Alex Jones has been practicing as an Osteopath for over 25 years after graduating from the British School of Osteopathy.
He set up a practice in New Zealand and lived there for 10 years. Alex was instrumental in making Osteopathy a regulated profession in NZ and in setting up the Master of Osteopathy course at the Unitec Institute of Technology.
Alex was the first Osteopath to work with the New Zealand Sports Academy’s carded athletes including Olympic rowers and cyclists to International rugby players, marathon runners and triathletes.
After 15 years of working in Wandsworth Alex enjoys a varied practice looking after families, office workers, athletes and anyone he can help.
OsteoPilates / Musculoskeletal practitioner
Kate has been a Pilates Matwork teacher for over 15 years, previously trained as a masseur specialising in Work Related Upper Limb Disorders and also practiced as a registered Osteopath for over 20 years. Kate has voluntarily withdrawn her registration (with good faith) from the General Osteopathic council (GOsC) and is no longer able the use the title ‘osteopath’ for her practice. She has developed her own treatment modality as an OsteoPilates practitioner.
OsteoPilates works using osteopathic principles combined with fascial release techniques, trigger points, joint manipulation and deep soft tissue release (musculoskeletal treatments) together with an individually prescribed Pilates exercise programme.
Kate also teaches Pilates Matwork classes, 1:1 Pilates sessions and provides musculoskeletal treatments.
Owen has worked with Putney Osteopaths since 2011.
He graduated with a Masters degree from the British School of Osteopathy where he also taught students as a clinic tutor for several years.
Owen has previously worked at the London 2012 Olympic games and has experience working with many amateur and elite sports people including Olympic Gold medal winners and Premier league footballers.
He combines the use of traditional osteopathic techniques with modern manual interventions to provide effective treatment and rehabilitation for a wide range of painful conditions.
Previously an orchestral violinist, Helena qualified from the London School of Osteopathy in 1991.
In 2011/12 she trained in Academic and Clinical Education at the British School of Osteopathy; she has a PGCE in Clinical Management of Headache Conditions in 2014/15 from the University of Edinburgh.
Since 2016, Helena has been teaching headache management to both undergraduates at the ESO Headache Clinic which she founded and leads, and at post-graduate level at the University College of Osteopathy. She does this with her award-winning teaching team, OPHM (Osteopaths for Progress in Headaches & Migraines, www.ophm.org) which is an associate member group of the Osteopathic Alliance.
Helena is a member of the International Headache Society. She is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy, and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Ruth has over 20 years of experience as an osteopath including 13 years specialising in paediatric osteopathy. Since graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in 1999 she has worked in general practice and as a clinic tutor and lecturer in both Australia and London.
In 2009 Ruth completed a 2-year Masters in Paediatric Osteopathy at the Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy and she currently works as a clinic tutor on the post graduate diploma in paediatric osteopathy course offered by the University College of Osteopathy. Ruth is also a mum of twin boys!
Osteopath and Registered General Nurse
André Calado graduated with a Master’s degree from the University College of Osteopathy.
Osteopathy runs in the family as André’s father is an osteopath. For the past 12 years, he has worked as a nurse in various fields of healthcare and for 8 years he has specialised in emergency care and is currently working in a major trauma centre in London. André has also worked as a nurse in neurosciences which he is passionate about.
André’s interest in osteopathy, healthcare and rehabilitation came when his rugby career was cut short by injury. He was treated osteopathically and this inspired him to want to help rehabilitate athletes and all patients after injury.
André works using an array of osteopathic techniques, including osteopathic manipulation, joint articulation, myofascial release, deep soft tissue release and rehabilitation exercise programs as a complement to treatments.
Antonia has over 17 years experience in body work.
Trained in Swedish, Pregnancy, Deep Tissue, Advanced Clinical Massage Techniques and most recently Myofascial Release. Antonia draws on her skills in multiple techniques to create a treatment plan tailored to each individual client. She believes that working on the fascia is the missing link for easing long term physical, emotional and habitual trauma.
Adrienne likes to keep herself very busy and was thrilled to join the team at Putney Osteopaths in July 2022. She is very organised and her job as Receptionist is to keep things running smoothly. Adrienne loves meeting all the patients including all the new babies. She enjoys cooking, walking, theatre, exercising at the gym as well as a day at the races.
Zoe has worked at Putney Osteopaths since 2019. Zoe’s main job is in restorative justice but she continues to work remotely as our administrator. She loves to organise, meaning that she is in her element at work. In her free time she enjoys long country dog walks and being involved in social activism.