One You

Osteopathy is a profession that focuses on creating an environment for supporting the health of our patients and the One You campaign, with its focus on positive messages for overall optimal health, is a campaign that aligns well with our osteopathic principles.
Osteopaths are ideally placed to provide health advice and guidance to aid people to make the changes proposed by the One You campaign, and demonstrate that there is far more to osteopathic practice than just treating backs.

About One You
because there is only one you WHITE BBUP

Active 10 is the latest physical activity campaign from the One You programme, devised by Public Health England. One You is the first national programme that seeks to encourage adults to make positive changes to their everyday behaviours that could see them avoid many of the diseases caused by modern day lifestyles. It is estimated that habits such as poor diet, excessive alcohol, smoking and a lack of activity – are responsible for around 40% of all deaths in England and costs the NHS more than £11 billion a year.

The One You campaign provides positive lifestyle messages on areas such as smoking cessation, eating, drinking, sleeping and moving to inform, energise and engage millions of adults, especially those in middle age. One You also provides information on free health checks and how people can reduce their stress levels and sleep better.

Brisk Walking and the Active 10 App

We all know the importance of being physically active and the good news is that just 10 continuous minutes of brisk walking counts as physical activity. Brisk walking is simply walking faster than you would do normally, which gets the heart pumping, makes you feel more energetic and helps to improve your mood. Over time it can also help to lower the risk of serious illness like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Active 10 has a free app you can download which includes tips and encouragement to help you fit ten-minute brisk walking sessions into your daily routine. It also tells you how much brisk walking you are currently doing as well as helping you to slowly build up from just 10 minutes of exercise to 30 minutes a day by providing regular rewards, challenges and encouragement.

C1, Sutherland Avenue/C1 Westminster City Council

Location Code: 6216
C, Westminster City Council
Charge Times: Monday to Friday 8:30am – 6:30pm
For every 10 Minutes 8:30am – 6:30pm £0.28 (0.02)
1 Hour 8:30am – 6:30pm £1.70
Charge Times: Bank Holiday
24 Hours Free

Minimum Stay: 10 min
Maximum Stay: 4 Hours.
Extendable: Up to Maximum stay.
A minimum purchase of 10 minutes applies at this location. If selecting 1-9 minutes you will be allocated and charged for the minimum purchase.
Last tariff update: 09 March 2018

Parking map near Maida Vale Library

 

Bus route stopping outside are the 6, 187 and 414 

Nearest tube is Warwick Avenue on Bakerloo line one stop from Paddington mainline station.

 

Journey Planner


Our terms and conditions of Service

What to bring with you

It would be useful but not essential to bring the following items to your consultation:

    • GP Details and Referral Letter
    • X-Rays or Scans
    • Current medication list
    • Completed Health Insurance Forms
    • Medical Reports
    • Exercise Program

Patient Osteopath Partnership

Our Osteopaths will explain:

Claiming on Heath Insurance?

Reception hours:
09:00 – 18:00 : Monday to Thursday
Friday 09:00 – 15:00

Practice Hours

Monday  10:00 – 17:00 – Robin Lansman &
17:30 – 19:30 – Marelie Mey
Tuesday 9:00 to 13:00 –  Karen Phillips
Wednesday 10:00 to 17:00 – Robin Lansman &
17:30 – 19:30 – Marelie Mey
Thursday 9:00 to 19:90 – Marelie Mey
Friday 9:00 – 13:00 – Karen Phillips

Parking with CARE
Thank you!

On & Off Street Parking
Please ensure your vehicle is not blocking local Resident’s driveways or parked on pavements or grass
We have a small rear carpark to the back of your building.

 

Bus route 37 stops on Cookham Road.

Nearest train station is Furze Platt station.

Journey Planner


Reduced fee rate packages and Off Peak rates