The Mayfair Clinic London – Providing IDD Therapy in the heart of the capital

The Mayfair Clinic is a leading Osteopathy clinic in the heart of London.  The forward thinking team combine manual therapy with a number of technologies to get the best for patients and IDD Therapy is at the heart of their spine service.

Clinic Director Michael Fatica is passionate about his patients and as can be seen in these videos is committed to helping people understand how IDD Therapy works and how it can help people.

The clinic has a lift for patients, the team installing the Accu SPINA take the stairs, but it’s all in a day’s work!

Michael has recorded many videos and this is further explanations of IDD Therapy.

For patients with unresolved back pain, neck pain and leg pain, The Mayfair Clinic in located close to Oxford Street in Cavendish Square.

For appointments, please call 020 3947 3222

The Mayfair Clinic
4 Cavendish Square


Muscat Osteopathy & Wellness Centre in Oman puts IDD Therapy at the heart of the clinic

Scott Johnston has recently co-founded a brand new clinic in Muscat, Oman.  Originally from Scotland, Scott is a highly experienced Osteopath who wanted to establish the best non-invasive treatment centre that he could.

Scott is delighted to have IDD Therapy at his clinic.

Scott Says:

“I have treated thousands of patients but always found that certain patients with disc problems, didn’t respond as well as I would like.

When I lived in the UK I would refer patients to other clinics who provided IDD Therapy. Having seen the results for them and others, when surgery had seemed like the only option, it was important that IDD Therapy would be a central part of the clinic.

Now patients can have the reassurance that we have the best non-invasive treatment for them”

Scott is pictured with Steve Small of IDD Therapy Disc Clinics.

We are delighted to welcome Scott and the team to the IDD Therapy provider network and wish them every success. 

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IDD Therapy Winter 2020 Newsletter – Open the pdf here!

The IDD Therapy Winter Newsletter is now available to open, download and share.

IDD Therapy Newsletter Winter 2020

IDD Therapy is expanding rapidly as more clinics grow to appreciate the differences between IDD Therapy and traction, as well as seeing the fantastic results for patients with unresolved pain.

Let’s be very clear. IDD Therapy is not a cure-all. Some patients do not achieve the changes we might desire, but they are the minority. Whilst we celebrate success of course, we really try to extract incites when a patient does not respond to treatment.

The network of providers is expanding, over 1,000 globally and counting!

For patients who need more than manual therapy and exercise and who do not require emergency surgical intervention, IDD Therapy gives greater non-invasive options.

The acid test of any treatment is whether you would recommend it to a relative. Well, my father (now 88) had had IDD on his lumbar spine. He also had a cervical problem, which was not suitable and he underwent surgical decompression (was losing balance).

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