We have been established since 1997, originally known as The Bloomsbury Health Centre. We are a multi-disciplinary health centre offering various therapies although our main work is with Osteopathic treatments. We in Judd Street, in the heart of London, only 5 minutes walk from Kings Cross St Pancras stations. All our practitioners are university graduates with excellent professional record. We have treated more than 10,000 patients and a sample of our testimonials speak for themselves.

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We offer a rich variety of complementary and conventional treatments. Currently we offer; Osteopathy, Herbal Medicine (western), Massage therapies, Acupuncture, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Fitness / Personal training, consultation with orthopaedic surgeon. Our associate practice at 97 Judd street offer Physiotherapy and Pilates. We are also able to refer you medical investigations such as full blood screens, imaging such as ultrasound, X-rays, MRI scans and other investigations. We can also produce full insurance reports for litigation purposes.


  • Refer a patient discount

    When you refer a patient to our practice you will be entitled to a £10 discount on your next treatment. This will be valid once we have treated your referral. Please quote “refer a patient 2018”.

  • Block booking

    If you require several sessions of a particular type of treatment then you may be entitled to reductions. After 5 sessions the 5th session is at 50% and the 10th session is free. Only applies to pre-paid blocks. Applies to Osteopathy, Acupuncture and Massage

  • 20% discounts and concessions

    Students, pensioners and unemployed get a £10 off on selective services and dates-Please inquire.

  • Check-ups

    During non-peak periods you may be entitled to free assessments. Eg. Free spinal checkup, Blood pressure checkup and office posture evaluation. Please inquire.

Latest From Our Blog

  • 2017

    Those who underwent acupuncture in addition to standard care such as physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medications had less severe neck and back pain, fewer headaches, and less pain and disability from their arthritic knees than theRead More..

  • 2016

    Back pain is the biggest single medical cause of time off work, accounting for nearly half of all sickness-related absence from the workplace that is just over 50 million lost working days every year. (BBC Radio-4Read More..

  • 2016

    The National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH) draws attention to the BBC programme Trust Me I am A Doctor broadcast on BBC 2, Wednesday 15 July at 20:00 which highlighted the concerns surrounding members of theRead More..

  • 2016

    FOR most of the nation, acupuncture isn’t part of our monthly routine – but could it be the answer to those niggling migraines? If you asked Joe Bloggs what acupuncture was, he’d probably say it wasRead More..

  • 2016

    This was a two-group two-phase single-blind clinical trial study, Iranian Register clinical trial which was done with massage therapy intervention (independent variable) on BP changes (dependent variable). The study population included adult non-pregnant women (18-60 years)Read More..