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How do I find the best osteopath in London?
You might have a friend, who has good experiences with their osteopath, and if you are looking for an osteopath in London this is often the most reliable way.
Social media is also a good indicator for how to find your best osteopath in London.
We have around four hundred 5 star reviews on Google, and these are from genuinely happy clients who are happy to give our osteopaths their recommendation – we do not give any incentives for a nice review, but we strive very hard to maintain a high level of osteopathic care.
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a manual therapy utilising a mixture of techniques including the osteopaths adjustments – which are fast but gentle joint releases, making a little audible pop.
People of all ages who suffer from pain, tackling complaints ranging from sports and work-related injuries to arthritis, sciatica and migraine visit an osteopath.
The osteopath’s role is to improve the patient’s function and mobility and often pain is instantly alleviated althoiugh more than one treatment is often needed.
Visiting our osteopaths, you will be treated from 3 basic principles:
1) Your body is a whole and must be regarded and treated as such.
2) Your body’s structure and function are mutually interdependent , so we help the structure to function better.
3) Your body can under the right conditions heal itself and this is what we aim to facilitate with our treatments and advice.
Physio Treatment by Ange
During my business trip to London, I twisted my back and was in pain. I found Central London Osteopathy and got an appointment just a couple of hours later. I was referred to Ange who treated me very professionally in such a way that may back was much better after the session. He has a very good understanding of the body and knew exactly what to do. I definitively can recommend Ange and the osteopathy
Outstanding clinic. I have been seeing Torben and Stephanie for 18+ months. Their combined expertise helped me overcome a long-term back/hip issue, and uncovered the source of the problem almost immediately after more than 10 years of seeking treatment elsewhere. On-going treatment with Stephanie has been an absolute game-changer, and has allowed me to get back into weight training pain free. Can not recommend highly enough!
Neck Pain Treatment
Amazing team, very very good at sports or pain relief both for massages and osteopathy. i wont go anywhere else
Anna Friel Recommends
"The only man who touches my back (when there are problems) is Torben. He is THE BEST. When I was told my back would take 2 weeks to fix - Torben had me on my feet in 2 days.
Back and Neck Injury
Just came back from a treatment at Central London Osteopathy this morning... yet AGAIN they've taken me from zero mobility to completely normal... I can't recommend this clinic more....C.L.O. is a life saver!
The best clinic in London- I wouldn’t put my trust anywhere else. Whatever back problem you have - it’s always fixed and whenever it’s an emergency they do their best to fit you in ASAP. Excellent service from start to finish.
Osteopaths in Central London Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
Torben Hersborg, osteopath in London
Torben Hersborg, principal osteopath, founded the Central London Osteopathy and Sports Injury Clinics in 1991. His great insight into sports injuries comes from 45 years of competitive judo, 5th in the 2002 World Masters Championship.
He specializes in sports injuries and sports performance enhancement for the elite competitor as well as structural treatment for acute pain and long term conditions. He likes cases that have so far been resistant to treatment.
Patients have come from around the World to see him and flown him to most Continents as well. They include numerous World- and Olympic Champions, Oscar Winners and Top Performers.
In the last many years there has been an increasing demand for Torben’s treatment of voice problems for singers and actors and he has been called out to give pre-consert treatments for some of the biggest rock singers in history alongside numerous other World renowned singers and actors.
Torben is registered with all the major private health insurances – except BUPA and AXA/PPP who since 2016/7 reduced benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them.
Torben gives seminars to fellow osteopaths in London and abroad, please read more here about seminars on sports osteopathy
Diluka Perera, osteopath, cranial osteopath, baby osteopathy
Diluka Perera, osteopath: Qualified from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 2003.
Diluka’s treatments consist of structural osteopathy and can involve cranial osteopathy, visceral osteopathy, naturopathy and nutrition. She also has interest and experience in treating children and babies.
Diluka is registered with all the major private health insurances – except BUPA and AXA/PPP who since 2016/7 reduced benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them.
Michael Snell, osteopath in London
Michael Snell, osteopath graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2014 with a Masters degree in osteopathy.
Michael played football to a professional level at Dagenham and Redbridge Football Club and Thurrock Football Club and is currently 1st team osteopath to Great Baddow Football Club.
He spent a year with the Osteopathic Sports Care Association (OSCA) working with GB and Olympic athletes and professional sports clubs including Bath Rugby Club and West Ham United Football Club.
Michael uses a hands-on structural approach and with a background in treating professional sportspeople his aim is to get you pain free as quickly as possible.
In addition to specialising in sporting injuries Michael spent two years in Chiropractic qualifying in Chiropractic BioPhysics and advanced X-ray analysis.
Michael is registered with all the major private health insurance companies – except BUPA and AXA/PPP who since 2016/7 reduced benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them
Fabio Basile, osteopath in London
Fabio Basile, Osteopath and Manual Therapist:
Apart from working at the Central London Osteopathy and Sports injury Clinic, Fabio is since 2013 the osteopath for the Italian Olympic rowing team, which is regarded as one of the best teams in the World, treating Olympic medallists, senior, U23 and junior athletes during the Italian camp and world championships.
Fabio has a dual registration as an osteopath in 2 countries: Italy and UK.He has experience with different acute and chronic symptoms, from children to elderly.
His particular interest is sports osteopathy: rowing, running, cycling, kite-surfing surfing, swimming, soccer, volleyball, basketball, weight lifting and fitness activities.
Fabio might use kinesio-taping in his osteopathy treatments.
He is a researcher in reliability of osteopathic tests, with 2 international publications – and he is lecturer at some osteopathic, physiotherapy and medical conferences. Fabio has achieved an MSc in Sports and Exercise therapy.
Fabio has been teaching for several years and his osteopathic therapy is based on structural adjustments, visceral and cranio-sacral principles and it is continuously combined with techniques and therapies, such as kinesio-taping and postural-stretching advices. He is aware of differential diagnosis and medical conditions thanks to his first-hand experience with different GPs, specialists and medical teams.
You wil find him empathetic and caring, open-minded and ready to help anybody. Patients often feel a relief of pain even after the first treatment and a clear treatment plan will be presented and discussed throughout the therapy.Fabio combines his osteopathy with several years experience as exercise therapist and personal trainer.
Fabio is registered with all the major private health insurance companies – except BUPA and AXA/PPP who since 2016/7 reduced benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them
Chiara Paolillo, osteopath in London:
Chiara Paolillo, osteopath in London:
Chiara graduated from Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia (ISO Milan) with a B.Sc. Honours in Osteopathy validated by the University of Wales,
She is a registered osteopath in both Italy and the UK and she has a keen interest in sports osteopathy as she appreciates its role in preventing trauma as well as treating injuries.
She enjoys treating patients at all stages in life, combining a wide variety of structural, cranial and visceral techniques in order to achieve the best outcome for her patient. She also incorporates the use of Kinesiotaping and Dry needling in her treatments as well as advice on lifestyle, posture and rehabilitation exercises to achieve the best recovery.
Chiara is registered with all the major private health insurance companies – except BUPA and AXA/PPP who since 2016/7 reduced benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them
David Canevaro, osteopath in London and pilates instructor:
David Canevaro, Osteopath in London
David Canevaro BSc Hons osteopathy, Polestar Pilates and APPI Clinical Pilates instructor,
ITEC remedial and sports massage therapist and western acupuncturist.
David specialises in the osteopathic treatment of sports injuries and other related musculoskeletal conditions.
With a background in osteopathy, chiropractic, acupuncture, sports massage, and dance, David has a unique approach and knowledge of soft tissue manipulation, trigger point release and sports injury rehabilitation.
David is a Polestar Pilates teacher and a former Australian Physiotherapy Pilates institute trainer. He has worked as a lecturer and clinic supervisor for the British School of Osteopathy and BCOM, two of the most respected osteopathic schools in the world.
David also specialises in acupuncture, gait analysis, and clinical Pilates, where Pilates is combined with osteopathy to treat a whole variety of conditions and injuries.
David has named is own unique approach to rehabilitation osteolates.
Osteolates is a fusion of osteopathy and clinical pilates.
David also collaborates with Dr Ron McCulloch a specialist in Biomechanical assessments.
His knowledge in exercise prescription allows David to provide is patients with tailored rehabilitation programs.
Ange-Elie Ramavelo, osteopath and physiotherapist in London
Andreas Deman, osteopath.
Coming from a background of both sports and engineering, Andreas completed his Integrated Masters in Osteopathy at the ESO, Kent.
During his time in London, he has had the opportunity to learn from the best in their field which has helped him to develop into the practitioner he is today. He prides himself putting classical osteopathic technique and philosophy in a modern setting by integrating current research and therapies into his treatment plans. This allows him to optimise healing and improve recovery times.
Alongside his hours in the clinic, Andreas is also further specialising in a Masters in Sport & Exercise Medicine at QMUL. He attaches great value to thoroughness and efficiency, and aims to optimise this even more with the aid of this course.
He finds it of the utmost importance patients understand what goes on in their body and is a true believer of giving back the control and confidence for optimal recovery. With over 8+ years experience in strength training and 4+ years of triathlon under his belt, he finds exercise therapy an important tool to rehabilitation and recovery.
Well-travelled globally, he finds excitement in immersing himself in new environments, from the bushmen in Tanzania to the work-ethics in central Tokyo. Being fluent in English, Dutch and French, it will be most likely you will be able to speak a language with him close to your heart.
In his sparetime Andreas is an electronic music producer, percussionist, pianist and guitarist, and finds peace in drawing and meditation.
ExerciseTherapy (strength, rehabilitative, cardio)
Western Medical Acupuncture (Dry needling)
Currently not available at the clinic:
(Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy, Class-IV therapeutic Laser, IDD therapy, Spinal Mobiliser, Infra-redlight therapy)
Andreas is registered with all the major private health insurance companies – except BUPA and AXA/PPP who since 2016/7 reduced benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them.
Andreas Deman, osteopath, baby osteopathy
Ange-Elie Ramavelo, osteopath and physiotherapist in London:
His favourite conditions and methods of osteopathy and physiotherapy:
1- Neck/shoulders and low back/pelvis chronic pain
2- Massage induced muscle relaxation combined with specific and adapted home stretchings for areas of tightness
3- Post traumatic/surgery rehabilitation
4- Advanced spinal manipulations, Kinesiotaping and Dry needling
Ange-Elie is a therapist with 3 MA’s, one in Sports Sciences and the second in Physiotherapy and functional rehabilitation, the third in osteopathy. He obtained them with honours, and has a strong knowledge in applied anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and nutrition. Sportsman since little, he tried himself many activities such as athletics, gymnastics, motocross, dance, yoga and Pilates. His main sport, though, is football, and he plays at a semi-professional level, understanding therefore the sports world and expectations as well as the setbacks/injuries through his own experiences.
“I would say my approach starts with listening, whether it is verbal or non-verbal, the body itself gives a lot of information.
As a part of my observation, I will evaluate your posture, the relative position of the different segments of your spine while resting, standing and in movement and the function of your main area of concern.
While treating, I use and induce motion as a main tool to show the right healing direction to your body. This could be done through adjustments, mobilizations, rehabilitation exercises, muscle release and stretches or proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitations techniques. The aim will be to raise your body awareness, giving back to your body its proper postural harmony and function. Complementary techniques can involve kinesiotaping, acupuncture, myofascial work, trigger point techniques, positional release.
I know the body is organised in muscular chains, hence the root of your problem can be somewhere else than your main area of concern. Also, prevention and well-being is very important to me and I will gladly appreciate any discussion about meditation, breathing, training and least but not last stretching.”
Ange is registered as a osteopath with most major health insurances but not BUPA and AXA/PPP who in 2016/7 reduced benefits per physiotherapy treatment and not allowing their members to top up. This will only make it viable for non-busy osteopathy clinics in Central London to work with them.
If you search for an osteopath near me look no further.
With our Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, sports massage and Sports injury clinic in Shoreditch, we are conveniently located for osteopathy in Central London, the City, Angel, Islington, Canary Wharf, Docklands, North, West, South and East London and is easily accessible from anywhere in London via London buses and trains and whether you are local or not, we will do our best to make your journey worth it.
Nearest tube stations: Old Street, Shoreditch High Street, Moorgate and Liverpool Street.