Christian graduated with a first class honours degree from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine in 2009 and has been successfully treating patients in the Teddington, Kingston and Hampton areas for 10 years. His classical style of osteopathy treatment incorporates a more gentle approach to the whole body.
Christian specialises in treatment involving neck pain, upper back/shoulder pain and sports injuries, but his vast experience has led him to treat patients of all ages with a wide range of different neuro-musculoskeletal conditions. A treatment with Christian may involve techniques such as soft tissue release (muscular, ligamentous, tendinous), joint mobilisations, manipulations, stretches and exercises.
Christian's main sporting focus is sprints but he has interests in many other sports which has allowed him to gain experience working with sports people of all activity levels. He is able to implement postural and biomechanical assessments, sports injury diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
Sabrina qualified in 2009 and her treatment approach incorporates a variety of osteopathic methods adjusted to suit each patient - from soft tissue techniques to joint manipulations.
She prefers to use western acupuncture (dry needling) to ease acute muscle spasms and muscle tension. She may also use supportive taping or Kinesio-taping to help with certain injuries.
During each treatment, ergonomic, postural, and exercise advice is usually given for the aftercare of treatment. Her special interests include treatment of back pain, pregnancy related issues, headaches and nerve impingements such as sciatica.
Sabrina has had her fair share of injuries and understands the frustrations as well as the importance of correct rehabilitation back into a sport. She keeps herself active by playing for the best local team - Teddington Ladies Rugby Club. She has been successfully treating patients in Kingston, Teddington, Ham and Hampton Court for 10 years.
George is a trained osteopath and sports massage therapist. This level of expertise allows George to advise the right course of treatment for injuries, whether it’s for osteopathy or massage, or referring on to another discipline.
George gained a Masters degree in Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy (formerly BSO) - one of the most prestigious and largest Osteopathic schools in Europe where, for the last two years, he worked in a busy clinic treating a variety of patients. He also spent time working in a busy GP surgery and a number of specialist clinics for chronic pain, the elderly, children and the homeless.
His holistic approach encompasses both treatment of the immediate pain and also the root cause, helping to restore the body to its optimum state of health.
With over ten years of experience in the bike industry, as well as being an avid cyclist himself, George has a keen interest in sporting injury rehabilitation. His Osteopathic experience coupled with rehabilitation for a number of personal injuries has resulted in a passion for helping his patients overcome injury as well as advising them on sports wellbeing.