“Getting rid of pain fast” | “Treating the cause, not just the symptoms” | “Giving you answers”
RJ Osteopathic Clinic Team
Reena Joshi, BSc (hons) Ost Med. ND DO. Cert Ed.
Principal Osteopath/Clinic Director
Reena heads up the RJ Osteopathic Clinic team, qualifying as a registered osteopath in 2001 from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. She uses the traditional ‘structural’ approach to Osteopathy believing that ‘structure governs function’ i.e. if the structure is not right, how can it function correctly? With a keen interest in Body mechanics, Spinal alignment and Cranial osteopathy, Reena believes that ‘suffering should not be an option’ just get it sorted!
Reena is also trained to use Interferential therapy, Ultrasound and more recently completed a Kinesio-taping course to help postural adjustments. Reena has experience working in an extremely busy sports injury clinic, gymnasium, cranial osteopathy clinic and multi-disciplinary practice.
As well as being an Osteopath Reena is a qualified teacher and has lectured on the Osteopathy Degree course since 2004, since then she has lectured at the Italian School of Osteopathy (ISO) and teaches at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine (SIOM) based at Nescot college in Ewell.
Kapilan Balasubramanium , B.Ost.Med ND DO
Associate Osteopath and Naturopath
Kapilan graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London in 2008 with a bachelor in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy. Kapilan is particularly interested in sports injuries as he has over 10 years experience playing sports himself at a very high level and recently was asked to fly to Australia to play cricket semi-professionally.
He is able to treat structural problems catering treatments to the individual recognizing your personal strengths and weaknesses to provide the highest level of patient care encouraging your body to function at its optimum level which will help improve performance.
His success lies in his ability to recognize your limits and uses a direct structural approach, whilst incorporating soft tissue, hydrotherapy and body mechanics to treat you effectively. Kapilan has experience treating a wide variety of patients, not just athletes; therefore no-matter your age, Kapilan is able to help you.
Rebecca Morley, MOsT
Rebecca Morley graduated from the European School of Osteopathy with a 1st Class Masters Degree in Osteopathy, June 2014. Rebecca has been practising for the last 2.5 years whilst training and is a passionate and enthusiastic member of the team who believes that ‘structure governs function’ she is an expert at ‘re aligning’ body posture.
Rebecca enjoys treating patients of all ages, as well as having a great deal of experience with Pregnant women, newborn babies and infant children. Rebecca treats patients using a ‘structural’ approach and applies other treatments to compliment and speed up recovery time, these modalities are; Dry Needling, Ultrasound therapy, Interferential therapy, Visceral Osteopathy, Kinesiotaping and Cranial therapy.
Currently Rebecca is studying the Neil Asher technique to treat frozen shoulder. Whether you are young or old Rebecca will be able to help.
Michael Burrows, Bsc (hons) Ost Med
Michael Burrows graduated from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine in 2016, with a background in massage therapy. Michael has a great understanding of movement mechanics and injuries related to many sports, having previously worked as part of a team supporting semi-professional footballers and boxers.
Using a structural approach Michael’s first aim is to relieve pain, using a variety of soft tissue techniques and treatment modalities such as inferential therapy and ultrasound therapy. Working on the principle that structure governs function he will identify imbalances and work with your individual needs to rehabilitate and strengthen areas of weakness.
Michael believes that although not everyone is an athlete, they should be able to perform at their best in daily activities and not be limited by pain or apprehension. His focus will be on helping you reach your goals whether it be walking to the shops without pain or reaching the top in your chosen sport.
Philomena Hunt joined our clinic in 2009 as our full-time receptionist and is the first point of contact for our patients. Apart from being behind the reception at the Clinic, Philomena was also qualified many years ago as a nurse. She has a keen interest in complimentary medicine and her background in nursing is a real asset to the RJ team as she has experience in helping people who are in a lot of pain.