Clive Lathey is an Osteopath based in London.
After graduating from The British School of Osteopathy in 1983, Mr Lathey embarked upon a career full of exciting experiences. He initiially worked in Australia, New Zealand and Spain before joining a leading private physiotherapy sports injurty clinic in London, treating top sportsmen. His high profile experiences include touring with The Spice Girls, providing Osteopathy to world class golfer Colin Montgomerie and being part of the medical team for Liverpool FC. He continues to treat professional tennis players and Olympic athletes, having built a name for himself as one of the country's top practicioners. Clive has also worked on five West End productions, looking after cast members and producers and professional musicians and bands. Clive worked at the London Olympics (Polyclinic 2012) and Rio Olympics (Saudi Arabian team 2016 ). His specialist interest currently is triathlon, in particular injury prevention and improving performance. He is a regular speaker at osteopathic and medical conferences and writer.
In 2009 he completed a three year Master's Degree in Sports Medicine and Sports Science at Surrey University.
Manipulation and mobilisation, soft tissue massage, acupuncture-dry needling, ultrasonic therapy, movement analysis, exercise rehabilitation, ergonomic assessment and advice
neck and back pain, nerve pain, sports injuries, exercise rehabilitation, shoulders, knees, injury prevention.
The British School of Osteopathy: 1983
Roehampton (University of Surrey): 2009
Institute of Osteopathy
General Osteopathic council
Osteopathic Sports care association
London Osteopathic Society
Royal Society of Medicine