Based at Feel Good Balham: 020 8673 2163

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Neil is a GoSC registered osteopath, sports massage therapist and fellow of Applied Functional Science, with extensive clinical experience. Neil has also trained with the British Medical Acupuncture Society and often uses western medical acupuncture during treatment. Neil has studied with the world leading Gray Institute in the USA, attaining a GIFT fellowship in Applied Functional Science, and is passionate about the power of functional movement to alleviate pain and enhance performance. Neil has been working in Balham for 4 years. Neil has recently moved to Surrey and commutes to Balham once a week to see patients.

Category : Disc herniation


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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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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Disc Herniation: Surgery vs. Mother Nature – The Stats

October 1, 2014

For those people suffering with disc herniations, the decision regarding surgery versus no surgery is often a very difficult and confusing one. Spinal surgeons will argue that surgery is the way to go, while osteopaths and physios may suggest otherwise. In this blog I will objectively outline some of the stats relevant to this topic in an attempt to help both those wrestling with the decision and practitioners who may want more information in order to appropriately advise patients.

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