Our Team

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Nikos Stamos

MSc (NMS), BSc (Hons), Dip Inj Ther, Schroth Therapist, MCSP


Founder & Head of Physiotherapy



Nikos graduated from the School of Physiotherapy in Athens, Greece. During his studies, he worked in several hospitals and clinics in Athens. He developed an early interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and attended numerous courses of the Kaltenborn/Evjenth concept, manual therapy approach. He has built extensive expertise in treatment and rehabilitation of spinal conditions, shoulder and knee dysfunctions. In addition he is a certified Schroth physiotherapist for the treatment of scoliosis and also holds a Masters in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Brighton and a diploma in Injection Therapy from the University of Southampton. His MSc thesis was published in the well-acknowledged Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. He has worked in several NHS hospitals and private practices around the UK.


Nikos has special interest in treating scoliosis and postural deformities. He is fluent in both English and Greek. 

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Heba Massri

MSc, BSc (Hons.), MCSP 


Clinic Director, Pain & Women’s Health Specialist 




Heba graduated from The Leeds Metropolitan University with experience in both NHS and private practice. She was a faculty member of the School of Physiotherapy in The King Abdul Aziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She has developed expertise in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions and pain management integrating manual therapy techniques, soft tissue therapy, core stability strengthening, acupuncture and NLP. Heba has a “hands-on” approach treatment aiming at the source of symptoms and the prevention of re-occurrence by treating her patients holistically.


Heba holds an MSc in Physiotherapy from The University of Brighton and has qualifications in Neurological Rehabilitation, Aquatic Therapy, Pilates, Pain Management, Women's Health and urinary incontinence. She has special interest in treating the spine, chronic pain management and pelvic floor dysfunction. She is fluent in English, Arabic and Greek.

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Hugo Pinto

BPhty, MCSP, Post Grad Dip In Functional Osteopathy


MSK & Sports Injuries Specialist 



After graduating in 2003 in Lisbon, Hugo has built a deep knowledge of biomechanics, rehabilitation of sporting injuries and postural dysfunctions. He started his osteopathy training in 2004, finishing his post-graduation in functional osteopathy in 2015. He was also a lecturer of sports osteopathy. In 2006, he started his work both in the Portuguese Swimming Federation (FPN) and Sporting Clube of Portugal; in the swimming, water polo and triathlon department.  He later became head physio for the FPN, overseeing the physiotherapy preparation for Portuguese swimming team at the Rio Olympic games in 2016. During this time, he was co-author of the national guidelines for warm-up, recovery and prevention for swimming. Hugo is currently the physiotherapist of the elite Swiss swimming national team. 


Hugo has an interest in upper limb and knee injuries caused by overloading and compensatory movement patterns. He uses various approaches with a combination of manual therapy, osteopathy and load management. He is fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish. 

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Alex Obradovich

 BSc (Hons.), MCSP


MSK & Sports Injuries Specialist


Since graduating from the University of East London, Alex has worked extensively in the NHS as well as in private practice.  She spent a number of years working in sports medicine, mostly with triathletes. Part of her work also involves working with musicians and singers.  Her passion for functional rehabilitation, injury prevention and movement efficiency means her practice continuously draws on a variety of movement methods including Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais Method and clinical Pilates. She finds these rehabilitation methods to have remarkable clinical outcomes in retraining chronic musculoskeletal conditions, in post-operative recovery, as well as in retraining postural and highly skilled sports and performance movements. Together with traditional physiotherapy approaches (spinal mobilisation, kinesiotaping, myofascial release, etc.), Alex also uses medical acupuncture and dry needling in her practice. She has interest in the lower limb and spine rehabilitation where she aims to enable her patients to live and move in effortless, efficient and joyful ways.