Stanmore Health was set up with a desire to provide a center of clinical excellence that embraces modern advances in the healthcare sciences. Advances that enable a greater understanding of your problem, more control over your symptoms and ultimately more tools to help you make an effective recovery.
...for patient centered care
Our aim is to take time with you so you can understand your symptoms. We aim to verbalise and manage your symptoms in a way that encourages you to stay independent and active based around your individual goals and expectations.
We look forward to meeting you at Stanmore Health
Kristina Stenton has been qualified for over 10 years with a Masters degree in Osteopathy with
Distinction from the University College of Osteopathy. Over this time she has had extensive experience
of providing individualised and effective treatment plans for a diverse range of musculoskeletal issues,
giving you expert advice, reassurance, high quality, experienced hands on therapeutic treatment and aids
to help you self manage your symptoms.
Being active herself, enjoying running, hiking and cycling, she looks forward to helping you to do the same, keeping you comfortable, well and active, whatever it is in life that you want to do! Kristina enjoys helping people recover from their sporting injuries and strains providing expert assessment, diagnosis, manual therapy, advice and rehabilitation. She also enjoys generally relieving the stresses and tensions of daily life and work, giving complementary postural advice and exercises plus supporting women through pregnancy, promoting comfort, reduced stress and overall wellness as part of prenatal care. These are to name but a few as Osteopathy and Massage can be a safe and effective treatment for so much more as well, so please do book or or get in touch to discuss your needs, as we're here to help! Kristina looks forward to meeting you soon
Available Tuesdays 11.30am – 9pm
Krishna qualified with a Masters in Osteopathy from the International College of Osteopathic Medicine in June 2018 with a First Class Honours. In the recent years Krishna has furthered her training in Cranial Osteopathy and has also recently completed her Award in Paediatric Osteopathy at the Osteopathic centre for Children. She enjoys treating a variety of patients of all ages with a keen interest in sports and dance related injuries, as well as treating babies and children.
Krishna treats mainly with a structural approach and uses a wide range of techniques including soft tissue mobilisation, joint manipulation and kinesio-tape, she also integrates techniques of Cranial Osteopathy within her treatments. Cranial Osteopathy is a branch of Osteopathy that uses light touch to feel tissue tension and the quality of tissues to help to identify the root cause of dysfunction.
Krishna is a firm believer of the principle that each patient is different and everyone reacts differently to treatment, therefore she caters treatment to suit the needs of her patients and enjoys explaining and discussing each individual patient’s needs with them in detail. This ensures patients leave with a clear understanding of their condition/injury and the treatment/recovery plan.
As well as Osteopathy, Krishna is also a qualified Level 3 Sports Massage therapist. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, a body who ensure patient safety by registering qualified Osteopaths and ensuring professional standards are maintained.
Available Wednesdays 8.45am – 12.45am and Fridays 3.30pm – 8pm
Jashwini is a fully qualified Osteopath with a Masters degree from the London School of Osteopathy. She also has a BSc in Biomedical Science and a ITEC Level 3 Sports Massage Qualification. She has a particular interest in sports injuries and visceral work. She uses a holistic approach to find the root of your problem. She aims to restore the body to optimum health and promote healing after injury, to aid in treating symptoms associated with chronic conditions and prevent future injuries. She uses a range of techniques including soft/deep tissue massage, mobilisations, manipulations, myofascial/ trigger point release, neuromuscular and muscle energy techniques. Along with treatment, she provides relevant advice and prescribes appropriate exercise. Each treatment is tailored to the individual clients' needs.
Jashwini likes to keep fit with an interest in yoga, bouldering, hiking and swimming. She also enjoys reading, cooking and is always open to trying new things.
Available Mondays 8am - 4.45pm
Reena is a qualified and registered Osteopath, who graduated from Swansea University with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. She has experience in helping patients who are living with conditions which could be affecting not only the musculo-skeletal system but other systems in the body too. During her treatments Reena uses a variety of techniques adapting to each individual, including massage, mobilisations, manipulations, lymphatic drainage, strain counter strain and many more, which all target relieving stress and tension in the body's tissues. She enjoys taking time in getting to know her patients’ needs and is committed to delivering the best care possible. Reena believes the body is capable of self-healing, and as an Osteopath she aims to restore the body’s normal function to allow recovery and to help her patients to live pain free.
Outside of treating and helping patients, she enjoys keeping mind/body fit through practicing mindfulness meditation, attending fitness classes, hiking and reading.
Available Wednesdays 1pm - 9pm & Thursdays 4pm - 9pm
Marco graduated from Bologna University in 2016 where he obtained his Bachelor in Physiotherapy. Soon after, Marco moved in the UK and completed the Integrated Master’s Degree in Osteopathy in 2021. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and with the Health & Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
Marco’s approach consists of identifying the cause of the painful symptoms by assessing the affected region and the postural features that are at the root of the presenting complain. His treatment consists of a combination of Osteopathic techniques – especially manual therapy and visceral Osteopathy – and therapeutic exercises. Marco’s approach also focuses on explaining to his patients how pain works in their unique case to reinforce their body awareness when it comes to performing rehabilitative exercises. He will tailor an exercise program based on the problem and the needs of the patient, adapted to both domestic and workplace environments. In parallel to these approaches focused on pain, he also practices therapeutic rehabilitation for patients who suffer from neurological damage (e.g., stroke, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, head trauma, etc.) and from consequences of surgical operations.
Marco has many interests from cooking and playing sport (handball, martial arts and yoga) to reading and the cinema. He is also an assistant lecturer at the European School of Osteopathy.
Available Fridays 9am - 3pm & Saturdays 10am - 4pm