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Hugo qualified as an osteopath from the London School of Osteopathy in 2007 and started working at a busy London practice ‘Back to Back’ where he still runs a list. He moved to Windsor in 2009 and set up his own practice ‘The Castle Clinic’ at the Spire Hospital on Frances Road. He is delighted to have taken over the Arch Clinic as owner, director and practising osteopath in 2013. His goal is to turn it into a truly interdisciplinary clinic incorporating osteopathy, sports medicine, Physiotherapy, podiatry and sports massage as well as a number of other complementary therapies.
Olympic Medical Team
“In 2012 I had the great honour of being selected as an osteopath for the Olympic Medical Team, working with Olympic and Paralympic athletes at the rowing and sprint canoe village. I have also been asked to join the medical team for the 2013 World Rowing Championships at Dorney”.
Areas of interest
British Medical Acupuncture
Hugo has a wealth of experience in treating patients of all ages from childhood. He commonly treats back and neck pain, pregnancy related musculoskeletal pain including symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD), and office based postural issues. He has a particular interest in sporting injuries treating recreational sportsmen to elite athletes.
2007 – Qualified as an Osteopath from the London School of Osteopathy
2008 – British Medical Acupuncture
2012 – Olympic Medical Team
2013 – Sports Trauma Management (Lubas Medical)
2013 – World Rowing Championships Medical Team