Zoë Mundell, head of New Body Osteo, and her team successfully treat those with existing injuries, as well as those hoping to prevent future strain, stiffness or injury. They put exercises and behaviours in place to correct poor posture and movement patterns.
They are experienced in treating sports injuries of all kinds and have worked with many elite athletes and sports people. You don’t need to be a member of the Reebok Sports Club to take advantage of their services.
All of our osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council and are members of the British Osteopaths Association.
Zoë gained a master’s degree in Osteopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) where she graduated with distinction. BCOM invited Zoe back to the university to lecture in osteopathic and soft tissue technique.
Being heavily involved in sports and physical exercise all of her life, Zoë worked for 15 years as a successful personal trainer, pilates instructor and sports therapist. She is proud to have been part of the Reebok Sports Club from the very beginning. Zoë has a natural desire to optimise health, nutrition and fitness and is also a qualified naturopath - her professional and caring nature make her a valuable part of the team and popular with her patients.
Daniel originally studied anatomy before choosing a career in osteopathy. After spending several years in a large group practice in Suffolk, he set up his own practice at a GP surgery in Cambridgeshire. He is now in London, lecturing at the British School of Osteopathy and studying for a master’s degree in Pain Neuroscience at Kings College.
Daniel has a special interest in persistent pain states and complex areas such as the jaw, head and feet. Combining the holistic background of osteopathy with the latest evidence-based medicine helps him deal with problems that are often refractory to conventional medicine, such as headaches, temporomandibular dysfunction and plantar fasciitis.
Stephanie graduated with a master’s degree in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) and has since become a Fellow of Applied Functional Science after completing the prestigious GIFT mentorship programme at the Gray Institute, USA.
Stephanie has a passion for osteopathy and a special interest in the assessment and treatment of sports injuries and functional biomechanics. She uses hands-on soft tissue massage, joint manipulation and articulatory techniques including pain free joint movement reprogramming and functional exercise rehabilitation catered to each client’s individual goals.
Stephanie also incorporates medical acupuncture for pain relief, and individual nutritional supplementation and lifestyle advice, encouraging optimum health and recovery.