We’re lucky to have fantastic osteopaths at this clinic. Their training involved a minimum 4-year degree course at the University College of Osteopathy encompassing a thorough academic education and over 1000 hours of clinical practice in the student clinic. They are all registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Hollie Carter MOst MA(Oxon) PgACE
Hollie qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (now the University College of Osteopathy) with distinction in 2011, having been awarded the prize for Clinical Excellence in her final exams. She has worked in a variety of practices since graduating and took the reins at our sister clinic, West Dulwich Osteopaths in 2014.
Hollie did a degree in Physiology before training as an osteopath. She has always been fascinated by the complex workings of the body and loves helping people understand their problem and get back to feeling their normal selves after a period of pain or injury.
Charlotte Mead MSc MOst
Charlotte (also known as Charlie) studied with Hollie at the British School of Osteopathy, completing her M.Ost Master Of Osteopathy Degree in 2011. Alongside working, she completed a second masters, an MSc in Sports & Exercise Medicine, at Queen Mary’s University London in 2016.
Charlotte has a broad range of experience with all types of patients from the very young to the very elderly, using a wide variety of techniques selected to suit that patient’s specific requirements.
The focus of her Sports Medicine Masters has given her a unique perspective on injury management and prevention. She is passionate about providing holistic treatment and bespoke exercise-based rehabilitation & management plans for all types of musculoskeletal injuries, centred on the specific needs of each individual patient.
Mariana Bakewell MOst MSc Sports Medicine
Mariana graduated from the University College of Osteopathy in 2016, after several years of working as a sports massage therapist. Since qualifying, she has worked for a variety of companies, including Neal’s Yard Therapy Rooms, 111 Pilates, The Royal Opera House, and The Urdang Academy, alongside running her own practice in a CrossFit gym in East London. Over the last decade, she has supported cyclists and runners raising money on events such as London to Paris bike rides and the London Marathon, working regularly with charities such as Blood Cancer UK, Myeloma UK, Cure Leukaemia, and The Royal British Legion.Mariana is passionate about helping her patients achieve their sport and exercise goals, and has just completed a masters in Sports & Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary’s University of London. This has helped her develop a deeper understanding of how to manage sports injuries, and to provide her patients with effective rehabilitation programmes. Although she treats a lot of amateur athletes, she also enjoys treating a broad range of people from office workers, to musicians, to older adults. Whatever injury or aches and pains you are experiencing, Mariana works with you to find the best treatment and management plan that fits in with your lifestyle to minimise your pain, achieve your goals, and get you back to doing what you love.
Johanna Chatelain MOst