Osteopathy treatment for back and neck pain, sports injuries, disc related conditions and specialist IDD spinal decompression therapy in Acton, London

Treatment and management techniques available through osteopathy are soft tissue release, joint articulation and mobilization, dry needling/medical acupuncture, and rehab programming.

Pixie Lale-Klasicki

Pixie is a qualified Osteopath from the University College of Osteopathy (Formerly British School of Osteopathy) with a Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost)  and is a qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer.

Pixie is qualified to treat a large number of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions and manage several neurological presentations. These include sport related injuries, biomechanical imbalances, and pre and post operative rehabilitation.

As a National level swimmer, Pixie understands what it takes to perform at a high level and desires to help every individual reach their goal no matter how big or small it may be.

It is this approach that enables her to understand the individual requirement of each person and adapt methods of treatment and management to integrate with their daily demands.


Our services

initial osteopathy consultation

A full screening of the complaint, an explanation of the cause for the symptoms, a treatment, and management plan tailored for your injury, and a daily schedule.


osteopathy follow up

Evaluation of the progress made to date, and ongoing adaptations to treatment and management to get you moving pain-free.

30 minutes.


sports massage

Suitable for either total upper body or total lower body massage and if for those who feel the strain of regular exercise.

30 minutes.


FULl sports massage

A full-body sports massage and is ideal for those who demand a lot from their body on a day to day basis.

60 minutes.


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