Alex Jones BSc(Hons)Ost, BOst

Alex Jones

Alex Jones graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1996.

He practiced in New Zealand for 10 years and was the President of the New Zealand Register of Osteopaths and the Deputy Chair of the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand.

Alex uses structural, cranial and visceral osteopathic techniques and over the years has treated a range of patients from members of the New Zealand Olympic rowing team and professional rugby players to babies and children.

Kate Handy BSc(Hons)Ost.Med.DO.ND.PFMF

Kate Handy

Kate works using a combination of structural, visceral and cranial osteopathy.

Kate graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy and has been practicing as an Osteopath since 1999.

Kate is a qualified Pilates Foundation Matwork Instructor. She teaches small Matwork classes and individual sessions. Before training as an osteopath Kate ran a business specialising in Work Related Upper Limb Disorders which gave her a unique insight into helping people with Repetitive Strain Injury and work station ergonomics.

Owen Davis M.Ost

Owen Davis

Owen graduated with a Masters degree from the British School of Osteopathy.

He combines the use of traditional osteopathic techniques with modern manual interventions in order to provide effective treatment strategies for a wide range of painful conditions.

He is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.

Owen is on the faculty of the University College of Osteopathy London.

Helena Bridge D.O., PGCertACE, PGCE

Carry Triggs Hodge

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, where she is now enrolled on a Pain Management Masters’ degree programme.

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, 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.

Gaby White M.Ost

Francisco Javier

Gaby qualified with a Masters in Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy. She likes working with structural, cranial and visceral techniques, taking into consideration each individual and their current complaint, lifestyle and expectations.

Gaby also works at the Osteopathic Centre for Children gaining a Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy. She has extensive knowledge in treating babies, children and expectant mothers, in addition to her wide ranging experience with other patients.

Gaby has trained in the Perrin Technique and is a licensed practitioner for this treatment for those suffering with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME.

Christopher Woodward BSc(Hons), LicAc, MBAcC Acupuncturist

Christopher Woodward

In his general private practice Christopher specialises in Seasonal Preventative Medicine and Post Treatment Recovery.

Christopher is qualified to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Elements Acupuncture.

He has worked as a staff Acupuncturist for over 18 years at the Breast Cancer Haven charity.

He also regularly holds clinics and professional talks at the Leaders in Oncology Care (The LOC) facilities in Harley Street, London.

Pierre Meslet BSc MOst DO

Pierre Meslet

French born osteopath Pierre Meslet recently moved back to London after working for four years in a very successful practice in Singapore. Prior to this enriching experience in South East Asia, Pierre trained as an osteopath in the UK and studied physiotherapy in Canada. He also holds a BSc in Sports and Exercise Science from France.

With almost 10 years' experience in treating newborns, young mothers, elite athletes and the elderly, Pierre has a distinctive approach to treatment. His unique combination of qualifications provides him with a comprehensive set of skills when it comes to addressing the root cause of an injury or a complaint. He actively applies concepts of rehabilitation within his osteopathic treatments.

Pierre has a lifetime passion for sports and he specialises in sports injuries. In London and Singapore, he treated elite and amateur runners, triathletes as well as rowers and rugby players. Being a keen runner himself, he understands common running injuries and the frustration arising from these. He was fortunate enough to put these skills to use on some of the best athletes in the world during the London 2012 Olympic Games as a member of the medical team. He recently got selected to join the medical team once again, at the IAAF Athletics World Championships in London this summer.

Whilst in Singapore, Pierre also worked closely with midwives and lactation consultants. This allowed him to further enhance his expertise in the treatment of newborn conditions, especially relating to feeding difficulties, torticollis and plagiocephaly (flattening of the head).