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Hermes Health
Michael Mehta

Wyndham Clinic

Nina Bain

Bowskill Clinic
Karolin Krell

Thetford Osteopaths

Andrew Hamilton

The Brockham 

Osteopathic Clinic       Lise Court

The Notting Hill Osteopathic Practice
Andrew Ferguson

The Wigmore Clinic

Nikki Ellis

Hammersmith Osteopath

Alison Judah

Open Health Clinic

Toby Pollard-Smith

Calmer Clinics

David Propert

Genesis Mind & Body

Michael Francis


Robert Ganpatsingh

New Era Health Centre

Daniel Thomas

Back2Life Clinic

David L McCabe

The Joshi Clinic

Tommi Sliiden

Theale Wellbeing


Michael Palfre

South London Osteopathic Practice

Helen Clarke

Finchley Osteopaths

Nonica Papageorgiou

Wandsworth Osteopathic Practice

Ajay Shah

Willow Clinic

Yvonne McNiven

The Vale Practice

Rebecca Friesner


Alessandro Sartori

Hermes Health

Christopher Blackburne

Natalie Britchford
Evolution Osteopathy
Matthew Wood

Student Member

Chloe Spencer


 Osteopathy for Singers


Professional voice users including singers will be aware of the many physical and psychological factors that can affect the voice.  Osteopathy views the patient in the context of the whole: mind and body are interdependent and when dysfunctions occur this can easily manifest through the voice.  For singers healthy integration of mind and body are normal requisites for voice production.


Many singers can be affected by tensions in the vocal apparatus (muscle tension dysphonia) without any damage to the vocal apparatus (larynx and vocal cords).  This can be a manifestation of local muscle tension due to postural changes in the neck and shoulder area or potentially from alterations further afield such as the position of the pelvis.


Osteopaths will work with singers to ensure optimal postural alignment and integration so that the vocal apparatus is as free as possible. This allows for ease and control of voice production.