Based at Feel Good Balham: 020 8673 2163

  • Mondays: 13:30 - 21:30

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 : Tendinopathy


Sharing the load: Why Roger Federer doesn’t get tennis elbow.

June 28, 2017

When you first start to learn about the body, the information can be overwhelming. What’s where, how it works, why it goes wrong…? You find yourself looking for principles to thread together the pieces of the puzzle. Often, however, you struggle to find clarity amongst all the detail. There is one principle, however, that has […]

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The rise and fall of the shoulder.

January 30, 2015

Did it draw the evolutionary short straw? I think we can agree that the evolutionary development of human bipedalism (walking on 2 feet!) has generally been a success, right? There are, however, a couple of structures in the human body that seem rather retro-fitted to our new upright postures. Sacrifices that must have been deemed […]

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The Shoulder Pain Series – Part 1

August 18, 2013

Rotator cuff tendinopathy – what, why and how?

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