Peter graduated from the London School of Osteopathy and works in several practices across London including the Moorgate and Victoria branches of the Light Centre and his own clinic in Earl’s Court.
His approach to treatment is to provide Total Healthcare and offer a more extensive and holistic approach for his clients and patients. To this end, Peter has completed training in Western Medical acupuncture, myofascial release techniques and functional movement as well as completing apprenticeships in Japanese Seitai bodywork.
Peter is accomplished in all aspects of osteopathy and rehabilitation with specialities in upper back, neck and shoulder pain caused by postural office sitting, sports injuries and foot pain including plantar fasciitis.
Peter’s clients include professional sports people including several Premier League footballers, boxers and golf players, musicians from the Royal London Orchestra and students from the English National Ballet. He is the current osteopath of The Jitsu Foundation and has previously been a faculty member of the London School of Osteopathy.
Outside of clinic, Peter teaches Thai and western boxing to amateurs and semi-professionals, he also avidly practices pilates and occasionally hobbies as a surfing instructor in the summer months.
Areas of Special Interest:
- Back and Neck Pain
- Professional and Amateur Sport Injuries
- Feet Pain including plantar fasciitis
- Headache, Migraines and Jaw pain including TMJ dysfunctions.
Katie is an award winning Osteopath who received a distinction in her Master’s of Osteopathy and Diploma of Naturopathy from the British College of Medicine. Katie has experience working with a variety of patients and conditions, incorporating manual therapy with exercise prescription and dietary advice for a holistic approach to health and wellness. Katie has a special interest in maternal health and paediatrics and is currently completing a postgraduate qualification at the Osteopathic Children’s Centre to further her clinical skill.
Areas of special interest:
- Paediatrics and new borns
- Migraines and headaches
- Neck pain
- Maternal health.
Rachel graduated from the University College of Osteopathy with a distinction in her Masters of Osteopathy. She has experience treating a variety of patients and conditions ranging from sports related injuries to musculoskeletal pregnancy pains and chronic pain conditions. She has a special interest in the pregnancy period and women’s health conditions. She aims to restore function and quality of life by using a variety of techniques to aid balance in the body.
Areas of special interest:
- Pregnancy – including pelvic girdle pain
- Shoulder conditions
- Women’s health conditions
- Chronic pain
Sean graduated from Sports Therapy UK and has received training in acupressure (and shiatsu) as well as strapping and tapping. Sean has worked in event cover for several years providing pre and post competition massage, tapping and injury management advice, as well as providing first aid provisions.
Sean’s background in Psychology and Sports science has helped him develop a good understanding of the complexity of injuries and pain and the healing processes of the body.
With additional experience in coaching and personal training Sean’s approach incorporates all the knowledge and experience into a complete health model, aiming to address physical and mental wellbeing, helping develop resilience and provide preemptive advice.
Over the year Sean has worked with a wide range of athletes, including national level rowers, runners, boxers and cross fit athletes and rock climbers.
Sean trains and teaches Jui-Jitsu, Thai boxing, as well as enjoying cycling and yoga when time allows.
David Nicholas , Chartered Physiotherapist.
David brings a wealth of physiotherapist experience to the team having worked extensively with professional weight lifting and rugby teams.
He works with all musculoskeletal conditions, such as pain in the back, neck, shoulders and knees, as well as work-related and sports injuries.
He specialises in using strength training as way to help people, whether you’re a competitive athlete or someone just thinking about getting fitter.