About Guy

Guy Gold

Principal Osteopath

Guy Gold has run an Osteopathic practice in Camden for almost  21 years and has built his reputation through his commitment to helping every patient get the best out of life. He graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 1998 with a BSc honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a Naturopathic diploma. He is holistic in his approach and believes in treating the individual, rather than a condition, to optimise health and wellbeing.

Guy’s strength is his highly refined observational skills which inform his comprehensive patient assessments. He uses the assessment process to build personal treatment plans based on the needs and medical history of each patient. Dedicated to growing and developing as a practitioner, Guy undertakes ongoing professional training to challenge himself, to support his associates and to help deliver the best treatment possible to his patients. Patient feedback plays an important part in continually improving his practice. Guy has recently introduced more stickers into his consultations, following some kindly advice from one of his 7 year old patients.

Guy provides treatments to anyone over 4 years old, including pre and post natal women. He often invites associates into the practice to offer patients an additional range of specialist approaches, including Cranial Osteopathy and Paediatric Osteopathy for babies and toddlers.

About our Associates

Andrew Hudson

Associate Osteopath

Andrew joined the clinic all the way from Melbourne, Australia, where he graduated with a Masters of Osteopathy. He has worked within a number of Melbourne’s most reputable clinics, learning from some of Australia's top Osteopaths.

Andrew has held teaching positions in Australia and India and has been a clinical supervisor and tutor at The London School of Osteopathy. In India, he worked in rehabilitative and Orthopaedic Hospital environments, in a multi-disciplinary team alongside Senior Orthopaedic Surgeons, Physiotherapists and Osteopathic students. This greatly informed his understanding of the recovery and rehabilitative processes following surgery.

Andrew has helped patients recover from a variety of different injuries, and has special interests in functional biomechanics, sports and rehabilitation, modern and chronic pain sciences and ergonomic corporate health services.

Andrew brings a high level of knowledge and expertise in musculoskeletal manual therapy and rehabilitation, and has completed postgraduate training in Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates and Strength & Conditioning. He actively involves his patients in achieving their goals and finds a combination of manual therapy and proper conditioning vital for patients' recovery from injury.

Anna Aydinc

Associate Osteopath

Anna has a structural approach to musculoskeletal pain with a strong focus on rehabilitation. Her treatments are based on functional assessments and draw on visceral and cranial osteopathic approaches, in order to address pain or dysfunction in the context of the whole body.

Anna regularly attends CPD courses in these fields and has pursued in depth training in treating the pelvis, abdomen, diaphragm and in newborn paediatrics.

She has worked in NHS settings and sports clinics, supporting patients from new-born babies to nonagenarians, office workers to high-level martial artists.

She is passionate in giving them her best care and feels privileged to work in a truly wonderful profession that allows her to help her patients to continue or return to the things they love to do.

Originally from Germany, Anna graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2010 with a Masters in Osteopathy.

Shaun Brooking

Personal Trainer

Shaun has worked in movement for over a decade. He has come all the way from South Africa, with an honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science and a post graduate degree in Human Performance. He has worked in the performance world with athletes, focused on performance enhancement, through strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation.

Spending time within the “harder, faster, stronger community”, Shaun realised the cost on the human body of this approach, which inspired him to go on a deeper journey into biomechanics, neuroscience and the effects of mind set on our bodies’ response to life and training. He now uses a very unique approach to his training and movement sessions, using his skills to help people move well, for longer.
Shaun sees people from a variety of different backgrounds and sporting codes. He works with life athletes, office athletes, and mum athletes, because all of us have the potential to move through life with our natural athleticism. Shaun has a deep belief that good quality movement is the key to living and thriving in the urban jungle.