Address: 19 Cambridge Rd London, SE20 7XJ | Mobile: 07545 291 114 | Phone: 020 8778 9468


I have been visiting Margaret over many years now. Being in the over 60’s age group I find that as one part of my body gets a problem fixed by Margaret’s magic hands then another difficulty presents itself somewhere else. I feel no trepidation in having to visit her consulting room as I always leave not only soothed in body but in spirit as well. I have no hesitation in recommending her to anyone who requires the services she provides. - Janet from Croydon
I have known Margaret Ohuche for several years. She is very helpful and caring in her line of work. She sees you promptly which is a great asset. - Cy from Peckham
Margaret shows great kindness for her patients. She gives excellent treatment and after the first session I felt better and continued to feel better after each session… - Maddy from Penge
I first used Margaret’s clinic 12 years ago when I had a very bad back. I was so impressed with the treatment that I have been going back ever since. I’ve had problems with my back, arms, legs etc. over the years and Margaret has always got to the root of the problem and fixed it. Always very professional but also has the ability to make you feel very at ease, all in all a very good experience and I would recommend anybody with any form of sports injury or back problem to use this clinic. - Ian from Beckenham

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I graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1988 and I am a member of the General Osteopathic Council (GOC), the regulatory body for osteopaths. The title of osteopath is protected and all osteopaths must be registered with the GOC. I am also a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. Having practised for over 25 years not only in the private sector but also in the NHS, I am a London osteopath who has built up a wealth of knowledge and experience in treating patients with a multitude of musculo-skeletal problems. These problems may be related to poor posture, “wear and tear”, repetitive strain, sport, trauma or very often stress. I like to think that my approach to helping my patients is a holistic one. It is important to try to find out why a patient is presenting with a particular problem at a particular time. I also place great emphasis on a patient’s participation in their own recovery, what the patient can do to help themselves. I believe that the road to recovery is really a team effort.


Osteopathy Can Help


Back Treatment?


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Osteopathy FAQs


Do I need to be referred by my GP to see the osteopath? Will I feel sore after treatment? Apart from back pain what else can you treat?
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Your First Visit


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