people to become physically active. The Beat campaign, which includes an interactive website, a podcast and a free motivational text message service, offers inspirational ideas to get you off the sofa and moving in the right direction towards a healthier heart. It will highlight that upping the tempo of your heartbeat for 30 minutes a day will reduce your risk of heart disease by half. Dr Mike Knapton, director of prevention and care at the BHF, says, "This is a deadly serious issue. With our busy lifestyles and labour-saving devices, we've stopped getting the exercise our bodies desperately need. "For many people, exercise has become an ugly word, something to avoid at all costs, but you'd be amazed how easy it is to up the tempo of your heartbeat. "Just 30 minutes a day will do you and your heart the world of good. The BHF is trying to show people that it can be fun too." The YouGov poll of more than 2,100 UK adults shows that brisk walking is the nation's favourite way of getting exercise, with over a quarter of Brits favouring the activity over dancing, swimming or going to the gym. TV presenter Julia Bradbury (Watchdog, Wainwright's Walks, Climb Britain) is a keen walker. She says, "To keep your heart healthy, regular exercise is vital. If you can't build in a rigorous time consuming exercise regime then you need to work exercise into your daily life. "Walking is a great way to keep fit. I walk wherever I can, whenever I can. My recent fell-walks through the beautiful Lake District were uplifting for both body and mind. I even overcame my fear of heights to attempt rock climbing and that really got my heart beating. "But it doesn't have to be scary. You can increase your heartbeat with anything from gardening to housework. Go on, give it a go and you'll find out just how easy it is." The minimum recommendation for good health is 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity five times a week. However, the BHF encourage people to do more than this by keeping active every day and at a higher intensity where possible. The minimum 30 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity can be broken in to two 15 minute sessions, if that makes it easier to fit in with your lifestyle. The activity should make you feel warmer and breathe harder if it's to benefit your heart. You can work out harder than this for even more health benefits. Visit BHF's website to get inspired and get active (bhf.org.uk/thebeat). Take The Beat questionnaire online to see how you fare on the exercise stakes and find out what your goal should be. Picture caption: A frightening amount of people ignore the health risks of inactivity and wile away their free time on the sofa.
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According the British Heart Foundation (BHF), only 38 per cent of Brits would be motivated to do more exercise if their life depended on it. This leaves a shocking 62 per cent who would rather put their life at risk by staying inactive. Shocking statistics show someone dies every 15 minutes as a direct result of physical inactivity, which ...
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