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Romain is a registered sports massage therapist, with a degree in Sports Science. He uses his extensive knowledge of the body to help people with tight, painful muscles and also works with postural correction, prescribed movement and exercise. Romain has studied with the renowned Physical Trainer Gilles Cometti and is passionate about the power of movement to alleviate pain and enhance performance. Romain works in Balham and Streatham where he lives and is passionate about helping local patients to feel better, while improving performance and quality of life. He is currently studying Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy.

Category : Desk posture


Pain without injury and injury without pain – what’s going on?

January 11, 2018

Pain can be present both in the presence and in the absence of damage. This is an important concept for both patients and practitioners to understand.

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Why your lower back and your tight hip flexors are not the best of friends

March 5, 2017

You soon learn as an osteopath that every body is different and unique. No two postures, movements or conditions are the same from one person to another. That being said, however, there are certain things that you become very used to seeing; tight hip flexors being a prime example. We are a nation of sitters […]

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The Multifidus – maybe the most important muscle you’ve never heard of.

January 30, 2015

When I mention the Multifidus muscle to my patients, I’m often met with quite a puzzled look. If you asked your average person on the street to name 10 muscles in the body, it’s safe to say that the Multifidus would be notable by its absence; very few have heard of it. Don’t be fooled […]

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Easy, effective daily back stretching routine

January 8, 2014

Click to view: Back stretching routine_BSM_2014 Each day as we sit at our desks and stand in the lunch queue, we are putting compressive force through our lower backs and the cushioning discs that sit between our vertebrae. Although common sense may suggest that sitting is less of a rigour than standing; in actuality, far more […]

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