The Practice at 322 is a centre of expertise in osteopathy, sports massage and psychological therapies in the heart of West Hampstead. Our team of dedicated healthcare practitioners provides clinical excellence and patient-focused care, six days a week, for people of all ages.
James graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine with a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine. Since qualifying as an osteopath he has been committed to gaining extensive experience treating adults, children and babies. He has completed further training in Western Medical Acupuncture (dry needling), cranial osteopathy with the Sutherland School, and paediatrics. James has a lifelong interest in health and wellbeing and sees patients with a wide variety of problems. With many years of practice in the Japanese art of aikido, he has a special interest in shoulder problems, back pain and sports injuries. James regularly works with yoga teachers, pilates instructors and personal trainers to tailor a treatment plan for the patient. He also carries out running analysis for runners and triathletes. Alongside clinical work, James has published in the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and is involved in peer review work for the publication. He is a guest assessor at the British School of Osteopathy and a course tutor on Gavin Burt’s Minimally Invasive Manipulation professional development course for osteopaths. He also provides mentoring for students of osteopathy and is a clinic tutor at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. In March 2017, together with Natalie, they opened The Practice at 322 to provide West Hampstead with a centre of excellence in osteopathy, sports massage and psychology. James is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy.
Mr HP Shon works at The Practice at 322.
Ms Tessa Glover works at The Practice at 322.
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