Functional medicine – looking for health

“What is functional medicine and how do you figure out what in my history is important?” This was a great question posed by my last patient on Friday as we started to delve back through his 50 year plus case ...
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Core Beliefs

Core Beliefs: On a wet October morning many moons ago, I found myself sitting in a run-down classroom in the basement of the London School of Osteopathy in Whitechapel. I was waiting with anticipation for my first ever osteopathy lecture. ...
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I love a good metaphor and I am going to borrow this one from Diane Lee to introduce my therapy toolbox to you. Your initial consultation is your wardrobe. We will combine your injury history, symptoms, movement assessment and hands-on ...
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Tattoos and muscle inhibition

Tattoos and muscle inhibition While the tattoo business is booming, it seems that many people are unaware of how tattoos can inhibit muscles and cause seemingly unrelated pain. I got my first tattoo aged 16, when the only people who ...
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Toe gripping

Toe gripping Hiding, camouflaged behind their leather casings, there are armies of feet toe gripping for dear life. Slip off your shoes and take a peak. Do you see feet that claw the ground? Maybe a hammer toe or two? ...
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Episiotomy scars, adductors and gait

What do episiotomy scars and groin strains both share in common (…and no this is not a christmas cracker joke!) The answer is the superficial perineal layer of the pelvic floor and in particular a narrow band of muscle called the superficial transverse perineal muscle. The Anatomy Hopefully you can make out from the doodle above … Read more

Lotus pose and the meniscus

Having just finished teaching anatomy to a fantastic bunch of soon to be practicing yoga teachers, I have been inspired to finish 2016 with a series of articles covering some of the more frequent yoga injuries I get to see in clinic. I hope that even if you do not practice yoga you will find the thought … Read more

Back pain

Explaining back pain

This rather awesome video was created by Dr. Mike Evans and the Government of Ontario. It sums up what is going on with back pain beautifully and simply. If you suffer or have suffered with back pain take the time out to watch this as it will really help put your mind at ease.

back anatomy

Getting to know your back anatomy 101

When I ask people in clinic to point out where their back is I get a variety of responses starting from the neck, down to the pelvis and anywhere in between. To most the spine is a blurry picture of a structure that sits some where between our head and hips. If it is not painful … Read more

3 ways to give frozen shoulder the cold shoulder

Frozen shoulder (or as it is clinically called adhesive capsulitis) is a debilitating condition that severely limits movement around the shoulder joint. As the capsule around the joint thickens muscles can become weak and strained and we end up in a vicious cycle of moving less and less, which in turn makes the shoulder more … Read more

Walking Away From Back Pain

An interesting case in clinic yesterday. A lady was suffering with back pain on extension in her yoga practice, she also had a history of a now resolved frozen shoulder on her right. It was a bit of a head scratcher at first, so we went back. Why the frozen shoulder? “I don’t suppose the … Read more

My mentor and friend

Every now and again they break the mould when it comes to creating humanity. Sue Freeman not only broke it, she shattered it into tiny little pieces. I met her when I was a smooth fresh faced 18 year old. The world was full of potential and  unexplored adventures. I had just moved up to … Read more

Biceps tendon

The biceps tendon

Time to geek talk biomechanics and the spotlight is on the joint we all love to hate the shoulder and in particular the biceps tendon. As joints go this is one of the most mobile in the body. Take your arm and swing it in a big arc, scratch your back and reach up and … Read more

Live in the moment

“Live in the moment it’s the only reality you have”

“Live in the moment it’s the only reality you have.” In some shape or form this sentence has sat on my shoulder for most of my life, leading me down the road to some incredible life experiences and also some dark and dismal dead ends. Either outcome, life is never boring and when it is I … Read more

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ServiceTime Approx.Price
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Follow-up Appointment1 Hour£50
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ServiceTime Approx.Price
Initial Consultation, Treatment & Bespoke Movement Plan (recommended)2 Hours£135
1 Hour Initial Consultation 1 Hour£90
Follow-up Appointment1 Hour£90
2 Hour Follow-up Treatment2 Hours£135
Hypnotherapy 1 Hour£90
Personal Training (gym members only)1 Hour£70