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Meet The Team

Image of Christopher Leighton. Principle Osteopath at the Bexleyheath Osteopathic Practice.Principal Osteopath-  Mr Christopher Leighton Bsc(Hons)Ost, PG Cert ACE

Christopher Leighton is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC No.4402). He graduated from the British School of Osteopathy (B.S.O.) now known as the University College of Osteopathy (U.C.O.) in 2000 and has practised as an osteopath in Bexleyheath ever since.

As a member of the faculty, he taught undergraduate students osteopathic manipulation at the University College of Osteopathy for 20 years and examined them on a variety of other clinical skills. Having recently completed a post graduate certificate in academic and clinical education, he now works part time at the London School of Osteopathy (L.S.O) teaching osteopathic techniques.

He has a keen interest in structural osteopathy, sports injuries and ongoing education. Christopher is a western medical acupuncturist and is qualified to use needles to help patients suffering from muscular pain or in need of general pain management.

Christopher lives in Bexleyheath with his wife Judith and runs regularly with Bexley Athletics Club. He is an associate member of the 100 Marathon Club (62 completed, and still going!) and a run director at the Bexley parkrun. He enjoys watching his son play football and his daughter do gymnastics. He is an ex-cricketer and long suffering Leyton Orient Football Club season ticket holder.

Image of Alix Bliss, associate osteopath and sports massage therapist at the Bexleyheath Osteopathic Practice.

Associate Osteopath and Sports Massage Therapist- Alix Bliss M.Ost

Alix is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC No.10,463) and is also a sports massage therapist. She completed her studies at the University College of Osteopathy where she was awarded her masters degree. Alix is also qualified to use western medical acupuncture. Alix used to compete as a synchronised swimmer. She lives local to Bexleyheath, and when not working she enjoys spending time with her friends and exercising. She especially enjoys walking her dog in the local parks! In addition to her general osteopathic practise, Alix enjoys working with athletes of all abilities in order to help them to achieve their sporting goals.

Give the Bexleyheath Osteopathic Practice a call on 02082987122 if you would like to book an appointment. Our osteopaths look forward to welcoming you soon!!

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