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We are rebranding and will soon be known as Marylebone Health! Stay tuned for exciting news coming soon

We began as a new concept in fully integrated specialist services directly accessible to anyone. Following a major expansion, we were established as a leading specialist centre in Health and Human Performance helping you get more out of your life for longer.

All under one roof, our centre combines the very latest in Specialist Medicine, Human Performance, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Nutrition, Physiotherapy and Sport Science.

Unlike many practices, we not only work as individuals in our fields of expertise, but we combine our knowledge, working together as a ‘multi-disciplinary team’.

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Telephone: 020 7637 7677


CHHP London
76 Harley Street


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So what's an ECG all about and why is it important?⁠

An ECG stands for an ElectroCardioGram. It looks at the electrical activity of the heart which helps determine normal function. ⁠

Several electrodes connected to wires are placed on the torso in specific locations, then after a short measurement period everything is disconnected and the test is over. First, clinicians determine if the ECG signal or pattern is normal or not. ⁠

The majority of people will have a normal ECG but certain illnesses or conditions can result in an abnormal pattern or can cause changes to the ECG to make it abnormal. ECGs are mostly done at rest but sometimes then are also performed during exercise to check if there are abnormal changes when more demand is placed upon the heart. ⁠

Typically, ECGs are performed on patients when clinicians suspect something is wrong with the heart but they can also be used as screening tools in healthy individuals. ECGs performed as a screen tool serve as useful clinical comparisons later on as people age or become ill.⁠

If you are interested in health assessments and medical checks drop us a line.⁠


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How can a physio help with my training?

It is important to undertake a strength and conditioning program when playing any sport.
Having a physio involved in your training can help to reduce the risk of injury through movement analysis and identifying any asymmetries in strength and mobility. They can also help to guide and plan your weekly training program to avoid fatigue and overuse.

Contact us to find out more


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A question we get asked a lot: Should I stop exercising when I’m in pain?

Seeing a physiotherapist does not mean we remove the sport/exercise you love to do.

A physio can help in the following ways:

1. Identify your goal
2. Identify any risk factors (red flags) to make sure the activity is safe to continue. I.E Ruling a bone stress fracture as a posed to an Achilles tendinopathy that can tolerate some load.
3. Modify movements to allow you to continue your sport/exercise that will help you feel better in the long run.
4. Educate you to feel confident and have a level of acceptance that there may be some level of discomfort when continue activity when it comes to high volume or high level sport.

Strength training can help you to tolerate the loads faced when playing sport. However it’s important to consider taking adequate recovery and reducing sport specific training load/volume to be able to maintain a healthy body and continue the sport you enjoy. Contact us to find out more.


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He's back with just a few spaces for Professional Bike Fits on November 4th!!⁠

Dan Guillemette works as a specialist cycling physiotherapist at Marylebone Heath and is the Head Physiotherapist at professional cycling team BikeEXCHANGE-Jayco. Within his roles, Dan is responsible for overseeing injury prevention, the management and rehabilitation of injuries and the maintenance of musculoskeletal health. Prior to joining the team in 2018, Dan was Lead Physiotherapist at Team Sky for 6 years.

Dan’s clinical passion lies in cycling kinetics and kinematics, and the clinical relevance of conventional theories in optimising bike position. As an integral member of the Performance Team Dan applies his knowledge of the musculoskeletal profile of the elite professional athletes to support the coaches in achieving optimal performance in combination with monitoring the health and well-being of the riders.

Dan is able to utilise his expertise in supporting all levels of cyclists to optimise their abilities and achieve improved performance as a competitor and part of the medical team.

We have just 3 spaces for bike fits available so contact us asap to confirm your place.


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When your birthday clashes with the Queen’s funeral…

A belated shout out to our mega talented Respiratory legend, helping you with all things breathing related for the last 10 + years.

We adore you Prof!

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Resting Metabolic Rate - what is it ? ⁠

Metabolism is a term that describes the cellular processes in an organism that maintains life. Metabolism occurs in two ways: processes either build things up through anabolism or break things down through catabolism. ⁠

Energy must be provided to and consumed by cells in order to maintain themselves and function. (I.e food!) ⁠

Energy production is mostly achieved through the catabolic process of aerobic cellular respiration where fuels like fats and carbohydrates are broken down in order to produce energy that cells need. ⁠

The amount of energy consumed over time is known as metabolic rate. There is a metabolic rate associated with cellular maintenance and upkeep known as resting metabolic rate and there is a rate of metabolism associated with activity that depends on the intensity of the activity. ⁠

Measuring rates of metabolism allows for easy calculation of daily energy requirements for dietary planning. Resting metabolic rate can be measured and calculated with a simple test measuring oxygen consumption at rest while determining active metabolic rate is best done with an activity monitor or power meter.⁠

The data can be easily provided to our Nutrition team to help you understand your exact needs and work on a food plan that suits your lifestyle and demands. ⁠


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