Habib Chharawala
Habib Chharawala is a mechanical therapist and co-owner and operator of Bruggemeyer's Osteopathic Practice in London, England. Bruggemeyer's Osteopathic Practice was started by Habib and his brother, Mustafa. He has been in charge of practise operations for almost 27 years.

Habib and his brother, Mustafa, both earned a Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc. Hons.) in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy. Both practitioners are covered by full medical indemnity insurance.

Habib Chharawala and Bruggemeyer's Osteopathic Practice offers both medical and natural therapeutic options for a variety of musculoskeletal problems and injuries. Habib and his colleagues are experts in mechanical therapy, osteopathy, and dry needle therapies for treating and reducing pain in the following conditions:

Pain in the back and neck (whiplash, disc herniation, spondylosis & spondylitis)
Sports-related injuries (rotator cuff tears, mensical injuries, tennis elbow)
In the periphery, there is joint pain (tendinitis and muscle strains in the knee, ankles & shoulders)
pains and aches (stress-related pain & migraines)
Accidents at work (carpal tunnel, tendinitis)
Lower back pain in pregnant women and treatment for sciatica
Osteoarthritis and other diseases are among the most common.

Habib Chharawala and his staff at Bruggemeyer's Osteopathic Practice have spent years helping patients minimise pain and live happier, healthier lives. Habib, a well-known mechanical therapist in South London, treats common musculoskeletal ailments with a combination of joint articulation and realignment procedures, massage, and dry needle therapies.
In the short and long term, he also prescribes therapeutic activities to help his patients strengthen the affected area.

Habib's commitment to offering individualised patient care has earned him praise and glowing testimonies from satisfied customers all around the region. For further information, go to Bruggemeyer's Osteopathic Practice or call 0207 274 6182.
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