Osteopath in Bow
You really don’t have to suffer, call today, get assessed by our specialists and get on the road to recovery with East London’s Finest Treatment Team.
Clinic Director (Darren Chandler)
|Initial Consultation & Treatment (60 mins)||£130|
|Follow Up Treatment (30 mins)||£80|
24 hour notice when cancelling otherwise a 50% cancellation fee will be charged.
Darren Chandler - Osteopath & Clinic Director
Darren teamed up with Robert in 2006 and together they established Spine Plus’s London based chain of clinics. Prior to forming Spine Plus, Darren had been a national level badminton player and personal trainer, training many celebrities in London’s West End. Darren studied at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) where he was awarded the coverted student of year award in 2002. This was followed by training with the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) and courses in electrotherapy. Darren has a keen interest in clinical diagnostics and specialises in spinal, sports and work related injuries.
Adele Ducasse - Osteopath
Adele is a registered Osteopath, graduating from NESCOT with a Masters in Osteopathic medicine, adding to a degree from Brunel in Sports Science (Coaching). Adele has many years experience participating in high level competitive sports including basketball, netball and martial arts. Adele has also been a sports massage therapist for 3 years, building a solid client base while studying at university, She has a keen interest in sports injury and rehabilitation and is excited to gain more knowledge with post-graduate courses in shockwave and dry needling.
Kerry Reilly - Remedial & Sports Massage therapist
Kerry is a remedial sports massage therapist with experience of working in 5* hotels and with elite fighters.
She is a mixed martial artist herself and former financial planning analyst with a great understanding of the ailments that come with being very active as well as being deskbound.
Kerry is enthusiastic with helping people ease their aches and pains and understanding movement patterns.
Her goals are to not only help restore mobility and get people moving pain free but also to educate her clients on how to improve their posture and heal optimally from injuries outside of the treatments provided.
Facilities and Equipment
- Treatment rooms, reception and waiting area and disabled access throughout.
- Rehabilitation gym: commercial grade multigym, free weights, commercial cross bike, exercise resistance bands, strapping, physio balls, balance balls & cushions, foam rollers etc.
- Retail items: Off the shelf orthotics, heel lifts, ice packs, orthopaedic pillows, orthopaedic supports and braces.
- Mechanical and electrical therapy equipment: ultrasound, interferential, short wave, soft laser, lumbar traction, cervical traction.
369a Roman Rd, London E3 5QR, UK
|Monday||9am – 8pm|
|Tuesday||9am – 8pm|
|Wednesday||9am – 8pm|
|Thursday||9am – 8pm|
|Friday||9am – 5pm|
Arriving by bus or tube
From Mile End Tube Station or Bow Road Station Its an 8-10 minute walk heading north to Roman Road.
From Bow Road DLR station a 339 bus heading towards Hackney stops outside the clinic. (5-7 minutes)
From Bethnal Green station a number 8 bus heading to Old Ford stops outside the clinic (5-7 minutes)
One minute walk from bus stops 8 and 339.