Hugo Firth

BOst, BSc, MA

Posture & Exercise Osteopath

Member of the General Osteopathic Council
Member of the Institute of Osteopaths

Hugo is a qualified Osteopath, registered with GOsC and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy. He is musculoskeletal specialist who combines his osteopathic training with medical acupuncture, sports massage, trigger point therapy and functional therapeutic exercise.

He graduated with a 2:1 from the London School of Osteopathy and has presented his research into therapeutic exercise adherence at the Conference of Chiropractic, Osteopaths and Physiotherapist at the British School of Osteopathy.

Hugo has been a keen sportsman all his life playing rugby for 30 yrs and competitive triathlons for the last 19yrs. He regularly provides pro bono treatment for a local rugby club in Worcester Park and the Riverside Tennis Club, Kingston. He understands how debilitating and frustrating back and musculoskeletal pain can be and knows about the stresses and resulting injuries that contact and endurance sport can put on the body.

When not training for his next triathlon he gives talks to businesses on work related posture and how staff can help themselves reduce pain with simple exercises at their desks or the water cooler.

Special Interest

Sports related injuries, the highly effective Neil Asher technique for Frozen Shoulder treatment, trigger point therapy, western medical acupuncture, Grey Institute Functional Movement Therapy.
  • Muscular Pain

  • Trapped Nerves

  • Sports & Exercise Injury

  • Posture

  • Pain Prevention Therapy


Hugo combines his osteopathic approach with the very latest in functional exercise developed by Grey Institute to ensure his patients improve their mobility from the moment the treatment starts.  Hugo’s treatment is far from passive and his patients leave with the tools to maintain and improve their mobility and reduce their pain.

Personal Interests

Hugo used to work in the highly creative and pressurised environment of advertising so he can relate to the stresses and strains of a busy work life. He also played rugby for 30 years and is still competing in triathlons, 19 years from his first one. So he knows more than most the stresses and strains that work and life can put on the body. He lives with his wife and two young sons 4 and 7(that take up all his spare time) in Kingston.



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