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Mr Alan Burke

Osteopathy

 

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About me

Alan has been working as an osteopath since 2000, treating international standard sports people. He also worked as part of the Physical Therapy team in the Athletes Village at the 2012 London Olympics.

Alan’s previous experience as an International standard pole-vaulter started his interest in sports injury and its mechanics.

Alan has worked as a Sports Injury Therapist treating gymnasts and athletes and was the Health and Fitness Advisor for the Surrey Fire and Rescue Service. Alan is a qualified UK Athletics jumps coach and has previously worked as a member of the UK Athletics Medical Team at Multi-event Internationals.

Alan also offers gait analysis for running injuries and lower limb issues. With over 20 years of experience, Alan can also treat general aches and pains, back and posture issues and workplace generated pain.

Alan is based in Laleham and Richmond.
SportsOsteo (Laleham)- Wednesday's 9am- 8pm & Friday's 9am-6pm.
The Forge Clinic (Richmond)- Monday's 2-8pm Thursday's 9- 5.30pm.

Areas of interest

Sports Injuries; Sports Medicine; Running Injuries; Gait Analysis; Back and Neck Aches & Pains; Postural Issues; Work related biomechanical problems; Exercise as medicine.

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Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)

Procedures completed

  • AA526

    Follow on osteopath session - (5-50)

  • AA525

    Initial osteopath session - (5-50)

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