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Angie Silverspoon came to visit Susannah Makram osteopath specialist @ the BVLGARI SPA LONDON. Susannah introduced Angie to the spectrum of osteopathy treatments at the BVLGARI HOTEL SPA – conveniently located in the heart of Knightsbridge, by Harrods and Harvey Nichols.


Angie Silver is the curator of SilverSpoon London – her luxury lifestyle, food and travel blog. Follow Angie on her luxury lifestyle journeys!

Aesthetic osteopathy

Cupping massage for cellulite is part of aesthetic osteopathy. Discuss your goals when you book your appointment with Susannah. 
Susannah tailors every guest’s osteopathy experience.

Most importantly, it’s SAFE. Osteopathy helps maximise gym performance and re-energise. Get clean and lean without injury risk. Follow the #aestheticosteopathy  hashtag.
Angie trialled osteopathy with Susannah, the Knightsbridge osteopath to relax and re-energise the body. Click here to find your osteopath in Knightsbridge.




The osteopathic health journey with Susannah treats the body as a whole. The treatment on the SPA menu is osteopathy. Osteopathy will realign your posture preformed carefully for your optimal comfort.

Initially apprehensive about osteopathy, Angie saw Susannah to find out if the treatment techniques would leave any unpleasant side effects and if cupping massage left any marks on the back.

DID YOU KNOW? #Aestheticosteopathy can help improve appearance of the ageing spine as well as skin tone via cupping massage and lymphatic drainage – visibly delivering results.

Practical solutions for the modern man, women and families travelling to London. 

Cupping massage stimulates the circulation of the blood and also activates the burning of fat. Manual Lymphatic Drainage works well if the cellulite is accompanied by water retention.

Speak with one of our team about osteopathy @ the BVLGARI SPA  on 0207-151-1010



Ski preparation

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Most recreational skiers/snowboarders admit they hit the slopes with too little preparation. This fact alone greatly increases risk of injury. Weak and tired muscles make ski injuries more likely.

Ski Verbier

Ski Preparation


Functional nutrition and lifestyle advice can make your ski season even better. How? Nutrition and tissue repair can be enormously helpful towards sports injury recovery.

    • Try to follow a dynamic posture strengthening programme for at least two months before ski season. Ski Preparation is key. We’re optimising musculoskeletal balance of our bodies in motion. 
    • Poorly functioning or improperly adjusted equipment is a frequent cause of injuries. Make sure you have the best equipment for your body and ski requirements.
    • Improve technique with lessons. Equipment and technique evolve quite fast.. even experienced skiers can benefit from a refresher.
why see an osteopath

why see an osteopath

    • Select ski runs carefully.
    • Many ski injuries happen at the end of the day when tired.
    • Take the lift down at the end of the day!
snowboarding injury

Ski Preparation

Ski fit tips

    • Remember that even mild levels of dehydration can affect physical ability and endurance. Alcohol at lunchtime will slows reaction.
    • Wear appropriate protective gear.

Most Common Ski Injuries

Knee injuries are the most common ski injury. Typically ACL tear. We see recurrent ankle sprain and hip or groin sprain second to this most commonly. Low back pain tends to creep in when compensatory muscle groups are fatigued.

Ski Preparation is key!

Find out about Ski Season prep course @ Susannah Makram Clinics London.


Safe, clinical, practical and effective.

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