About Jason Bianchi

Associate Osteopath

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Jason has a Masters in Osteopathy from The London School of Osteopathy, one of the UK's leading providers of Osteopathic education.  He has also completed the Graston Technique®  certification, which he qualified in New York, becoming a certified practitioner (GTP) a therapy using instrument- assisted  soft tissue mobilisation (IASTM) to treat where formation of scar tissue and fascial restrictions occur. He is also experienced in manual soft tissue treatment therapy.

As well as treating patients in clinic of all ages presenting with back, joint and other musculoskeletal injuries, Jason has a keen interest working with elite athletes, specialising in sport injuries and preventative treatment which includes exercise rehabilitation. Having worked within Elite athletics, providing trackside support and osteopathic treatment across a number of disciplines in particular sprinters, hurdlers, allowed him to work with athletes representing Great Britain. Jason has also worked within contact sports, including Rugby and Martial arts.  Currently he is working with the England National Karate Team providing Osteopathic treatment and medical support during National and International competitions and training camps.

Jason’s goal is to provide treatment to help patients recover as quickly and safely as possible, so they can return back to the activities they enjoy. As well as providing treatment and rehabilitation for acute injuries, Jason also treats long term chronic conditions that require management to help prevent relapses /reoccurring injuries and pain.

Jason Bianchi
Associate Osteopath

Private Health Insurance

Please note that we need 24 hours notice if you cannot make an appointment or the full fee may be charged. Please remember that you are directly responsible for the cost of your treatment on the day, this can then be claimed back through your private insurance. A receipt will be provided as proof of your payment which you can then produce to your insurance company. However please remember there may be an excess on your policy.

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