osteopath chingford

Anthony J. Agius qualified from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1983. He qualified as an Osteopath as well as a Naturopath and incorporates an holistic approach to treatment paying attention to lifestyle, diet and exercise issues.

With thirty years practice IN osteopathy he has gained much experience and treated most conditions, all shapes and sizes. He has also developed particular interests in sports and overuse injuries as well as chronic back pain.

Anthony is also a registered Naturopath and is happy to treat many conditions Naturopathically.
Anthony has also studied Western Medical Acupuncture under Dr Anthony Campbell and is a member of the British Medical Acupuncture Association.

He has worked for two G.P. practices treating NHS patients for ten years alongside his private work.

He is very keen sportsman, particularly weight training and indoor rowing. He is also a member of his local running club.

Anthony is a family man with a daughter and two sons.

Anthony believes that being active is the key to health. He believes that a combination of regular aerobic and weight bearing exercise is the best way to maintain health. Many of us are sat at a desk for eight hours a day followed by a stressful journey home then a couple of hours sat in front of the box before bed. This leads to fixed and stiff joints and muscles which is a recipe for injuries and wear in the body.


Regular exercise complemented with a diet of as little processed food as possible is a far better way to promote health.