Everything hurts / nothing hurts

Sometimes the most interesting patients I see aren’t actually in pain!

They may have other problems – for example, they feel “wonky” or “out of alignment”, or they are experiencing “brain fog”. Or they may be experiencing problems as a result of being hypermobile or stiff, or have chronic issues due to genetic issues such as dysplasia (shallow joints).

On the flip side (or possibly just further along the spectrum from the “wonky” people) are the patients who have pain all over, and who haven’t managed to find anyone who can help them.

I also treat people with physical restrictions following surgery – for example, working with scar tissue after breast cancer.

I can’t promise that I can help; but I have a variety of treatment techniques up my sleeve (including training in craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation) and this often allows me to help people recover some or all of their quality of life, in some unexpected ways. And I do like a challenge! I also have a relatively “outside the box” way of looking at the body, which can sometimes lead to some interesting breakthroughs.

Please have a look at my case studies for examples of people I’ve managed to help with unusual problems!


What the doctors say...


What the doctors say...

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(online treatment still available)

The Prime Minister’s announcement on 1 Nov was clear that medical services should continue, and that people who need medical appointments should continue to attend them. Therefore the clinic will remain open, with everything wipe-clean and COVID-safe.

"Virtual first" continues...

However, the current government advice is that I have to see patients online before I can see you in clinic, and that I should only see you face to face (or mask to mask!) if we both agree that the benefits of hands-on treatment outweigh the risks of coronavirus transmission.  If hands-on treatment is not the most appropriate option for you, then I will continue to offer online treatment for the foreseeable future.

So please call my team on 0207 175 0150 and book your physio appointment as usual – or to read more about the COVID-safe measures we’re taking, please click the button to continue reading.