Meet the Team
ADAM BERMAN B.OST (HONS)
Adam’s first experience of manual therapy was when he trained in shiatsu with Sarah Bristow at The Practice Place.
He later went on to take the B.Ost course in Osteopathy at the prestigious College of Osteopaths in London where he was awarded a first class honours degree.
Adam is an active contributor to osteopathic research and has presented a paper on lateral epicondylalgia at the COET Research Matters Conference.
Adam takes an evidence-based structural approach to osteopathy informed by the latest research. Using his knowledge of biomechanics he devises treatment plans that not only address the immediate symptoms but also tackles the underlying cause of the symptoms to make a future recurrence less likely.
Adam is registered with GOsC (the General Osteopathic Council) and the Registro de Osteópatas de España and is a member of the Institute of Osteopaths.
CONSTANTIN SCHAAF M.OST
Osteopath & Sports Therapist
Constantin’s path to a career in health and healing started while studying Mechanical Engineering at the TU Graz in Austria. A keen cyclist, he used his spare time to study fitness and nutrition leading to a move to Australia and a degree in Sport & Exercise Science at James Cook University. At the same time he pursued his triathlon ambitions, competing around the world, including three times in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
His experience of intensive training and sports injury led Constantin to the field of osteopathy where he could put his knowledge of injury prevention and rehabilitation to good use. A masters graduate of the renowned British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) Constantin uses his deep understanding of the human body, biomechanics, anatomy & physiology combined with his experience as a trainer and accomplished athlete to treat people with a wide range of physical ailments in a compassionate and holistic manner.