It’s never too soon, or too late, to combat the effects of ageing. For true health, you may look good, but you need to feel good. Ageing is inevitable, but our WholeLife Clinics programme can certainly help to slow down and even reverse it.
This is best achieved by addressing why our bodies are not functioning at the optimum level Nature intended. Most of us can identify the usual suspects: busy, stressful lives; food not being what it used to be; lack of sleep and physical exercise. Also, it’s often about our willingness to confront these issues and believe that we can change. This is where WholeLife Clinics can help you.
We have immediate access to a worldwide multi-disciplinary team of medical experts and health professionals. This way, we can ensure you receive the very best advice and treatment.
Treatments we provide
For more information about any of our treatments, get in touch today to find out how we can help
Lead Medical Team
We are proud to be the forerunners of the concept of a Multidisciplinary Clinic offering treatment of the overall concept of ‘wellness’. Say hello to our co-founders –
Gayle Maffulli – Gayle has wide experience of Shockwave Therapy and for many years was a senior Trauma Nurse. She speaks regularly at medical conferences, and runs clinical trials to ensure all treatments are evidence-based. Gayle has extensive experience in administering shockwave therapy for a variety of conditions. She was Lead Practitioner at a Harley Street Erectile Dysfunction Clinic, where she treated hundreds of patients. Together with her husband, Profeessor Nicola Maffulli, she is co-founder of the British Shockwave Association (BSWA) – British ShockWave Association
Professor Nicola Maffulli – http://www.nicolamaffulli.com – is a world-famous Consultant Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Surgeon. He is Honorary Professor for Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary University of London. Nicola organised the surgical services at the 2012 London Olympics, covering all of the training and competition venues. In addition, he organised the medical supervision of the Judo and Wrestling competitions for London 2012.
Nicola is Editor-in-Chief of two high-impact, peer-reviewed scientific journals. He has published more than 1,000 scientific articles, being the most widely-published and cited orthopaedic surgeon in the world. This entails running clinical practice alongside scientific research, to produce unsurpassed outcomes.
Professor Maffulli is past President of the Sport & Exercise Section of the Royal Society of Medicine (2011-12). He is the immediate Past President of The European Federation of The National Societies of Orthopaedic Sports Trauma (EFOST) for the period 2012-14. At present, he leads the Italian Muscle Ligaments and Tendons Society. He is organiser of the ECOSEP-EFOST-ISMuLT Summer Camp, held in Greece the last week of August.
Nicola has described more than 40 new surgical techniques in the field of knee, foot and ankle, and sports surgery. Many have now become the standard of practice in these fields. Soft tissues problems constitute the major focus of Professor Maffulli’s research, which has resulted in him being awarded the title of ‘King of Tendons’ by the Italian lay press.
Professor Nicola and Gayle Maffulli devised and implemented ASSERT, a computerised platform for collecting data on the effectiveness of treatments.