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Anatonia Adeniji


BSc Osteopathic Medicine

MSc Public Health Nutrition

Qualified Pilates Instructor with APPI

Foundation in Western Acupuncture

Antonia graduated from The British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 1996 since when she has worked in a variety of clinics enjoying integrating different approaches into her practice, both through discussion and interaction with varied practitioners, and through undertaking continuous professional development. As a result she enjoys treating a wide range of conditions and is likely to treat a baby or a new mother as she is an athlete or chronic pain condition.


Antonia has undertaken postgraduate courses in cranial and visceral osteopathy, Pilates rehabilitation exercises, and Western Acupuncture. She is a qualified Pilates equipment instructor as well as completing a mat work course with The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI). She has previously worked with dancers at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, and currently also works in a physiotherapy practice specialising in Pilates rehabilitation.

Antonia graduated with an MSc in Public Health Nutrition in 2004 from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has integrated this research and political policy knowledge with her diploma in Naturopathy and developed a clinical nutrition approach that is evidence informed and allows her to supplement her manual therapy approach with sound nutritional advice.


Antonia has taught at BCOM since 2000 in the capacity of a clinic tutor, technique lecturer in soft tissue, osteopathic and visceral manipulation and also as a senior lecturer in nutrition.


In her time outside of work, Antonia raises her two children, and does as much zumba as her timetable allows!

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