LMC is a centre of excellence for osteopathy, physiotherapy and Sports Massage in Nottingham. Established in 2006 by Adam Richmond (Principal Osteopath) the clinic functions as an autonomous group of self employed practitioners who work under the Lace Market Clinic umbrella. We believe the self employed status of our practitioners drives the excellent client care you would expect from an individual practitioner whilst at the same time the clinic enables us to pool resources to provide a first class therapeutic environment where practitioners are happy and comfortable to deliver the best possible care to their clients.
Adam is the Clinical Director and Lead Osteopath at Lace Market Clinic. With over 15,000 hours consulting experience he specialises in the treatment of complex neuro and musculoskeletal presentations and injuries. He has a specific clinical interest in chronic pain and the dysfunction of the low back, pelvis and hip ... Read More
Hannah is an experienced associate osteopath who strongly believes in empowering her patients to take an active interest in their treatment plans and diagnosis. She knows that taking time with her patients, to help them fully understand where, why and how their issues have arisen, is a vital component of ... Read More
Martynas is an Associate Physiotherapist here at Lace Market Clinic. He graduated with an MSc Physiotherapy from the University of East Anglia in 2016 and has worked within musculoskeletal setting ever since. He is an HCPC registered and in addition to the private work, he is a senior physiotherapist at ... Read More
Liam is a soft tissue and sports massage therapist. He is also a second-year osteopathy student with the College of Osteopaths at Staffordshire University. Liam has worked in health, fitness and sport for over 20 years. In his early career he played professional football for Notts County FC and then ... Read More
Rebecca has the toughest thumbs at Lace Market Clinic. If DEEP tissue massage is your primary requirement we advise you book in with her. Rebecca's interest in Sports Massage and the effect of postural imbalances and injury came following a horse riding accident. As a dressage rider and coach she ... Read More
Medical insurance and cash back plans vary significantly, however most will cover osteopathic or physiotherapy treatment. Some will also cover sports massage and acupuncture. The information below is accurate to the best of our knowledge, however, we recommend you double check with your provider and if possible set up a ... Read More