Marylebone Health (CHHP)

We are OPEN and operating both face to face and remote appointments.

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We are rebranding and are now 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 and are now well 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, we combine the very latest in Health management, 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


Clinic opening hours

7.30am – 7.30pm
8am – 7.30pm
8am – 7pm
8am – 7pm
8am – 5.30pm

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

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If you’re going through the menopause and finding it difficult to sleep, you’re not alone. Menopause is a time of transition, and it often falls at a time when our lives are already busy. Many of us are juggling work, caring for parents, dealing with children (even the adult ones), or running a home. The last thing we need is difficulty sleeping….read the full article via the link in bio with insight from MHG Doc @rebeccajprobinson

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Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Testing is designed to gather information on how the heart and lungs perform during a period of exercise taken to maximum exertion in a clinically controlled environment.


VO2 Max (aerobic capacity/maximum rate of oxygen consumption)
Lactate threshold (LT/VT1/AT1)
Respiratory compensation point (VT2/AT2/Lactic acid overload threshold)
Aerobic power output
Heart rate response during exercise

3 Key Benefits

Heart and lung stress test to determine if dynamic heart and lung response is normal.
Provides an objective measurement of cardiovascular fitness and key performance indicators of aerobic fitness.
Prescription of cardiovascular exercise to ensure exercise is effective and appropriate for current state of fitness in order to reach fitness related goals.

Test don’t guess!


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October is menopause awareness month and we’re kicking off with some facts around Cardiac health in menopause:⁠

During and post-menopause you are at higher risk of cardiac issues due to the rapid decline in oestrogen. This is true of both surgical and spontaneous menopause. ⁠
Regular moderate to high intensity aerobic exercise has been shown to reduce blood pressure and oxidative stress and improve cardiovascular function and cardiorespiratory fitness.⁠
Key things to remember are to build up intensity and volume of exercise slowly of time. This is not only important for heart health but also for your bones, joints and muscles which are all impacted by declining oestrogen..⁠
Also remember to cool down gradually after aerobic exercise. Sudden cessation of exercise will cause a sharp decrease in blood pressure and heart rate which can leave you feeling faint.⁠
What form of exercise will you chose, swimming, walking, rowing?⁠
Thanks to @grace.femalehealthphysio for the insight ❤️

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Can exercise balance my hormones?

HIIT isn’t a villain – it offers excellent health benefits, when worked into a balanced programme that considers lifestyle and stressors too. But, too much HIIT can contribute to stress, and therefore, hormonal dysfunction.

‘High-impact exercise can be great for us, but driving too hard for too long can lead to dysfunction,’ says Dr Rebecca Robinson, a consultant physician in sport and exercise medicine….

Read the full article in @womenshealthmag @womenshealthuk with insight from MHG Doc @rebeccajprobinson via the link in bio



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We are thrilled to announce an upcoming webinar with @kangatechofficial on October 13 featuring James Moore, our co- Founder and a seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience in physiotherapy.

This webinar will explore effective problem-solving in elite athlete management across various sports, all while seamlessly integrating the power of strength diagnostics.

Register now via the link below to secure your spot, and don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from a seasoned industry professional.

Spots are limited for this webinar, so sign up now before registrations close! Even if you can't join live, registering will give you access to the content

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A treatment called the Graston Technique® is available to all our patients. This remarkable procedure allows us to detect and treat areas of “scar tissue” or adhesions in the soft tissue, muscles, tendons and ligaments that can lead to pain and dysfunction.

In the healing process the body attempts to repair muscles, tendons and ligaments with “scar tissue”, much like the scar that forms on the skin when you have scraped or banged your knee. As you can imagine, that scar tissue is not as strong and flexible as normal, healthy, undamaged tissue.

Over time we can have a build up of this fibrous scar tissue, particularly in the muscles, tendons and ligaments that get a lot of use. This can lead to pain and dysfunction because this replacement tissue lacks the strength and flexibility of healthy tissue (in some areas it may even mat down and entrap a nerve).

The Graston Technique® allows us to better detect and treat these areas because it uses a stainless steel instrument that glides along a patient’s muscle, tendons or ligaments and acts like a “scar tissue” stethoscope. When knots or bands of scar tissue are encountered, both the doctor and the patient sense a restriction or a granular feeling.

The instrument can then be used to “break up” this restriction or adhesion. Stretching exercises are then used to promote re-alignment of the fibres so that they behave more like normal, healthy tissue.

Contact us for more ❤️

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Why is respiratory disease and dysfunctional breathing an issue with athletes?

Over 20% of the athletes involved with Great British Olympic Team have exercise induced asthma
A number of athletes with exercise induced asthma go undiagnosed as they fail to report symptoms
Diagnosis significantly improves athletic performance and health
It is possible respiratory symptoms experienced during exercise are not related to asthma
The Respiratory Clinic provides a range of diagnostic tests for exercise induced asthma, including the Eucapnic Voluntary Hyperpnoea (EVH) challenge – considered by the World Anti – Doping Agency and the International Olympic Committee to be the ‘gold standard’ challenge to diagnose exercise induced asthma in elite athletes.

Testing enables

Accurate diagnosis of asthma and other breathing problems,
avoiding false positives and the dangers of conditions going untreated
Athletes to receive optimal treatment
Once an individual has been diagnosed with asthma/EIA, well established treatment pathways will usually result in full control of the disease and no limitation to an individual’s capacity to exercise and take part in high level sport.

The specialists at Respiratory Clinic have developed a unique respiratory programme for those elite athletes who experience respiratory symptoms during exercise that are not explained by respiratory disease. The programme combines a focus on breathing techniques, posture work and inspiratory muscle training and has proven success in reducing and eliminating respiratory symptoms during exercise.

For bookings, prices and information please contact us on 0207 637 7677 or email

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