Osteopath, Bodywork Specialist & Health Performance Coach
Rory Lemon (M.Ost)
Rory qualified in massage in July 2000 and has practiced Seated Acupressure Massage since 2002. He became qualified as an Osteopath at Masters level (M.Ost) in September 2014 and is available for consultations in both South London and Brighton.
His previous specialist training courses include Swedish Massage, Indian Head Massage, Seated Acupressure Massage and Traditional Chinese Massage. He employs the knowledge gained from these disciplines alongside the application of osteopathic principals and reasoning when he is working. All this, combined with his intuitive clinical experience provides a deeply relaxing yet energising treatment, tailored to the needs of the individual. He has specialist clinical experience in chronic pain, obstetrics and older citizens (65+).
‘I am committed to sharing high quality information, and therefore boosting the motivation to self-manage and improve any specific areas of your life-style. I pay close attention to myofascial health, lymphatic drainage and functional breathing patterns, as I believe that these are often factors that contribute to the maintenance of good health.’
Osteopathy • Self-Care • Health Performance Coaching
… also inspiring ‘dyslexic’ manual health practitioners to thrive personally and professionally by maximising their energy and impact.
Online consultation aims to find your best health, self, freedom of movement, understand your symptoms and to counteract the effects of stress and the demands of modern living.
Known relief from many common ailments such as:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Joint pain
- Rheumatic pain
- Arthritic pain
- Muscle spasm
- Minor sporting injuries
- Migraine prevention
- Relaxation problems
- Circulatory problems
- Digestion problems
… also back pain related musculoskeletal joint pain such as:
- frozen shoulder
- elbow pain
- shoulder pain
- tennis elbow
… OR CALL TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT: 07869 879 823
**** In light of the current situation and the need for physical distancing and self-isolation, we need to adapt and remain positive.
This is making the best of a tricky situation, but there’s a multitude of actions you can put in place to improve your situation and stay as healthy as possible within the comfort of your own home.
There is significant progress being made by means of online osteopathic consultation, reassurance and self-management technique education and advice.
So why not get in touch to learn self-care and management for a sustainable and preventative-health way of life? ****