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Mr Marco Antonetto is a registered Osteopath and Medical Acupuncturist, always aiming to provide the highest quality of care to his patients. He graduated from the International College Of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) in Italy and then completed a Masters with First Class Honours Degree at Kingston University in 2017.

During his studies, Marco gained extensive experience in the field as he had more than 1300 hours of clinical contact and treated more than 200 patients. He developed a special interest in cranial and visceral osteopathy and therefore received further training by participating in advanced tutorials, conferences and special training sessions. He believes that Knowledge is power. To share this principle he started teaching as a clinical tutor at NESCOT (Surrey) in 2018.

In his first year of practice, he has been shortlisted for the AWARD of Best Associate Osteopath of the Year 2018 by the Institute of Osteopathy.

Mr Antonetto is committed to providing "cutting edge" patient care and for this reason, he adopts a holistic method and combines different osteopathic approaches e.g. visceral, cranial and spinal. His aim is to treat the cause of the problems, not just the symptoms. He also believes that it is highly important to educate his patients regarding their injuries in order to empower them to have maximum control of their condition. 

 
 
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Alessia is a traditionally trained Italian Osteopath who completed her Master's degree in London. 

Pain management strategies and complete understanding of injuries for patients are vital, in Alessia’s opinion. The speed at which a patient heals is partially dependant upon how that patient understands what is actually wrong with them. Alessia will pin down likely diagnoses and rapid recovery treatment plans for amazing results.

As a ex - competitive cyclist her experience in this field is respected and whilst obstetrics, paediatrics, well woman health, athletics and sports injuries are the mainstays of her practice, Alessia welcomes patients from all walks of life. 

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Rakhee Soni was born in 1985 and is a graduate of the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London which is one of the leading teaching establishments.

Rakhee is a qualified Perrin Technique Practitioner and been practising the Perrin Technique for 10 years. She has been working alongside Dr Raymond Perrin and practices with him at 100 Harley Street and The Bushey Practice. Rakhee has completed her degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma in Naturopathic Medicine and currently is working extensively in a variety of practices and with many practitioners. As well as working at the Harley Street, Rakhee also works at The Bushey Practice and The Chalfont Clinic. 

Rakhee’s has undertaken extensive training her in the field and her osteopathic training involved a four-year full-time course, integrating knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, orthopaedics, biomechanics, exercise physiology, pharmacology and clinical methods such as x-ray analysis. It is part of a wider naturopathic training, which includes applied clinical dietetics, hydrotherapy and stress management. Rakhee also had years of experience in treating newborn babies, children and Pregnant women.

Rakhee hard work has enabled her to stay up to date with all the latest techniques and she can treat her clients using a broad range of osteopathic techniques ranging from Perrin technique, joint manipulation, mobilisations, soft tissues stretching, cranial osteopathy, exercise & postural advice each chosen to suit the best needs of the patient.

 
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Andrew completed his Masters of Osteopathy in Melbourne, Australia and has worked in a number of Melbourne's most reputable clinics. Andrew has also worked in India and is now based in the UK where he is also a clinical supervisor and tutor at The London School of Osteopathy. During his time in India, Andrew worked in rehabilitative Hospital environments which gave him a better understanding of the recovery and rehabilitative processes following surgery.

Andrew has helped patients with numerous different injuries and he has special interests in:

  • functional biomechanics
  • sports and rehabilitation
  • modern and chronic pain sciences
  • ergonomic corporate health services

 

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Guy has been running an Osteopathic practice in Camden for 20 years and has built his reputation on a commitment to help every patient get the best out of life.

Guy received a BSc Hons from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 1998. Guy has a holistic approach and is keen to work closely with the individual to optimise health and wellbeing. Guy uses his assessment to build a personalized treatment plan based on the needs of each patient. 

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Mr Propert qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (now the University College of Osteopathy) in 1993 and worked in group practice in Windsor, as well as volunteering at the Osteopathic Centre for Children, while setting up Dolphin Square Osteopaths. He developed Calmer Clinics in order to encourage an integrated multi-disciplinary approach to healthcare. He has a wide range of clinical interests from Paediatrics and Cranial Osteopathy to Sports Injuries, and was one of the twenty-five osteopaths to work in the Olympics polyclinic at London 2012. 

On his non-clinical days Mr Propert is a Senior Lecturer teaching Physiology, Pathology and Osteopathic Practise at the University College of Osteopathy. He also has roles at the General Osteopathic Council serving as practice mentor, revalidation assessor, fitness to practice assessor and reviewer of non-UK qualifications. 


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Mr Stefano Braico is a UK Master level registered osteopath (MGOsC), senior UK chartered physiotherapist (MHCPC, MCSP) and medical acupuncturist (MBMAS). He specialises in Manual Therapy and has ten years' experience in various physiotherapy settings in the UK and abroad. He currently works as senior physiotherapist and osteopath at the Leigham Practice and CBR clinics in London. His prior experiences include physiotherapy practice at the Vertebral Column Rehabilitation Center (Italy) and sports physiotherapy for the Italian National Handball Team and Trieste Handball Team (Italian Premier League). 

Mr Braico holds a Bsc (Hons) in Physiotherapy (University of Trieste, Italy), MSc in Osteopathy (University College of Osteopathy, London, UK) and he is an MSc candidate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapy (University of Saragossa, Spain). He is also qualified in acupuncture with the British Medical Acupuncture Society.

Mr Stefano Braico has expertise in numerous procedures including sporting, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic rehabilitation, osteopathic manual therapy, visceral and cranial osteopathy, joint mobilisation and manipulation, medical fitness, proprioceptive training, Mc Kenzie method, Kaltenborn method, myoascial release, trigger points treatment, core stability and postural exercises. 

 

 

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Expert in: Osteopathy
Paediatric Osteopathy

Anna is the newest addition to the Guy Gold team. Originally from Germany, she graduated from the
British School of Osteopathy in 2010 with a Masters in Osteopathy.
She has since worked at both London NHS surgeries and private sports clinics where she saw all
patients from new-born to old age, office workers to high-level martial artists.
Anna has a structural approach to musculoskeletal pain with a strong interest in visceral and cranial
osteopathy while incorporating rehabilitation.
For her, structural treatment includes musculoskeletal as well as, visceral, cranial structures and
functional assessments to help inform her 3D understanding of the area of pain or dysfunction and
putting that in context of the whole body. Anna regularly attends CPD courses in these fields
especially looking in depth at the pelvis, abdomen, diaphragm and newborn paediatrics.
By incorporating the different styles of osteopathic treatment modalities she has a holistic
understanding of her patients and their presenting symptoms. She is passionate in giving them her
best care and feels privileged to work in a truly wonderful profession that allows her to get her
patients back to doing the things they love as soon as possible.

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Daren Fletcher is an accomplished Osteopath, qualified at the British School of Osteopathy in 1996, he has great experience in sports injury, working alongside Dr Anne Redgrave for 5 years treating elite athletes. Many of Daren's clients partake in extreme sports such as open water swimming, triathlons, Iron man competitions, and rowing, in which he works to help them achieve their goals and relieve their sports-related problems. 

Daren offers treatments involving, spinal articulation, specific joint manipulation, and deep tissue massage. Furthermore, he has much experience in postural alignment, orthotic prescription and also works in the specialist ankle and foot clinic. He also specializes in orthotics, sports massage, sports performance, and ergonomic desk assessments. 

Daren has a specific interest in posture by using sport-specific bio-mechanical video analysis, Daren is able to identify problems in your posture which may ultimately lead to injury.

Outside of work Daren leads an active lifestyle, enjoying running, cycling, gym, pilates, and golf. He believes to help his clients he must be a practitioner who participates in a wide variety of sport, helping him relate more to his clients.

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Expert in: Osteopathy
Paediatric Osteopathy

‘It's my goal to provide relaxed, friendly and inviting care. I want my patients to feel that I am listening to them and addressing their problems and helping them. I always try to be a good listener and to be adaptive. No one treatment always fits every patient. This is why I go beyond my way to help.’…. Imran Ali

Mr. Ali is well recognized for his ‘Integrated treatment approach’. He is hugely popular among his patients and like minded collegues for providing tailored Osteopathic and Naturopathic treatments for individual’s needs; with his vast experience in managing Neuro-Muscular and Systemic Disorders, he uses a unique, time-tested, blend of traditional and natural healing techniques to improve health and wellbeing of his patients across the globe over two decades.

In 1998, Mr Ali completed his training in Naturopathy (ND), in which he was awarded a 'Gold Medal' in recognition for his exceptional performance. In 2004, he registered with the General Council and Register for Naturopaths (MRN). He also received training from the renowned Cardiologist Late Dr Col. Chopra. (Father of Dr. Deepak Chopra)  Mr Ali then completed a BSc (Hon) degree in Osteopathy for five years. He also became an active associate of the General Osteopathic Council and used their regulations on enhancing patient safety within his ‘Integrated Osteopathic and Naturopathic Practice’.

Mr Ali provides his patients with specific treatments by understanding and targeting the cause of the problem. He is currently carrying out postgraduate research based on Osteopathic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation. He liaises with other research groups in the UK and understands current technologies that can be used in neuromuscular rehabilitation.

Mr. Ali has successfully written and published a variety of articles on his research in Osteopathy and Naturopathy related to health conditions. He also believes in the approach of sharing his experience in ‘Integrated Neuromuscular Rehabilitation’ to other Allied Healthcare Professionals by providing training courses to improve the health and well-being of all individuals.

NB:  Mr Ali does not practice in allopathic medicine and therefore he is not a registered member of the General Medical Council.

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What is an Osteopath?

Alternative treatments for specific medical conditions and overall health and wellness have been growing in popularity for many years. Patients suffering from chronic health issues, including pain, nerve, circulatory, or lymphatic issues with the body often have difficulty achieving relief with conventional medication or therapies, at least by themselves. Complementary medicine can be a great asset to providing some relief for these patients, and the most popular alternative treatment is osteopathy. Finding an osteopath is easy with Doctify. A top osteopath is different than a chiropractor or other body manipulation practitioners. Osteopaths use a variety of holistic techniques to balance the body, including manipulation, pressure, stretching, and other hands-on therapies. They can detect and diagnose conditions that are not treatable through osteopathy, and refer patients to a relevant specialist.

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When to see an Osteopath?

Osteopaths can provide ideal, non-invasive treatment for a wide variety of problems. Osteopathy has had the best results with arthritis, back, shoulder, knee, hip, and foot pain, hand/wrist, elbow pain or stiffness, headaches, posture problems, and digestive issues. These complementary techniques can significantly help patients find relief, whether they are medication intolerant, at risk of becoming dependent on painkillers, or just have not found a medication or other treatment methods to be helpful on their own. Finding an osteopath in London is simple with Doctify, so get on the road to natural treatment for less pain and better health today!

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