John Minghella LCSP (Phys)
Established in 1988
My Speciality is releasing stiff or painful neck & shoulders however other physical complaints dealt with include shin splints, headache, lower backache, tennis elbow, tight leg muscles, sciatica, joint pain and general stress.
The location is minutes away from South Kensington Tube Station and within Gordon Thomson's Pilates Body Europe Studio. Home and hotel room visiting service is also available on request and by appointment.
Registered therapist with Pru Health Insurance. Ask for details.
Training, qualifications & experience
Certified in Swedish, Remedial Massage and Sports Therapy in 1988-91
Attended a course in Osteopathy for three years at Kingston University 1991.
Trained in Cranial Sacral I & II Therapy.
My hands have lead me to working in various practice locations within the UK and internationally within the USA. I have worked within the clinical and freelance sector from Health Spas to various clinics including Grayshott Hall Spa, Brabant House Naturopathic Clinic (UK) Malibu Health Club, Los Angeles (USA).
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