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The Practice at 322

The Practice at 322

Show Phone Number322 West End Lane, West Hampstead, London, UK, NW61LNUK
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 20:00
Tuesday09:00 - 20:00
Wednesday09:00 - 20:00
Thursday09:00 - 20:00
Friday09:00 - 20:00
Saturday10:00 - 16:00

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About The Practice at 322

The Practice at 322 is a centre of expertise in 

Osteopathy, Sports massage and Psychological therapies in the heart of West Hampstead. Our team of dedicated healthcare practitioners provides clinical excellence and patient-focused care, six days a week, for people of all ages.

We cover the areas of West Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Hampstead and Queens Park.

We offer expert, rapid treatment of:

  • Acute and chronic back pain
  • Arthritic joint pain
  • Headaches arising from the neck and prevention of migraine
  • Neck pain
  • Pain associated with frozen shoulder
  • Sciatica and lumbago
  • Minor sports injuries including tennis elbow
  • Rheumatic pain
  • Neuralgia
  • Muscle spasms
  • Complaints arising from fibromyalgia
  • Inability to relax
  • Digestive problems

Appointments are available Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm and 10am to 4pm on Saturdays.

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  • SMA - Sports Massage Association (UK) 
  • BAcC - British Acupuncture Council (UK) 
  • GOsC - General Osteopathic Council (UK) 
  • BOA - British Osteopathic Association (UK) 




Parking - both free and paid parking nearby

Accessible to disabled people - partial disabled access

Public transport access - tube, overground, rail and bus

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Open weekends - We are open on Saturdays

Languages spoken



Osteopath Consultation

Massage Therapy

£35  -  £60
Sports Massage (1 hour )

Payment Information

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Private Patients Welcome


CIGNA Healthcare



James Raiher

Job Title:
  Practice Director

James is Clinic Director at the Practice at 322. He has a lifelong interest in health and wellbeing and sees patients with a wide variety of problems. James graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine with a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine. He has completed further training in Western Medical Acupuncture (dry needling), cranial osteopathy with the Sutherland School, and paediatrics.

With many years of practice in the Japanese art of aikido, he has a special interest in shoulder problems, back pain and sports injuries. James regularly works with yoga teachers, pilates instructors and personal trainers to tailor a treatment plan for the patient. He also carries out running analysis for runners and triathletes.

Alongside clinical work, James has published in the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and is involved in peer review work for the publication. He is a guest assessor at the British School of Osteopathy and is a clinic tutor at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine.

James is registered with the 

HP Shon

Job Title:
  Operations Manager

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.

Ms Tessa Glover


Tessa graduated in 2012 from the London School of Sports Massage with a Level 5 Professional Diploma in Clinical Sport and remedial massage therapy.

Since qualifying as a massage therapist she has continued to increase her knowledge and skills by completing the advanced Western Medical Acupuncture (dry needling) and Electro Acupuncture courses and attending many lectures and workshops in various massage and health related subjects including running injuries and nutrition.

As well as treating runners, triathletes, cyclists, cricketers and tennis players Tessa sees an equal amount of non-sport related injuries. She works with people who are suffering from a broad range of conditions including work-related poor posture and post operative rehabilitation. She also enjoys working with older clients who are seeking relief from knee, neck and shoulder pain helping gain a greater range of movement to keep them active and independent.

Tessa recognises the value of working closely with other disciplines such as osteopathy, strength training, yoga and Pilates to try to obtain the best recovery results for her clients.

Ms Alice Marno


Alice grew up as a keen sports person and has always been interested in health and wellness and how best to get the body working optimally. She became a personal trainer in 2006 and soon focused on pre- and post-natal women as she felt that this was an area of training that was lacking and needed more support.

Over the years Alice has worked with a broad range of clients from sports people to office workers and followed a natural progression into becoming a soft tissue therapist through the London School of Sports Massage. Since her training she has continued her work with a number of sportspeople and sports teams, including the England Mens Indoor Lacrosse Team and Bracknell Rugby Club, helping them diagnose, treat and tape various injuries both on match days and in training.

Alice has also continued her professional development with pregnancy massage training via Jenny Burrell Education. She has also helped a multitude of people with poor posture, general aches repetitive strains and has found the combination of exercise and massage work really well together on helping to keep those pains away.

Show Phone Number322 West End Lane, West Hampstead, London, UK, NW61LNUK