We are skilled Osteopaths trained at different institutions and specialising in various treatments
Paddy has been practising Osteopathy for more than 19 years and is the founder and Lead Osteopath at Surbiton Osteopaths.
Graduating in 1999 from the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone, Kent, Paddy has worked in practices along the length of the UK, from John 'o' Groats to Guernsey.
Paddy has previously worked alongside the inspirational and dearly loved Osteopath John Prescott at the Montserrat Clinic in Putney.
In addition to his Osteopathy, Paddy trains corporate businesses in Ergonomic Health in the Workplace.
When appropriate, Paddy also uses Western Acupuncture to complement his osteopathic treatments.
Caring and intuitive with a friendly disposition, Paddy loves foraging, nature and the outdoors and has a special interest in health and wellbeing .
Petra Kamarytova BSc, M.Ost, DPO
Petra graduated from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in 2014, where she was fortunate not only to work in the general clinic but also within a number of outreach specialist clinics treating vulnerable members of the public. She also undertook training in the OsteoMAP programme, which is an NHS funded initiative, developed by the BSO, combining mindfulness and osteopathy for people suffering from chronic pain.
After her graduation, Petra travelled to Nepal providing osteopathic treatment to individuals in local communities, treating presentations ranging from acute musculoskeletal injuries from manual work in the field to supporting the recovery of patients after stroke alongside physiotherapy. She also provided osteopathic treatment in a shelter for vulnerable women. Since her return to England, she has been working within NHS and private practices, and is now very happy to be joining Surbiton Osteopaths.
Petra has completed a two-year post-graduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy with the Osteopathic Centre for Children, and is currently studying with the Molinari Institute of Health for the Diploma in Women’s Health.
In her free time, Petra loves swimming, yoga and meditation, going for long walks, rediscovering London’s hidden beauties and visiting exhibitions, galleries and going to the theatre.