Laurens Holve

“If you have a bad back, a bad neck, a bad leg or a bad anything else, Laurens Holve is your man. Some Woking osteopaths are osteopaths. Laurens Holve is a magician.” (Waldermar  Januszczak, Sunday Times Art Critic)

I am a qualified Osteopath, Acupuncturist and Naturopath with more than thirty five years’ continuous practice in the UK. I hope I can be of help to you today.

Over a long career, I am pleased to have earned a reputation as a leading osteopath and acupuncturist in Woking, Surrey, helping patients of all ages to regain and rebuild their health through a treatment protocol uniquely tailored to their needs.

Regular attendance at lectures and workshops in leading London hospitals such as The Wellington, and St Johns and St Elizabeth, in St John’s Wood and Highgate Hospital in Highgate, as well as local lectures at Nuffield Woking, and St Peters Chertsey, helps me to stay at forefront of my field, and gives me access to consultants for opinions and referrals and if needed low cost scanning.

For details of my formal qualifications and training, please see the information below. If you’d like to know more about my services, or about osteopathy or acupuncture generally, please get in touch.

‘If you have a bad back, a bad neck, a bad leg, or a bad anything else, Laurens Holve is your man. Some osteopaths are osteopaths. Laurens Holve is a magician’

Waldermar Januszczak

Sunday Times Art Critic

Education and Degrees

1980 – B.Sc (Hons) Physiology University College London.

1984 – Diploma in Osteopathic and Naturopathic Medicine, British College of Osteopathic Medicine.

1985 – 1986 Postgraduate Course Acupuncture London.

1987 – Advanced Certificate Acupuncture Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He returned to Shanghai in 1991 to further his Clinical training at the Renji Hospital in Shanghai.

1992 – 1994 Diploma in Chinese Herbal Medicine the College of Chinese Herbal Medicine in London.

2009 – Foundation course British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS).

Hospital Clinical Experience

1985 – Bombay State Homoeopathic Hospital.

1985 – Colombo South General Hospital Sri Lanka (Acupuncture).

1991 – Renji Hospital Shanghai China, Acupuncture Outpatient Department.

I have been full time practice from 1984 in North London where I founded the Camden Practice and since 1985 I have been running The York Clinic, offering osteopathy and acupuncture in Woking, Surrey.

My professional expertise is somewhat unique in that my rich training and experience enable me to draw upon three medical disciplines: osteopathy, acupuncture and naturopathy. This offers the patient an extensive range of treatments to achieve clinically effective results.

I attend regular professional development seminars and I work hard keeping up to date with leading edge treatments in acupuncture and dry needling.

I also attend conferences at hospitals to stay up to date with advances in conventional treatment for some of the more common conditions.

Professional Bodies

BMAS – Member of the British Medical Acupuncture Society

GOsC – General Osteopathic Council

IOO –    Institute of Osteopathy