MEET THE TEAM
Our experienced Osteopaths, Physiotherapist and Movement Coaches
Our experienced Osteopaths, Physiotherapist and Movement Coaches have studied and practiced extensively. Experts in their fields with years of dedicated patient care behind them, they are on hand to help in any way they can.
Clinic Owner, Director and Principal Osteopath
Guy Gold has run an Osteopathic practice in Camden for almost 21 years and has built his reputation through his commitment to helping every patient get the best out of life. He graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 1998 with a BSc honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a Naturopathic diploma. He is holistic in his approach and believes in treating the individual, rather than a condition, to optimise health and wellbeing.
Guy’s strength is his highly refined observational skills which inform his comprehensive patient assessments. He uses the assessment process to build personal treatment plans based on the needs and medical history of each patient. Dedicated to growing and developing as a practitioner, Guy undertakes ongoing professional training to challenge himself, to support his associates and to help deliver the best treatment possible to his patients. Patient feedback plays an important part in continually improving his practice. Guy has recently introduced more stickers into his consultations, following some kindly advice from one of his 7 year old patients.
Guy provides treatments to anyone over 4 years old, including pre and post natal women. He often invites associates into the practice to offer patients an additional range of specialist approaches, including Cranial Osteopathy and Paediatric Osteopathy for babies and toddlers.
“Brilliant! Guy clearly loves his work and is a first rate Osteopath! I can’t recommend him highly enough.“
Clinical Director and Senior Associate Osteopath
Andrew has been working as an Osteopath for over a decade. He has held teaching positions in Osteopathy and Exercise Rehabilitation in; Australia, the U.K. and India.
With extensive experience working in sporting and hospital settings, Andrew has helped treat and rehabilitate, professional and amateur athletes across the world.
He has specialist skills in sports and Exercise Rehabilitation, and uses Clinical Pilates, Strength & Conditioning and Movement Analysis as parts of his management plans.
Andrew utilises a combination of manual (hands-on) treatment with movement coaching and strength training to help patients achieve their goals and reduce pain.
Originally from Melbourne, Australia - Andrew graduated with a Masters of Osteopathy, and has completed postgraduate training in Clinical Pilates, Strength & Conditioning Coaching and Functional Movement Analysis.
“Andrew has really helped me over the last few months recovery from chronic low back pain. I have seen a number of Physio and Osteos and none compare!“
Senior Associate Osteopath
Anna has been a practicing Osteopath for 10 years. She has a particular interest in spinal pain and rehabilitation including post operative.
Her treatments are based on active functional assessments with a strong structural approach and draw on visceral and cranial osteopathic approaches, in order to address pain or dysfunction in the context of the whole body. Anna regularly attends CPD courses in these fields and has pursued in depth training in treating the pelvis, abdomen, diaphragm as well as newborn paediatrics.
She lectures multimodal health care strategies at an advanced level internationally, and is passionate in giving best care to her patients as well as students. Anna feels privileged to work in a truly wonderful profession that allows her to help her patients to continue or return to the things they love to do and students to flourish into outstanding Osteopaths.
She has worked in NHS settings as well as sports clinics, supporting patients of all ages and background particularly within high-level national martial artists, triathletes and Rugby sevens, as well as office workers, nonagenarians and newborns.
Originally from Germany, Anna graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Masters in Osteopathy.
“Anna is one of the best osteopaths I've ever worked with. She's incredibly kind and encouraging as well as always able to target the painful areas in my body and help me resolve them.“
Senior Associate Osteopath
Mary is a highly experienced and passionate Osteopath and Nutritional therapist, whose treatments are both holistic and refined, and whose teaching is held in high esteem by the large number of practising Osteopaths she has trained. She is a specialist in the treatment of headaches, migraine, sports injuries and chronic pain. Mary is also skilled in the practice of Visceral Osteopathy, which assists in reducing functional and structural imbalances within the body.
Mary graduated with a first-class Honours degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 1998. She has since completed her MSc in Nutritional Therapy and has completed the British Medical Acupuncture qualification in the use of dry needling.
As soon as she graduated, Mary was invited to return as a lecturer at BCOM, which she did between 1998 and 2000. She went on to lecture at Oxford Brookes University between 2002 and 2014, where she took up a role as Clinical Education Coordinator, and also taught Nutrition, Osteopathic Technique and supervised final year students in clinic.
She has practised at the Lechlade Medical Centre in Gloucestershire for fifteen years and co-founded the highly regarded Faringdon Clinic in Oxfordshire in 2003, where she worked until 2019.
Senior Associate Physiotherapist
Michelle graduated from Kings College London in 2005 and after 5 years working in the NHS, moved into private practice. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience, gained from working in the City, West London and in Harley Street. Alongside her clinic work in London, she has co-founded Restore and Reform, offering dedicated physiotherapy-led recovery and rehabilitation retreats.
Michelle is passionate about reducing pain and making it possible for her patients to recover from injury, move more efficiently, and return to full fitness. She is an expert in the assessment and treatment of movement dysfunction, and in working with clients to get them more mobile, stronger, and back in control in their recovery from or prevention of injury.
She has an excellent reputation with leading Orthopaedic Consultants and Sports Doctors for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, and a strong interest in pre-operative and post-operative rehabilitation. She also has a keen interest in working with clients who suffer with hypermobility related injuries.
She has completed courses in both mat work and equipment-based Pilates which she incorporates into her treatments, as well as carrying out one-to-one Pilates sessions. She is experienced in working with pregnant women and has studied Pilates in Pregnancy.
Michelle also has a certificate in Strength and Conditioning Training and is qualified in dry needling (otherwise known as acupuncture). Treating clients holistically, combining manual therapy, with exercise-based treatments means she can provide tailor made programmes to make sure her patients recover as rapidly as possible. Her ultimate goal is to arm her clients with the understanding and tools to make their bodies work for them, and to reduce the risk of injury going forward.
"I have a complex injury, and have seen many Physios in the past. Michelle is easily the most creative I have worked with. She's not afraid to go off script if a "standard" exercise isn't working for whatever reason. Her creative and thoughtful treatment plan helped me improve massively in strength and confidence."