Compass Health Clinic

Meet the team

Ali Gibson

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Andrew Terry

Adam Peters

Principal Osteopath

Andrew Terry M'Ost

Andrew Terry is the principal osteopath at Compass Health Clinic and has been involved in healthcare for over a decade. Graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in 2016, and went on to establish two of his own clinics under the name At Health. Andrew moved to New Zealand at the start of the pandemic, but came back to be closer to home. 

Since his return to the UK, Andrew divides his time between clinical work, and teaching and examining at the London School of Osteopathy. Along with supporting his patients, his passion is to help nurture the next generation of osteopaths in the UK.

Andrew’s main area of interest is pain science and the treatment of persistent pain, where he has spent the last 5 years studying various areas of pain science with the intent of helping those who are in long-term pain. He also enjoys using his experience as a personal trainer to help those who want to develop personalised training programmes once they’re out of pain.

He also has a keen interest in sports and acute injuries due to his love for martial arts and sports, where he trialed for the GB swim team and obtained a black belt in Karate. 

 

Osteopath since 2014
Graduated from the British School of Osteopathy
Lecturer, clinical supervisor and examiner at the London School of Osteopathy since 2021
Special interest in supporting those who experience chronic and persistent pain.

Ali Gibson M'Ost

Ali was awarded a bachelors degree in Physiotherapy from King’s College London in 2017, achieving 69%, and has most recently completed his masters degree in osteopathy from the London School of Osteopathy in 2024. 

As a physiotherapist in the NHS, he has six years experience working in respiratory, stroke and orthopaedic wards, before moving on to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. In private practice he has worked with high-level tennis players, supporting those recovering from post-operative hip and knee surgery, and a specialist whiplash clinic.

Along with his work at Compass Health Clinic, he also works as an extended scope physiotherapist and first contact practitioner role that involves diagnosing and treating complex cases, requesting scans, injection therapy and onward referrals for surgery if needed. 

Areas of interest include:

  • post-operative physiotherapy, 
  • whiplash injuries
  • persistent pain 
  • sports injuries

His hobbies include playing football and participating in Crossfit.

Physiotherapist since 2017
Graduated from Kings College & The London School of Osteopathy
Specialises in pos-operative care, whiplast injuries, persistent pain and sports injuries

Adam Peters B'Ost

With 20 years of experience in the NHS as both a support worker and Radiographer, Adam has honed his skills across a range of specialties, including Accident and Emergency care and specialist musculoskeletal care at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. His dedication to patient care led him to pursue an undergraduate degree in Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy, where he perfected his skills in musculoskeletal health.

His main passion is supporting those with persistent pain management and is dedicated to understanding the underlying mechanisms that drive pain, to better support his patients. His aim is to provide space for every patient to share their story, which in turn will help them achieve their goals. 

Special areas of interest include:

  • Sports injuries
  • Persistent pain

 

 
Osteopath since 2024
Graduated from the British School of Osteopathy
Lecturer at the London School of Osteopathy since 2021
Special interest in supporting those who experience chronic and persistent pain.
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