Please note that we are on the 3rd floor, and unfortunately there is no lift.

Covid: Please cancel your appointment if you develop any symptoms such as a cough or fever. We are unable to see patients who are isolating or in quarantine following travel. We ask all patients to wear a mask during treatment as we are a healthcare facility with close contact services.

NHS workers receive 20% off of all face to face Osteopathy appointments.

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a hands-on approach to healthcare that involves the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Osteopaths look at the body holistically i.e. assessment and treatment is not isolated to the area thats painful, but looks at how movement and function of the rest of the body has influenced the development of pain and maintained it, thus restoring balance to... Read More

Osteopathy is a hands-on approach to healthcare that involves the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Osteopaths look at the body holistically i.e. assessment and treatment is not isolated to the area thats painful, but looks at how movement and function of the rest of the body has influenced the development of pain and maintained it, thus restoring balance to the body's musculoskeletal system.

Treatment involves combinations of manual therapy techniques, such as stretching, massage, mobilisations and manipulations with the purpose of restoring joint mobility, relieving muscular tension and enhancing the blood and nerve supply to tissues. Your Osteopath will likely give advice on posture and exercise to aid recovery, promote health and prevent reccurence of symptoms.

Osteopaths are primary health care practitioners and you do not need a referral from your GP to receive Osteopathic treatment. Osteopathy is recommended by NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence).


Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a targeted massage treatment, focusing on treating injuries, niggles or problem areas identified by the client. Sports massage involves firm soft tissue work such as trigger point release, but can also involve active and passive stretching techniques to achieve improvements in flexibility and muscle tightness. As your therapist will be working on an injury or perhaps something... Read More

Sports Massage is a targeted massage treatment, focusing on treating injuries, niggles or problem areas identified by the client. Sports massage involves firm soft tissue work such as trigger point release, but can also involve active and passive stretching techniques to achieve improvements in flexibility and muscle tightness. As your therapist will be working on an injury or perhaps something like posture, you may expect a brief assessment to enable the massage therapist to identify areas that require more attention.

Sports massage is not just for those involved in fitness and sport! It can be enjoyed by anybody who is wanting to work on a particular issue. It is however beneficial in terms of injury prevention and pre and post event, to complement training, aid performance and recovery.


Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage uses firm pressure to work on muscles, reducing overall tightness and tension. Pressure tends to start lighter to warm up your muscles, and builds as the massage progresses, using slow deep strokes to target deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. Deep tissue massage reduces stiffness, treats muscle pain and improves blood flow. It is both relaxing and remedial, yo... Read More

Deep tissue massage uses firm pressure to work on muscles, reducing overall tightness and tension. Pressure tends to start lighter to warm up your muscles, and builds as the massage progresses, using slow deep strokes to target deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue.

Deep tissue massage reduces stiffness, treats muscle pain and improves blood flow. It is both relaxing and remedial, you may find your therapist spends more time on areas of more tension e.g. around your neck and shoulder blades.


Osteopathy / Massage Combination

This appointment type is only available to patients who have already seen a member of our team for Osteopathy at the clinic.

Have your normal 30 minute follow-up osteopathy appointment followed by a half hour massage add-on.


The Mummy MOT® Postnatal Check

A Mummy MOT® is a specialist postnatal examination for women, following both vaginal and C-section deliveries. The consultation involves an assessment of your posture, pelvic floor muscles and abdominal muscles to see how they are recovering after birth, as well as screening for any bowel, bladder or sexual dysfunction. Your Mummy MOT® practitioner will provide you clinical postnatal care, incl... Read More

A Mummy MOT® is a specialist postnatal examination for women, following both vaginal and C-section deliveries. The consultation involves an assessment of your posture, pelvic floor muscles and abdominal muscles to see how they are recovering after birth, as well as screening for any bowel, bladder or sexual dysfunction. Your Mummy MOT® practitioner will provide you clinical postnatal care, including functional exercises and treatment to help with your recovery. The Mummy MOT® is appropriate for any woman who has given birth and is still suffering, no matter how long ago.


Telehealth

Assessment, examination and treatment for your musculoskeletal injury, online from the comfort of your own home. Your injury can be managed remotely through the correct advice, load management and graded prescriptive exercise rehabilitation, tailored to you by a registered Osteopath.


Gait Analysis for Injury

Our gait and biomechanical analysis service is suitable for any runners who are struggling with recurrent or acute niggles or injuries. Please note this is to help specifically with pains and injury rather than speed. Prior to your video appointment, we will ask you to send us video footage of you running - either outside or on a treadmill, from varying angles. Your video consultation with ... Read More

Our gait and biomechanical analysis service is suitable for any runners who are struggling with recurrent or acute niggles or injuries. Please note this is to help specifically with pains and injury rather than speed.

Prior to your video appointment, we will ask you to send us video footage of you running - either outside or on a treadmill, from varying angles. Your video consultation with us will involve a biomechanical screen, discussion of your gait analysis findings and a recommendation of gait retraining cues and stretches/strengthening to assist you with your injury.

“With my massage practice running alongside studies in osteopathy, I apply a range of remedial and deep tissue techniques to alleviate stress and tension which builds up during physical activity and everyday life. I provide both sports massage - targeting specific parts of the body or injuries; and deep tissue massage, using similar pressure but addressing tension or stress across the whole body.

Originally training in contemporary dance, I also play netball, football and swim, and have practiced yoga for over a decade, so I know how valuable moving is for both mind and body. I prioritise keeping you moving where possible, and aim to empower every client with deepened understanding of their own bodies, with personalised treatments and plans for recovery, mobilisation and healing outside of the clinic. I enjoy working will all kinds of clients - from office workers, parents, individuals with chronic pain, athletes and dancers - and will always target treatments to meet your particular needs.”

Bella is available on Wednesdays at Balanced Osteopathy

“With my massage practice running alongside studies in osteopathy, I apply a range of remedial an... Read More

Please note that Rebecca will be on Maternity leave from October 25th 2021

“I trained as an Osteopath at Oxford Brookes University, where I obtained my first class honours degree in Osteopathy. I currently practice as both an Osteopath and Sports Massage therapist, registered with the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy and set up Balanced Osteopathy in October of 2014.

For me, osteopathy is about identifying musculoskeletal imbalances and altered biomechanics that have built up over time and led to injury. I treat in a structural way to restore balance to the whole body and reduce pain, and believe that an important part of what I do is educating people about how their own body works and what tweaks can be made to their normal routine to prevent recurrence of injury e.g changing running style, specific strength work or adjusting a desk set up!

I enjoy working with a variety of different clients and have experience treating a spectrum of musculoskeletal complaints. My passion for rehabilitation has resulted in a special focus on treating runners injuries, as well as a keen interest in pre and post-natal treatment.”

Rebecca is available Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at Balanced Osteopathy

Please note that Rebecca will be on Maternity leave from October 25th 2021 “I trained as an Oste... Read More

Concetta graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (Bcom) and works currently as both an Osteopath around London and as a lecturer for the Bcom teaching team. She enjoys climbing, weight lifting and boxing regularly. Concetta has worked extensively with a variety of sports injuries, particularly climbing related injuries.

Her interests are constantly evolving, but include chronic pain, headaches, stress, pelvic dysfunctions and TMJ issues; the psychological impact of trauma, PTSD and overall mental health problems on pain and injuries; the impact of nutritional imbalances, poor breathing, gut symptoms on health, work related body postures and compensatory mechanisms leading to dysfunction and discomfort.

Concetta’s approach to Osteopathy varies depending on the individual, but can involve structural work on joints/muscles, medical acupuncture, breathing work, mind-body muscles work, proprioception and interoception work, visceral osteopathy, pelvic assessments and movement therapy.

Concetta graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (Bcom) and works currently as... Read More

“I studied at the University College of Osteopathy, receiving a Master’s degree with distinction. I am a registered Osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy; a qualified sports massage therapist and certified in functional rehabilitation techniques.

My strengths lie in structural treatment techniques and personalised management advice, in order to enable patients to support their own healing. My clinical experience has allowed me to work with a diverse patient population including individuals suffering from chronic pain and persons with complex rheumatological presentations.

As a runner and cyclist, I understand the joy and demand that endurance exercise puts on the body and specialise in treating sports-related injuries. I enjoy combining my personal experience in sports with my professional understanding to optimise the health and recovery of patients.”

Emilie is available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Balanced Osteopathy

“I studied at the University College of Osteopathy, receiving a Master’s degree with distinction.... Read More

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