07940 535 660 osteotm@yahoo.com

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Be your best physical self with osteopathy

Treatment for pain, restrictions, injury, pre and post surgery… Treating athletes, weekend worriors, the stressed, pregnant, all ages, sizes and abilities…

Tania in your Home

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Tel: 07940 535 660

Tania in East London

Where and when


Monday: Avenue Health

Tuesday: Home visits

Wednesday: KX

Thursday: CORE Clapton

Friday: Pimlico Osteopahy

Saturday: KXU & Pimlico Osteo

Sunday: KX & Home visits


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The hamstrings are a group of three muscles at the back of your thigh. They run from the crease of your buttocks to just below the back of your knee, and primarily bend the knee and straighten the hip. They are greatly involved in walking, running, getting in and out...

Lower Back

Pain in the lower back is one of the most common complaints I see in clinic. It is often incredibly painful, seriously restricts movement and affects sleep. Early diagnosis and treatment gives quicker relief and appropriate rehab can guard against reoccurrence....


It is good to breathe but strangely we don't always get it right! Physical and emotional stress can lead to shallow breathing, and even posture can restrict the filling of our upper lungs or the distension of our abdomen. If you are a patient of mine I may...


You are very unique and know how to touch someone’s life. I will not forget you. Thank you for all you have done for me.

Zack, Retail Manager, Pimlico, 2020

Tania offered an outstanding level of care. She listened in detail to all of my injuries, went above and beyond to understand the cause of the injuries and outline an effective treatment plan. Her knowledge is unparalleled and she is highly skilled. Tania was friendly, extremely thorough, professional and caring.

Melissa, Personal trainer, Chelsea, 2019

My son saw Tania for back problems. I was very impressed. She spent the first half hour asking him questions to assess the exact problem and then started to work on the specific area. After a few sessions with Tania, he felt 100% but also more knowledgeable about his body. She gave him specific exercises to work on, in between sessions, so he would heal faster. I would highly recommend Tania as she knows her stuff, very professional and very thorough. Absolutely worth the visit to see her!

Christine and teenage son, Pimlico, 2019

Tania delivered probably the most thorough and therapeutic massage I’ve ever had. Relaxing? Um, no, this was all about results. But could I move my neck and shoulders in a way I’ve only dreamt of afterwards? Oh, yes!

The Spa Spy Blog. 13.3.14

I usually have a massage once a week, but few are noteworthy enough to single out. Once in a while there’s an exception to prove the rule, and my recent massage at the hands of Tania Mattock is such a one.

I love a firm approach – fingers, hands, elbows and arms digging into my knots – but Tania is also known for an extra twist: the introduction of acupuncture needles in a technique called Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS). Unlike traditional acupuncture, which works on energy and meridian lines that relate to different parts of the body, this is anatomy-specific and focuses on relieving stiffness and pain in the back, shoulder and – in my case – what I call “mobile-phone neck”.

‘How to spend it’, 14.3.15, The Financial Times