M.Ost, BSc H SRIP
Osteopath and Sports Rehabilitator
Kieran has been working within healthcare for over 11 years where he has supported elite and amateur level athletes in the UK and abroad.
More recently Kieran has been working with ergonomic specialists based within a range of office based locations across London.
With this Kieran treats a range of people sporty or not with the aim of managing pain in the short term but ensuring his patients know how to prevent the problem from returning.
Pain and its management starts off with prevention. Trying to keep our bodies moving and healthy can be tough; but it is important to find something enjoyable and consistent to do. If pain does appear trying to find the cause is more important than treating the sore area. The combination of my studies has created a unique approach to treatment where cause and prevention are just as important as treating where it hurts.
Kieran grew up with a bike attached to one foot and a football to another.
However, since moving to London he has been involved with a range of sports and is now focusing on the world of Triathlon, climbing and the occasional outbreak of golf.
Jessica graduated from the University College of Osteopathy (formerly known as the British School of Osteopathy) in 2017 with a distinction. She is registered under the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. She is an evidence-informed structural practitioner.
Having done her research in chronic pain, Jessica has experience in finding solutions for long term pain sufferers. She also has strong interests in prenatal care and pilates rehabilitation, thus will be attending relevant courses to add to her existing skillset.
Coming to London as an Australian citizen, born in Hong Kong, with an American secondary school education, has given Jessica an insight into many diverse cultural backgrounds. This has taught her how to respect the beliefs of her patients and work within their expectations. She is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
M.Ost, bsc h
Osteopath and sports massage therapist
Jake first graduated with honours from Brunel University with a degree in Sports Science, where he focused on the biomechanics and physiology of the athlete and human performance. He continued to receive a diploma in Sports Massage through which he has gained experience treating a range of sportsmen and women in various disciplines.
He later graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Masters degree, and has osteopathic experience working in hospital and private clinics, sports clinics and community centres. Jake can help you with a range of issues, including musculoskeletal injuries and complaints. He can offer advice and help develop a plan for you to effectively manage existing issues. With his experience in sport and extensive research into back pain and office workers, Jake’s assessments and treatments can help you in many aspects of life.
He also has experience treating patients with a range of pathologies to help manage lifestyle and musculoskeletal symptoms of various conditions and illnesses. Jake aims to provide effective, personalised hands on treatment with a tailored self-management plan to help aid your recovery, reach your goals, and prevent reoccurrence of injury.