… works with the structure and function of the body, and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.
… a very relaxing osteopathic approach that uses the gentlest of techniques over the muscles and joints of the upper neck, skull and face. This approach is often used with mothers and babies.
… a healthcare system based on ancient principles which go back nearly two thousand years. Our acupuncturist was trained in classical Chinese medical approach to acupuncture.
… is a research based methodology developed at University College London’s psychology department and used for dealing with anxiety, pain, phobias and even IBS.
… includes both sports massage and deep tissue massage. Both are great ways to ease aching and tense areas in muscles. Massage is especially helpful in rehabilitating certain soft tissue injuries and excellent for keeping the tension of everyday life stresses away.
…available to all and the gold-standard to image ligament, tendon and muscle injury to inform treatment and return to play decisions. Also excellent for imaging blood vessels for checking anneurisms or thrombosis in arteries.
This is about you
It is our policy that every new patient will undergo a full case history interview and physical examination. It is really important to us that you understand what we are doing every step of the way.
Once we have completed your initial assessment, we will tell you what we think your problem is and what we can do to help you. We will describe what the different treatment options are and explain how long your course of treatment is likely to take.
Of course, if your problem is one that we feel that we cannot help you with, we will do our best to advise you what to do.
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In 1986 Dévan Rajendran qualified as an osteopath and naturopath from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London and commenced private practice in Medway.