Our Team

"Just One Body - our philosophy is in our name"

We each have one body that lasts us a lifetime.

What we do with it and how we keep it healthy is each of our choice.

Just one body are a dedicated team of professionals with one aim – helping you get the most out of your body through effective injury prevention, treatment and management of a range of musculoskeletal conditions. We have over 20 years of clinical experience helping people manage and resolve pain brought on by everyday living and elite and amateur sport.

Our team consists of people who have competed in running, roller derby, football, cycling, dancing, swimming and rock climbing.

Our bio-mechanically orientated approach means we can quickly assess what tissue is causing your pain and the reasons behind why this is a problem in the first place. This is far more important than just treating the sore bit.

Kieran Lowe

m.ost, bsc h srip
clinic director
principle osteopath and sports rehabilitator

Kieran has been working within healthcare for over 14 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 with exploring the causes pain not just the location and symptoms. I am keen to engage my patients with exercises and stretches to manage and prevent pain from returning. Once in good health I encourage people to move and exercise to keep your mind and body in tip top shape."
Kieran has been involved in a range of sports and activities, particularly dance and football from an early age. More recently he has been focusing his time on Triathlons, Rock climbing and Cycling as well as exploring the wonderful world of Roller Derby.

Amel Choucha



Amel graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) from the International College of Osteopathic Medicine.

She uses a wide range of osteopathic techniques thanks to her dual training which took part in France and in England. Her osteopathic tools include structural techniques and manipulations, cranio-sacral therapy, visceral techniques, myofascial and soft tissue work, and gentle joints mobilisation. She is also trained in dry needling and acupuncture pressure points.

Amel has a passionate approach to Osteopathy especially in treating babies, children and mothers-to-be. She treats many babies with digestive problems such as reflux, constipation and winds as well as babies presenting with torticollis and flat head plagiocephaly.

Amel believes in identifying the roots of the presenting complaint and not only treating the symptoms. She enjoys the challenge of finding out the underlying cause of musculoskeletal pain, as well as other pain such as digestive issues, work related injuries, acute and chronic back, neck, headaches and shoulder pain.

She is embarking on the Clinical Leadership pathway and plans to further develop her paediatric Osteopathy skills.

Nigel Robinson 

b.ost,mba, pgdip, ba

osteopath and massage practitioner

Nigel started life as a professional footballer and when injury cut short his career he moved to local government as a sports and physical activity strategist, where he has built a reputation as one of the country’s leading figures in getting communities more active for a health benefit. 

He later trained as an osteopath and qualified at the University College of Osteopathy, Europe’s pre-eminent osteopathic training centre. Nigel is a methodical, empathetic and friendly character who enjoys keeping up to date on the latest developments in osteopathic and health care generally.

Today, Nigel is a keen cyclist and frequently spends weekends reaching coastlines in all directions from London. He is an active member of his local gym and understands and advocates the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.