Hwapyeong graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine with a Masters in Osteopathy. Since he became a registered Osteopath, Hwapyeong has helped a wide range of patients, from dancers to runners, office workers to pregnant mums.
Hwapyeong has always been fascinated by the human body, and with his desire to help people on a more personal level he pursued a career in health care. He first studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and then Osteopathy, both of which offer an individualistic approach to patient care.
During his studies he went through extensive training and experiences in various London clinics and hospitals, and even spent time at a hospital in China, treating patients and learning Tuina (Chinese traditional medical massage).
The biomechanical approach of Osteopathy compliments the harmonious approach of Chinese Medicine. Although the two modalities seem very different, they both share the philosophy that when the body is in balance, it will stay healthy, and when the body is out of balance it will become unhealthy. Hwapyeong believes that by restoring this balance using Osteopathy and Acupuncture, the body will regain health and vitality. Using this principle, Hwapyeong is passionate about treating patients of all ages with musculoskeletal injuries and pain, digestive problems, sinus problems, insomnia, general wellbeing and more.
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