Dr Chris Julian Doctor of Chiropractic
Chris was born and raised in Sydney and via his sporting and outdoor lifestyle he took an early interest in becoming a health professional. He completed his training at Macquarie University, Australia in 2003 and then worked in Queenstown, New Zealand – the adventure capital of the world! As a Chiropractor, Chris has been lucky enough to work internationally as Medical Officer and Chiropractor for the New Zealand Men’s Ice Hockey team, the Ice Blacks as well as being involved with other international teams and athletes. His research in the field has been published in peer reviewed journals.
Although sport has always been his passion, Chris has also gained considerable experience in a corporate setting and ergonomics during his time working in Canary Wharf both in private practice and providing in house services to Citi Group Bupa Health Centre. His well rounded experience puts him in a good position to help people from all walks of life from age 1 to 100 reach their full health potential by providing the highest quality, evidence based care
GCC Registration 03317, Member of British Chiropractic Association, Member of Royal College of Chiropractors
Emma Julian Physiotherapist
Emma graduated in 2005 with an Honors degree in Physiotherapy, after working in the NHS she moved to New Zealand to work in private practice. Working closely with elite PGA golfers, youth academy footballers and tennis players. She has provided physiotherapy support for the New Zealand ice hockey team and the All Blacks rugby team at an international level.
On returning to the UK she has continued to work in the private sector, designing and implementing individualized treatment programs for clients. She has experience in running analysis and biomechanical screening for injury prevention and performance enhancement with a keen interest in spinal manual therapy, hip disorders and injuries of the nervous system. She has a Master’s degree in Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy and continue to be involved in medical research projects in the development of the physiotherapy profession.
Additional post graduate specialties include MSc Advanced Manipulative Therapy, Member of the MACP (Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists), Medical Acupuncture, Pilates Instructor and Pre and Post Natal Care.
HCPC Registration PH74152, Member of CSP, MACP and AAC
Dr Joe Marcantoni Doctor of Chiropractic
Joe has had a passion for sports and an active lifestyle throughout his life, and graduated with Masters from the renowned Anglo European Chiropractic College before making the move up to London. His active and sporty influence leads him helping people focus on what they can do to recover actively from injury and improve their health and wellbeing, rather than be reliant on purely treatment or medication to control symptoms.
His philosophy is simple – the body needs to move well – to do so people need to look after it and at times can use some help! With spinal manipulation, muscle work and rehabilitation Joe helps patients not only to get out of pain but to gain movement and improve overall health giving patients the tools to maintain them for the rest of their life.
Too old? Too young? Age doesn’t matter, Joe will adopt different techniques according to your specific presentation and age in order to make you feel better.
GCC Registration 04234, Member of British Chiropractic Association
Dr James Dunhill Doctor of Chiropractic
As well as being a degree trained experienced Chiropractor, James also has a background in personal training and fitness coaching, offering a wide range of manual treatment techniques to manage and treat various musculoskeletal conditions and injuries.
Working in the fitness industry for a number of years and helping clients achieve their health and fitness goals, this led James into studying a Chiropractic Masters degree in 2012. He wanted to understand further how the body functions optimally so he could help his clients get back to full health.
James quickly discovered that one approach to treatment does not work for every patient so alongside traditional Chiropractic treatments. He also utilises various techniques including dry needling, taping, functional muscle testing, exercise, soft tissue release, nutrition, and lifestyle/ergonomic advice to help patients achieve their goals and achieve optimal long term outcomes.
GCC Registration 04422
Dr Charlotta Binder Doctor of Chiropractic
Charlotta graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth following a 5 year masters degree in chiropractic.
Receiving chiropractic care following a sports injury, Charlotta was inspired not only by the results of her treatments, but by the capability and function of the human body and wanted to pursue a career helping people in the way she had.
She enjoys treating patients of all ages with a particular interest in functional patient management and rehabilitation. She combines chiropractic adjusting techniques with a variety of soft tissue release such as IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation) techniques to assist restoration of postural structures as well as function of supportive tissues.
Charlotta believes in not only addressing the pain alone but other physiological stresses to the body, helping to ensure long lasting health benefits.
GCC Registration 04616
Dr Yuen Nee Ho Doctor of Chiropractic
Yuen Nee grew up in Malaysia and graduated from University of South Wales in Cardiff.
Yuen Nee’s first experience with chiropractic was through a sports injury during a basketball match. She was led to a local chiropractor and was given a clear, precise treatment and rehabilitation plan tailored to her needs. This sparked her passion for chiropractic as she wishes to help and let others feel the same experience she had through chiropractic care.
She is fluent in multiple languages including English, Malay, Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien. She enjoys travelling and cooking during her free time, so please feel free to recommend hidden gems around the world to her!
She has a special interest in Pregnancy related conditions and Postnatal care as well as Paediatric Care treating babies and children of all ages.
GCC Registration 05298
Dr Alison McLuckie Doctor of Chiropractic
Growing up in Scotland, Alison decided to move to London to pursue a career in Chiropractic after her own positive experiences with treatment as well as a passion for helping people. She completed her Chiropractic Masters degree from London South Bank University and during that time was selected to be a regional representative for the World Congress of Chiropractic.
Alison is committed to working with her clients to achieve their short and long-term health goals – whether it’s running a marathon, building strength, or getting a better night’s sleep. She enjoys using a wide range of techniques and will collaborate with you to tailor your treatment and rehabilitation.
When not working, Alison enjoys playing Tag Rugby, running and exploring London’s food and wine scene.
GCC Registration 05451, Member of British Chiropractors Association
Katy Acil Gulcu Physiotherapist
Katy is originally from Turkey where she graduated as a physiotherapist and worked at Istanbul Hospital and Turkish Military Rehabilitation Centre prior to moving to the UK. She has since completed her Masters In Advanced Physiotherapy Practice at Coventry University as well as gained experience in private practice in London. She is also an experienced Pilates Instructor.
Treating a variety of patients, from sport-related injuries to chronic pain, has helped her develop a broad range of skills. She loves working with people closely and creating personalised treatment plans using manual therapy, acupuncture, taping and rehabilitation programmes. She loves handling spinal manual therapy and shoulder rehabilitation patients in particular.
Katy has a special interest in Women’s Health and has achieved postgraduate qualifications in Pre and Postnatal Care and Women’s Health.
She also has an interest in running injury and gait analysis having completed specialist courses in the field.
She is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
In her free time, Katy loves hiking, pilates and swimming.
Valeria Lodovisi Physiotherapist
Valeria has been working as a physiotherapist since 2010 after graduating from the University La Sapienza in Rome.
She has gained years of experience working in a range of disciplines including neurological, orthopaedic, cardiorespiratory, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She decided to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy after coming to work in England and established herself in the private sector.
Valeria offers a hands-on manual therapy approach to physiotherapy treatment including joint mobilisation, passive stretches, soft tissue and myofascial release, together with an effective exercise programme adapting strengthening and balance exercises to each client depending on their needs.
She is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Viktoria Azoidou Vestibular, Neurological and Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Viktoria Azoidou, a Senior Chartered Physiotherapist (CSP, HCPC). Ms Azoidou is primarily a Neuromusculoskeletal and Women Health physiotherapist dealing with chronic pain patients, head trauma, simple and complex injuries of spine with and without neurological deficits, headaches as well as caring for antenatal and postnatal women. She is an honoured member of the Musculoskeletal Association of the Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP) Association.
Viktoria is a Doctoral Researcher at King’s College London in Vestibular Assessment and Rehabilitation. She is an active member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Interested in Vestibular Rehabilitation (ACPIVR).
Her other research interests include assessment of sleep and physical activity in healthy adults and persons with neurological disorders, assessment and rehabilitation of cognitive function in adults with balance and dizziness problems as well as assessment and rehabilitation of dizziness and imbalance in persons post-COVID or with long-COVID.
David Piddington Sports Massage Therapist
BSc (Hons) Sports and Exercise Science, Dip LSSM M.I.S.R.M
David is a lecturer in sports massage, sports and exercise sciences, and personal training.
Since completing his degree in Sports and Exercise Sciences in 2001 at London South Bank University David moved on to specialise in sports massage. With his experience he applies a variety of relaxation techniques and self-help strategies for use in and outside the clinic/sporting environment to further progress and assist his clients toward their desired goals.
Using his unique approach to massage David treats a wide spectrum of clients ranging from fellow therapists to recreational and elite athletes as well as office workers. This helps enhance their physical and mental well-being and in turn their sport and exercise performance, everyday enjoyment and functionality.
Marta Holmes Sports Massage Therapist
Marta is a certified member of the Sports Massage Association having graduated with the highest level Diploma Level 5 in Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Therapy with NLSSM.
Her background is in Personal Training, she then underwent further training to incorporate Sports Massage to her practice in order to maximise her client’s potential and outcomes. She is experienced in managing both acute issues and injuries as well as helping people de-stress and relax!
Her treatment promotes flexibility, reduces fatigue, improves endurance and helps prevent injuries and prepare body and mind for optimal performance.
Marta’s PT background allows her to compliment her soft tissue therapy with advice on exercises and a plan of action to maximise the results of treatment.
Marta is also certified in Pregnancy Massage, which promotes relaxation, manages pain and relieves tension in expectant mothers.
Renata Mello Massage Therapist
Renata has a strong background with a Sports Science BSc Degree and postgraduate certifications in Neuromuscular Physical Therapy as well as resistance training and personal training. She has special interests in sports massage, trigger point therapy, pre and post natal care, kinetic chain assessment and exercise therapy, but enjoys working with people from all interests and needs.
She has also worked in gym settings as a personal trainer and group coach making her skills in exercise and lifestyle advice excellent complimenting her hands on therapy skills.
Helping people is her passion, seeing patients progress and reach their health goals is what inspires and motivates her every day!
Joe Crawford Sports Massage Therapist
Joe became interested in treating injuries and learning about the human body after sustaining many different injuries playing football, badminton and squash including dislocating his shoulder and various muscle injuries. Wanting to learn more about the recovery process of injuries, Joe studied Sports Therapy at The University of Chichester, graduating in 2014.
He has worked with rugby and football teams, and has broadened his knowledge and understanding of physiology and treatment by working with chiropractors and osteopaths in London clinics. He enjoyed treating people from all walks of life, from office workers suffering from back and neck pain due to poor posture to professional athletes trying to get back in shape for the next competition.
As well as delivering effective sports massage, Joe creates specific rehabilitation programs to aid recovery from short and long term injuries. He also treats with a vibration therapy gun, which can treat acute and chronic injuries and is a great alternative to massage to those who may not enjoy a massage experience.
Joe continues to stay up to date with current research guiding treatment, exercise and rehabilitation and attends courses and seminars as part of his continued professional development portfolio.