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Mrs Gina John
Bachelor of Osteopathy
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Gina John is a consultant osteopath based in London, UK. Prior to undertaking her studies at The British School of Osteopathy (BSO), Gina was a professional dancer training in ballet, jazz and figure skating since childhood. Unfortunately following a spinal injury in her early 20’s she was unable to continue competing. Whilst studying she began practising as a Pilates Instructor to further fund her studies, working closely with Physiotherapy and post-operative patients she gained a wealth of experience which she was able to relate to her practice. 


She graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Osteopathy degree and was awarded a prize in Human Function & Dysfunction, which was presented to her by HRH Princess Anne. 


She as a specialist interest in patients who are hypermobility issues, suffering from the condition herself she has relatable knowledge and lived experienced. Gina is committed to her unique approach of treatment, providing complete musculoskeletal assessment, treatment and management of acute and chronic conditions, based on the holistic principles of Osteopathy and Pilates. Whereby both complementary and conventional medicine work in harmony to provide the best possible health outcomes for her patients.

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Special Interests

  • Full Body Assessment of Hypermobility and Muscle Imbalance 
  • Evaluation and Diagnosis of pain and other symptoms 
  • Hypermobility Syndromes
  • Exercise for the Elderly
  • Scoliosis Management 
  • Chronic Conditions in injured dancers and musicians
  • Pilates for rehabilitation
  • Pilates for advanced fitness training and body conditioning
  • Biomechanical Evaluation
  • Core stability
  • Foot Health and Orthotics


Bachelor of Osteopathy The British School of Osteopathy (BSO) 2003