London Wellness Office
If you or a loved one is suffering with back or neck pain, headaches, migraines, joint pain, tingling and numbness, postural issues, or various other health problems, we are here for you.
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Doctor of Chiropractic
Harrison has always been fascinated in the human body and how improper biomechanics of the skeletal system can be the origin to an assortment of symptoms. His chiropractic career started when he had a role as a personal assistant to a Chiropractor in East London where he witnessed incredible results which he calls ‘Miracles’.
Harrison believes health is much more than just the absence of disease, he believes that health can be optimised through removing interference on the nervous system restoring optimal function.
From a young age Harrison has taken part in a variety of sports, such as badminton, martial arts and cross fit. Chiropractic care has not only given Harrison the ability to train and compete without recurring injuries but also enhanced his performance all round.
This gave Harrison the incentive to attain a degree in chiropractic which he is very passionate about. Now, he has the gratification of seeing outstanding results (“miracles”) in his own patients.
Spreading the word: It seems apparent to Harrison that among our community there is a huge lack of understanding of the nervous system and that if people had some guidance they would have much more knowledge on how to help with their own symptoms and performance.
This year Harrison is coming round to business’s in London educating on the effect poor office ergonomics has on the body and the importance of maintaining a healthy nervous system. Chiropractic isn’t just a career for Harrison, it’s a lifestyle.
Alex graduated in 2020 from the University of Chichester with a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy and is a member of the Society of Sports Therapists.
Alex has worked in a variety of environments including clinical practice where he learnt to refine his skills in applying clinical reasoning based on subjective history and objective findings to recommend the best course of action. Other experiences include providing pitch side assistance to different sports teams which included administering first aid in addition to injury management.
Having participated in sports such as badminton, running, skiing and weight training Alex is fascinated by the
body’s ability to adapt to changes in its environment and how the body is able to heal in response to injury. But never underestimating the importance of effective individualised rehabilitation in order to return to full function and reduce the risk of re-injury.
Alex strongly believes in an evidence-based approach using the most up to date research in the management of musculoskeletal injuries whilst also ensuring treatment is tailored to the individual. Alex’s philosophy is that for treatment to be effective it is very important people are educated about their current injury in order for them to better understand how they can best manage their injury outside of treatment sessions leading to better results in the long- run.
Sport Rehabilitation Therapist
Annie graduated from the University of the West of England, Bristol in July 2018 with a degree in Sports Rehabilitation, as an accredited BASRAT practitioner. Annie has had a wide range of experience working within various settings, including hospital, clinical and professional sport. This has provided her with a wealth of knowledge and experience of various injuries; from bone breaks to muscle strains. She has experience in Exercise Prescription, Sports Therapy Treatment, Shockwave Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy and the use of Ktape.
As a keen swimmer, rock-climber and dancer from a young age, Annie has always been fascinated about how and why the body works the way it does; as well as picking up a few injuries herself along the way! Annie continues to work closely with athletes and the general public alike, either to achieve general strengthening or push for personal records and trophies. Annie’s main form of exercise now also includes yoga as part of a daily routine.
Throughout her career, Annie’s primary focus has remained the same: to restore and support the body in its daily functional movements, moving without pain and being motivated to continue to look after the body. Each body is different, but every body is capable.
|Monday||7:30am – 12:00pm & 3:00pm – 7:00pm|
|Tuesday||7:30am – 12:00pm|
|Wednesday||3:00pm – 7:00pm|
|Friday||7:30am – 12:00pm & 3:00pm – 7:00pm|
Unit 5, Surrey Row, 169-173 Blackfriars Road
London, SE1 8ER
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