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Sabai Leela Osteopathy Promotion | Earls Court, Fulham, Chelsea and Kensington

Fulham Osteopath

At Sabai Leela we provide specialist hands-on treatment for a wide range of presentations. We do not just treat pain, we also look to find why the pain has occurred and how we can hopefully stop it coming back.

What is Osteopathy?

Peter Chierakul | Fulham Osteopath

Osteopaths are trained as Primary Healthcare Practitioners and are an integral part of rehabilitative care. As the first complimentary medicine to obtain government recognition, osteopaths are governed and regulated by the General Osteopathic Council.

Osteopathy is the diagnosis and treatment of the body which encompasses all muscles, ligaments and joints. Our extensive training in both anatomy and physiology allows the whole body to be addressed thus promoting optimal function throughout. As osteopaths are trained to treat holistically, the site of pain is considered in the context of the individual.

Our osteopath will take a detailed case history, including past history as well as the reason you are seeking help now. We will put your present problem into the context of your health and life to this point. Having taken a history, the osteopath will advise you of your therapy plan before treatment. Examinations are based on orthopaedic and neurological tests as well as tests of movement and strength which give clues as to the bones, joints, muscles and ligaments involved. Treatment may involve gentle articulation movements, soft tissue manipulation and/or gentle cranial osteopathic techniques. Patients may then be given further advice on posture, prevention and exercises. All techniques are chosen for each patient’s individual needs, allowing for the most effective treatment for that individual.

Conditions we treat

Back pain / neck pain

  • Degenerative conditions – joint pain, lumbago, rheumatic pain
  • Structural problems – scoliosis related muscular tension
  • Neurological problems – nerve pain in arms or legs referred from lower back or neck
  • Postural problems – achy muscles, ligamentous sprain, prolapsed discs, facet joint irritation
  • Growth pains and sports injuries
  • Fibromyalgia (fibrositis)


Hip, knee and foot pain

  • Degenerative conditions- joint pain
  • Neurological problems – either locally or referred from lower back
  • Postural problems – achy muscles and joint pains
  • Sporting injuries
  • Growing pains
  • Cramp
  • Circulatory problems


Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain

  • Degenerative pain – joint pain, frozen shoulder
  • Structural – frozen shoulder and tendonitis
  • Postural problems – achy muscles
  • Neurological pain – locally or referred from neck
  • Sporting injuries – tennis elbow, ligamentous, muscular damage



  • Back pain
  • Sacroiliac pain
  • Pubic/groin pain
  • Rib pain
  • Sciatica
  • Promotes relaxation
  • Neuralgia
  • Muscle spasms and tension
  • Cramp
  • Digestive problems
  • Circulatory problems


Babies and Children

  • Muscle spasms and tension
  • Restlessness
  • Postural problems
  • Digestive problems


In addition we are able to provide:

  • Diagnosis and treatment/management possibilities for complex health problems
  • Osteopathic care during pregnancy
  • Biomechanical/postural assessment and rehabilitation advice for long term sport injuries and to improve performance
  • Cranial and visceral osteopathy for a wide range of conditions in adults and children


Please use the contact page if you have further queries regarding your condition and its suitability for treatment.


Case Studies: Why our patients love us

Neck Pain

Neck Pain

Treatment of neck pain and tennis elbow from long desk based working
view case study
Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries

Treatment of severe back pain after a heavy weights session deadlifting.
view case study


Peter Chierakul | Back Pain, Rehabilitation,Sport InjuryPeter Chierakul – M.Ost BA (Hons)
Member of the British Osteopathic Association (BOA)
Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

Peter graduated from the London School of Osteopathy and is an accomplished structural osteopath. He has a particular interest in long term postural issues and back pain and passionately believes that most of the musculo-skeletal problems caused by our modern lifestyles can be managed with the right treatment, exercise and lifestyle.

Prior to becoming an osteopath Peter qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist and Traditional Thai therapist in 2006. He also is a qualified personal trainer and has considerable experience working with amateur and professional sporting injuries, especially for martial artists and footballers.

Peter is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) in accordance with the Osteopaths Act 1993 and is a member of both the British Osteopathic Association (BOA). Peter commits to Continual Professional Development training regularly.


“I was in a terrible motorcycle accident with a broken leg and damaged back. Six months after the operation I was still in a lot of pain and on a lot of painkillers. I had been discharged and even with MRI scans the hospital basically said I was recovered. I saw Peter and after the first treatment I felt immediate relief. He was able to give me a diagnosis and treatment plan and it was only after a few treatments that I felt 100% better – completely pain free!”

Katee, Social Media Manager and Amateur Footballer


“I hurt my back on a long photoshoot and a day of carrying heavy equipment. After only two treatments, Peter had me walking pain-free again. He manages to explain his treatment very clearly without medical jargon and is always very professional and caring. I would not hesitate to recommend him to others seeking osteopathic treatment.”

Lydia, Photographer

“I was treated by Peter following a weight-lifting injury and found him to be a massive help in getting back to training. I would thoroughly recommend his services.”

Ian, Personal Trainer and ex-Commonwealth Boxer


“I don’t let anyone else touch my back except for Peter! When I went to see a physio, they said I’d be out for 2 weeks – Peter had me back on my feet in 2 days! He is a miracle worker!”

Sarah, Banker