Oliver Hicks M.Ost
Osteopath Oliver Hicks graduated from The British School of Osteopathy with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and The Institute of Osteopathy.
Being a keen amateur sportsman his interest in osteopathy began after being successfully treated for a sporting injury many years ago. He was fascinated by the holistic approach that the practitioner used taking into account the whole person rather than simply treating his presenting injury. This initial spark has developed into a full blown passion.
Oliver is enthusiastic and positive in his approach to patient care investing great time and energy to make sure the patient receives the most appropriate treatment and the best possible outcomes.
He is also qualified in medical acupuncture as well as being an experienced sports massage therapist. Oliver has practiced in a number of clinical settings from retirement homes to dedicated sports injury clinics giving him a large amount of experience treating patients of all ages with a wide array of conditions.
Oliver has also recently completed training in the treatment of persistent chronic pain using mindfulness techniques and osteopathy to help patients suffering from persistent chronic pain to live more fulfilled lives.
Robert is an excellent Osteopath and Sports Massage therapist who will combine his knowledge and experience, to tailor a holistic treatment specific to your needs and concerns.
He is a friendly, professional therapist with a passion for educating his patients about good health. Using a patient centred approach he will incorporate treatment and exercise to help you overcome your chronic pain or injury.
Robert is a keen fitness enthusiast, practicing yoga, partaking in long distance running and regularly going to the gym.
During his education at the University College of Osteopathy (formerly the British School of Osteopathy) he picked up an elective study in nutrition. His understanding of which means he will also be able to identify dietary changes which may speed up your recovery. Robert uses a balanced diet to fuel his active lifestyle.
Another elective he studied was OsteoMAP (an integrated approach of Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with osteopathic treatment). He uses this experience to help patients to overcome chronic stress related pains. Robert also practices meditation himself.
Robert has worked in hospital settings and private practice. Through his University experience he has worked with homeless patients, HIV patients and children. Since education he worked in central London, seeing a wide range of patients from all backgrounds and ages. He has worked with athletes, pregnant women and elderly. All with the same aim of improving quality of life, reducing pain and achieving patient goals.
Sigita graduated from the University College of Osteopathy with a master’s degree in Osteopathy and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and The Institute of Osteopathy.
Sigita developed an interest in manual therapy in yearly teenage years by having successful treatments for her chronic headaches. Active participation in orienteering sports taught her more about the benefits of manual treatment and was an inspiration to start a sports and remedial massage therapist career.
Sigita emphasizes a narrative-based approach which values individual patients’ stories and experiences. Each treatment is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on the body as a whole rather than just focusing on the symptom. She is a firm believer that “hands-on” therapy is as important as education and advice on self-management and exercises. Sigita is experienced in treating adults of all ages and backgrounds, chronic pain, and pregnant women. She is qualified in sports & remedial massage, medical acupuncture, and spent time in India deepening her knowledge of yoga practice and philosophy.
Outside of clinic hours you can find her kitesurfing in Camber Sands, paddleboarding, practising yoga and gardening at home in the Kent countryside.
Mark completed his Masters’s degree at the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) based in central London. He is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of The Institute of Osteopathy
Mark is a skilled and compassionate practitioner, dedicated to improving the health and well-being of his patients by providing a wide range of treatments including osteopathic mechanical manipulations, structural and soft tissue treatments to help patients manage pain, improve mobility, and enhance their body’s natural healing abilities. He has successfully treated various musculoskeletal conditions, including neck and back pain, joint stiffness, and muscle-related injuries.
Mark likes to treat using a patient-centered approach, tailoring each treatment to be specific to the patient’s presentation. He emphasizes preventive care with exercise rehabilitation and encourages his patient to adopt healthy lifestyle habits to optimise their overall health and prevent future health issues.
Areas of clinical interest: treatment of all spinal complaints, shoulder impingement, Sacro-iliac pain, muscular pain, postural correction, improve joint mobility, and alleviate pain from a broad array of musculoskeletal conditions.
Hobbies: Football (West Ham supporter), participating in triathlons, cooking, boxing, swimming, music, being in nature, scuba diving plus strength and conditioning training.
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