PETER CLARK Principal Osteopath - BSc (Hons) Ost Med D.O N.D
PETER graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002 and went to New Zealand where he worked as the senior associate Osteopath and implemented some fundamental changes in the way the clinic worked and how patients were cared for. He has a strong underpinning of Fundamental Osteopathic principals and techniques focusing on assessing and treating incorrect biomechanical structure and improving function as a whole, not just looking at isolated areas of pain.
Peter has built a solid reputation in an award-winning practice in Highgate, London, that specialises in Frozen Shoulders, providing highly skilled treatments to many elite and high profile clients including some A-list celebrities.
His professional and caring nature allow Peter to be a very effective and understanding Osteopath and Rehabilitation specialist.
MARK CHILDERSTONE Osteopath
As a registered Osteopath, Mark takes a patient centred approach to treatment, looking not only at the symptoms but the factors that cause them. He enjoys treating patients from all backgrounds of life and varying ages; from babies to boxers.
Having spent 7 years in the Great Britain Kayak team during and prior to becoming an osteopath, Mark has a specialist understanding of the human body and the biomechanics that we all use day to day. He is a trained medical acupuncturist (dry needling), and employs the use of Kinesio tape where necessary. Having been trained personally by Peter in the Neil-Asher Technique, he has a further specialism in Frozen shoulder, and shoulder issues.
Mark takes a keen interest in current research and keeps up to date as much as he can between osteopathy and his own sporting endeavours.
Mark is a member of the GOsC and Institute of Osteopathy.
MARTA PASTUCHA Osteopath
Marta is a qualified
Osteopath & Physiotherapist.
By combining osteopathic
techniques and clinical
reasoning, with rehab skills, Marta is able to adapt
her treatment technique to meet the individual
needs of each patient.
She formulates a tailor made
plan to speed up
recovery and believes that a
good treatment should not
only tackle the symptoms,but
also identify the cause of an
ailment, to maximise the
benefit for patients.
She obtained her Physiotherapy degree from Jagiellonian University in Poland, before completing a
Master’s degree in Osteopathy
at the University College of Osteopathy in London.
She has several years of
previous experience working in Poland and the UK,
including a multi-disciplinary
clinic,where she has worked
closely alongside other
Marta has a passion for helpingothers and her kind & friendly
manner makes patient’s feel at ease in their
consultation and treatment.