Meet the Team

Stephanie Birtig

Stephanie Birtig


Stephanie treats a variety of muscle and joint conditions involving the spine and the whole body. She enjoys working with patients of all backgrounds and ages, regardless of their experience with movement or chiropractic care. Stephanie utilises a combination of soft tissue therapies, joint mobilisation and manipulation, taping and rehabilitation that will help to get you moving, functioning at your best, and assist you in meeting your goals.

Originally from Toronto, Canada, Stephanie has a background in dance, performing arts and fitness. She is a certified classical Pilates teacher, trained in New York City and she has worked for almost 10 years as a registered nurse, mainly practicing at emergency departments in both Toronto and New York City.

Natasha Osgood, Chiropractor

Natasha Osgood


Natasha has experience treating patients of all ages and abilities. Her aims are to improve your quality of life by reducing your pain as quickly as possible and restoring optimal function. She will use some of the most up-to-date methods and ideas behind her treatments; from joint manipulation to kinesiotaping, dry needling, rehab, and muscular release work. She is currently studying to complete her International Sports Chiropractic qualification also.

Natasha particularly enjoys working with sports people, and sees several CrossFit athletes, weightlifters, and track-and-field athletes. She is the chiropractor for the biggest weightlifting team within the UK and is currently competing in weightlifting herself at a national level. With this, she has an in-depth knowledge of the demands of training and how to optimise the function of the body to try and improve performance.

Dominic Metcalfe, Chiropractor in New Malden

Dominic Metcalfe


Dom founded The Chiropractic Clinic in New Malden in 1982 and moved it to its present site in 1998. He has mentored a number of chiropractic associates over this time and has seen the clinic grow into the thriving healthcare centre that it is today. In over 35 years of practice he has personally helped over 18,000 different patients in the area and has a wealth of experience in spinal conditions.

Nick Metcalfe, Chiropractor in New Malden

Nick Metcalfe


Nick has been the owner of the clinic since 2015. He owns another clinic in Staines-upon-Thames and works two days per week with Fulham Football Club first team. You can read more about his experience in sport here.

Nick treats the whole body, not just the spine. In clinic, he enjoys treating a wide range of patients of all ages and activity levels. He uses a range of treatment techniques including joint manipulation, soft tissue release techniques, acupuncture, taping and rehabilitation exercises. His aim is to reduce any pain, improve your flexibility and make you robust again.

Naomi Wallen, Sports Massage in New Malden

Naomi Wallen


Naomi is a lively, energetic person with a real passion for sports. She graduated with a degree in sports therapy and now focuses on treating, rehabilitating and preventing sport and occupational injuries to a wide range of people of all ages and abilities. She provides a hands on service with a multitude of advanced techniques including: deep tissue massage, soft tissue release, neuromuscular technique and muscle energy techniques. She is also a personal trainer so well placed to offer specific exercise advice in addition to sports massage.

Laura Phillips


Laura is passionate about her work and loves what she does. She graduated with a Sports Science degree and went on to qualify as a Sports Massage and Remedial soft tissue therapist with NLSSM. Laura has experience working with a wide range of clients including elite athletes, those with a disability and in corporate settings. She is also qualified in Pregnancy massage. Laura uses a wide variety of advanced techniques including  myofascial release, soft tissue release and trigger point therapy, adapting each treatment to the client in front of her.

Laura has been the lead therapist for Thames Rowing club for 5 years supporting the athletes through training, camps and competition, and used row competitively herself.