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Dr Penter graduated in 1994 in South Africa, and worked extensively with the medical profession. His Masters Thesis was on tension type headaches, and as a result he has always been interested in the diagnosis and management of headaches. He lectured in the field of cervical spine disorders and headaches at the Durban University of Technology. In 1997 he acquired a post graduate qualification in Sports Medicine and has treated high profile athletes.
In 2001 he relocated to the UK to lectured at the University of Surrey. In 2004 he left the University to focus on private practice in Guildford, Clapham and Wimbledon. Dr Penter continues to combine his chiropractic and sports knowledge to diagnose and manage a variety of different conditions, but he also refers to Consultants, Doctors and Physiotherapist should the patient require such intervention.
Areas of interest
Neck pain; headaches; low back pain; midback pain; sciatica, and sports injuries such as shoulder, knee and hip joint problems
- Charmaine Adias and Anel Penter
- PhysioSW19 129 Alexandra Road London SW19 7JY
- 020 8947 2053
- Lorraine Preston
- Castle Street Clinic 36-37 Castle Street Guildford GU1 3UQ
- 01483 300400
My interest is in the field of neck pain and headaches. I have lectured in these fields both in South Africa and at the University of Surrey (Guildford).
I enjoy spending time with my wife and kids as well as playing the occasional game of golf whenever I have an opportunity to. I watch international rugby from occasionally.
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Afrikaans - Basic
Parkin-Smith GF, Penter CS. A clinical trial investigating the effect of two manipulative approaches in the treatment of mechanical neck pain: a pilot study. (Journal of the Neuromusculoskeletal System 1998 Spring; 6910:6-16
Courses offered to GPs
I meet and talk with with GPs and physiotherapists on lower back, neck and headaches.
- Masters in Chiropractic Durban University of Technology 1995
- Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians 1997
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details