Is Pain Getting You Down?

Pain is literally life changing. Whether it's the first time you've been in discomfort, or something you've had to deal with for years, pain completely changes the way we live our day to day lives.


If it's the first time you've been in pain, you can suddenly feel like your body has begun to give up on you, and if it's something you've had to deal with for a long time, it can be absolutely exhausting. Whether that be neck pain from sitting at your desk at work, back pain from bending over to tie your shoes or pick up your baby, or even an ankle sprain that's stopping you from walking or running, we're here to help you.

AT Health's flagship multi-disciplinary clinic is in the heart of Covent Garden's Piazza and offers a variety of different health and therapeutic therapies that aim to get you back to your optimum health.

We don't like it when we hear patients saying that "pain has become their new normal," and so we strive to make sure that is no longer the case. Through a mixture of treatment, rehabilitation exercises and most importantly education, we want to make sure that not only can you go about your life pain free, we also want to ensure that you have the tools at your dispossal so that it doesn't come to haunt you again in the future.


Osteopathy is a holistic form of manual therapy that specialises in detecting, treating and preventing health problems via a range of different techniques such as massage, articulation and manipulations (high velocity thrusts).

Sports Massage

It was created to help optimise athlete performance and therefore sports masseurs are often taught anatomy to a very high level, as well as a range of different injuries that can occur to the musculoskeletal system.

Rehab & Exercise

At AT Health we like to give you the tools to make sure that once we have fixed your ailment, it doesn't come back in the future. To do this we give advice, exercises and stretches for you to do at home or at work. 

What People Have To Say

“I had my first visit with Andrew and after our initial conversation, he got straight to work having already ascertained my issues. Andrew was gentle, professional and has already helped me with my neck complaint. I will definitely be booking in to see him again. Andrew sends out exercise suggestions to follow up the appointment and seems to really care about his patients. He is charming and I recommend him wholeheartedly.” 

 - Catherine Macmillan

“I've been to a few osteopaths with my lower back struggle and I really have to say that this was the most positive and therapeutic session that I have ever had. He backed it up with exercises to do at home and an option of acupuncture on my next session. I will go back. ”

- Emma

“Andrew made me feel welcome and at ease immediately. He explained the procedure before and during the session. He ensured that I was not in any discomfort throughout. I would recommend his services to anyone and the services provided by AT Health."

- Anna O'Brien

“Andrew very quickly created an extremely welcoming and professional environment which put me at ease within seconds.” 

- Luke Saville

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