Paul Musk graduated from the British School of Osteopathy, the oldest and largest college in Europe in 2001 after completing the four year full time degree course. He received a B.Sc. (Hons) in osteopathy. Paul was also awarded the coveted and highly sought after Technique award by HRH Princess Anne.
He was made a full member of the British Osteopathic Association (BOA) and is state-registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) a body concerned with the continued professional development of practitioners.
After graduation Paul studied for a further two years for a diploma in classical osteopathy. During this time Paul was able to train with the oldest osteopath alive and so gain valuable experience and gain an insight in to osteopathy which has not been diluted through the years.
Paul now owns a clinic in Eltham, which he has taken to a new level of health care excellence that provides a fun, friendly, caring environment and strives to exceed your expectations in health care.
Paul’s special interests include Spinal, sports and work related injuries, postural correction (increasing awareness of and helping you correct those awkward and poor postures) and in general helping you achieve clearly defined health goals in a relaxed and fun environment.
Paul leads an active lifestyle having travelled around the world rock climbing and alpine climbing, have climbed many of the tallest peaks in Europe. He also competes in mountain biking events and teaches dragonboating.
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Edwina Teixeira B. Ost, Dip. APNT, MICO,DPO.
"Health to me doesn't just mean the absence of pain but being able to enjoy life fully."
Your body has the capability to heal and be healthy. Sometimes your body can't do it on its own. Osteopathy guides your body to health and to be pain free.
As a regular runner and cyclist, Edwina understands that exercise is one of the contributing factors for health. Using dynamic and varied training techniques she trains for 10km, half marathons, du-athlons and marathons.
Edwina is a qualified and registered osteopath and sports therapist in massage and sports injuries.
A diverse and substantial education provides Edwina with the experience in treating patients of all ages, including babies (cranial osteopathy) and expectant mothers.
"I believe in continuing my education and learning through courses and seminars to keep me fully up to date with the latest research and treatments available. So that my patients always receive the best care."
All Osteopaths in the UK must be registered to maintain high standards of care. Edwina is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association.
Edwina has experience in the treatment of sports injuries and has massaged runners for Reebok and the charity Well Child at the Flora London Marathon. Each year as a volunteer, Edwina massages the British Heart Foundation runners at the Flora London Marathon.
"I donate popular community good will service health checks to enable more people to enjoy health and the absence of pain. Please ask for more details."
"Low back pain, the most common spinal disorder, affects 80% of persons at some point in their life" (The World Health Organisation 2008.) Everyone can enjoy good health. The Eltham Osteopathy Clinic provides quality, honest, drug free health care. "I am committed to helping my patients achieve their full and individual health potential."
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Bobby Qureshi M.Ost
Bobby Qureshi M.Ost graduated from the prestigious British School of Osteopathy with a Distinction in his Masters of Osteopathy degree. He holds a full registration with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of The British Osteopathic Association (BOA).
Bobby's Osteopathic interests have been drawn from his upbringing in a medically orientated family and regards patients health extremely important. Bobby applies a broad approach towards the treatment of various conditions that patients may present with, focusing on the treatment of back pain, joint pains and headaches. Some of his techniques will apply Cranial Osteopathy.
Bobby's special areas of interest are the treatment of Visceral problems (Including IBS, Gastric Reflux, Asthma and pelvic pain) and women during pregnancy. Bobby is happy to discuss visceral problems alongside the treatment of musculoskeletal aches and pains - finding that the two are often very linked.
Over the last 3 years Bobby has undertaken medical voluntary work overseas, most notably in Kenya and more recently India. During these month periods, Bobby worked in medical settings implementing Osteopathy into under developed medical systems. These highly rewarding experiences have enhanced Bobby's passion to spread the word of Osteopathy and the incredible things its can achieve.
If you feel Bobby is the Osteopath to suit your needs, book an appointment with him today.
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Steven Hadlum-Emburey MOst, ND, DO,
Steven graduated with a master's degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a diploma in Naturopathy from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. Steven is a keen sportsman in a variety of sports and before training to become a qualified Osteopath, Steven has accumulated over 12 years experience training in martial arts. His experience has led him to have a great understanding of the different stresses and strains that may be placed upon the body through the general demands of our daily lifestyle or through exercise and competition.
With extensive training and knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology, Steven addresses the biomechanics of the human body and approaches each individual with a specialised treatment programme, tailor-made for their specific needs. He holistically incorporates a variety of structural and visceral techniques including the use of Modern Medical Acupuncture in order to achieve recovery.
Steven has volunteered at various places including the Flora London Marathon providing post-massage treatment and advice for those who raised money for charity and ran the marathon, whilst Steven’s biggest achievement to date is climbing to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895m) in Tanzania / Kenya for a childrens charity.
Furthermore, Steven encourages and empowers his patients to help them take control of their health issues, to prevent injury and to help them enjoy an active healthy lifestyle.
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James Grabham - Podiatry/Chiropody
Our podiatrist/chiropodist, James Grabham MChS SRCh DPodM has over 20 years experience and is able to treat and advise on a huge variety of foot problems no matter how large or small.
Mr Grabham provides a wide range of podiatry services, including nail cutting, in-growing toenails, and the more usual complaints of corns and callous, fungal nails, Athlete's Foot and verruca. Palliative treatments to ease discomfort of common conditions are given and many problems are eliminated. Mr Grabham is also able to carry out more complex procedures such as total & partial nail surgery and the manufacture of prescription insoles.
Advice on general foot care is given and how to deal with common foot complaints.
Diabetic patients need to be extra careful with their feet and it is advisable for all diabetics to see a qualified podiatrist regularly for professional foot care.
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Louise - Clinic Assistant
Louise started working at Eltham Osteopathy Clinic May 2014. My main role in the clinic is, maintaining the smooth running and co-ordination of the practice.
Louise has been under Osteopathy care since she began here in May 2014 as she recognizes the importance of maintaining a healthy spine and nervous system. The benefits she has gained already from care have made her see the true difference osteopathy can make.
When I am not working at Eltham Osteopathy Clinic, I am keen to spend time with close family and friends. I enjoy dancing, and have won lots of awards doing so. I also going to the gym and being pampered.
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Grace - Clinic Assistant
I originally started work at the Clinic as a temp but I enjoyed my time here so much that I decided to stay as a permanent member of the team. My main role within the Clinic is to help Louise maintain a smoothly run practice that delivers a high standard of service to all of its patients. So far I have been amazed to see the difference that Osteopathy can make to people’s lives and the importance of keeping a healthy spine.
I am an avid reader and cook but when I am not working at the Clinic I am kept busy as a guide leader for a local youth group, where I arrange fun (and sometimes disgusting) activities and trips for the girls. If that wasn’t enough, I own four lovely (energetic) dogs that I love taking for walks in the local woods and parks. I also love to go the Victoria and Albert Museum to explore the different exhibits that they hold.
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