Opus provides a multidisciplinary ecosystem of care centred around your needs, providing you with the highest levels of expertise, experience and professionalism throughout your journey

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Private GP services

Our highly experienced and UK accredited general practitioners have are passionate about helping their patients, whatever their medical needs are.

Located within London’s foremost private hospital, we are committed to practicing modern medicine with traditional values. At Opus, we believe that every patient deserves great care, giving you the time you need with your doctor, and at a time that suits you. Our caring and diligent approach, coupled with strong medical ethics provides you with an unrivalled comprehensive medical service.

As a private GP service, you do not need to be registered with an NHS GP, new patients are welcome as well as non-UK residents visiting London. Whether you require a blood test or a more comprehensive health screen contact our office on 0208 938 3244 and we can discuss your options and provide you with a same day doctors appointment.

Health screening

Our health screening services are a perfect way to keep your general health in check regardless of your age or fitness.

Having regular health screening checks is also a good way of identifying any risk factors for  health conditions which may develop in the future.

We offer various health screening and well-being packages that will look at your overall health,. Our doctors can tailor the packages to your needs. Our range of healthcare screenings can provide you with complete peace of mind and help manage your lifestyle. Whether you want to lose weight, reduce stress or get fitter, having regular screenings with us can support your journey and help contribute to a healthy lifestyle.

COVID testing

Opus Biological offers same day access to testing for both the COVID-19 virus and for COVID-19 antibodies.

Book your COVID 19 test
+ Day 5 Test to Release
+ Fit to Fly test
+ PCR swab test
+ Antibody test

Tests are undertaken in a UKAS accredited partner laboratory and are CE marked

You will have a short medical consultation prior to the test either in person or via video consultation.

Sports medicine

We see and treat most sporting injuries including:

Elbow, hand and wrist sports injuries: Skier’s thumb, golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow

Shoulder sports injuries: AC (acromioclavicular) joint and rotator cuff injury, shoulder instabilty

Foot and ankle sports injuries: Achilles tendinitis and tendinopathy, and heel pain (also known as plantar fasciitis).

Knee injuries: ACL tears, MCL / LCL ruptures; runner’s knee, Iliotibial (IT) band syndrome and jumper’s knee, anterior knee pain, patello-femoral maltracking

Shin splints and stress fractures

Hip sports injuries: groin pain, hamstring tendinopathy and hip impingement

Neck and back pain sports injuries: disc-related injuries, facet joint injuries and sciatica

Sprains and strains

What makes Opus unique is that our team works as one. We work as one to help you, to rehabilitate you and to get you back to where you want to be. That might be playing football in the Premier League or simply just playing with your kids in the park after school gets out. We become the team behind you throughout your journey.

Our team of Sports and Exercise medicine experts work with you to rapidly assess, diagnose and plan your treatment and rehabilitation. We understand how powerful the biological, the psychological and the social aspects of injury and pain can be and we make sure that no stone is left unturned.

The expertise and skills of our team at Opus and your efforts, paired with the state of the art diagnostics at our disposal, will ensure that we are in the best place to treat your musculoskeletal condition.

Regenerative medicine

Regenerative medicine is a growing field of medicine, and the most significant advances have been in sports and orthopaedic medicine. Our specialists at Opus Biological specialists have been at the forefront of regulated regenerative medicine efforts in the UK.

Our team has used regenerative medicine techniques such as platelet rich plasma PRP and stem cell therapy for more than ten years in elite sporting environments. The benefits have been significant and transformative for elite athletes.

We use regenerative orthobiological techniques in the treatment of ligament, tendon and muscle injury and increasingly in the treatment of long standing wear and tear conditions such as osteoarthritis.

Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP is a minimally invasive out patient procedure. It is a biological procedure using the patients own blood cells to heal an injury.

Blood is drawn from a vein, then spun in a centrifuge whilst the effected area is prepared for injection. The specialised healing cells - platelets - are then injected into the site of injury in a concentrated form. Platelets are a type of blood cell that enables your blood to clot whilst also playing a key role in your body's healing process. PRP uses the natural healing properties of your blood to repair the damage to the cartilage, muscle, tendon or ligament.

PRP can reduce pain and improve function and help you return to your normal activity or your sporting pursuits.


PRP utilises the natural healing properties of your blood to repair damaged cartilage, bone, muscle, tendon and ligaments. It can reduce pain, improve musculoskeletal function and help you return quickly to your normal activities or your sport.

A course of PRP involves 3 injections given at 2-3 week intervals. The recommendations are based on current research and your doctor will discuss the treatment protocol with you as some people require further injections.

Opus offers the first UK regulator approved private stem cell therapy

Osteoarthritis is one of the most prevalent joint diseases worldwide. It causes pain, loss of function and leads to disability. At a cellular level the disease causes biochemical changes in the composition of cartilage leading to progressive degeneration.

Most conventional treatments involve symptom control but offer only modest clinical benefits without any reversal of this cellular degeneration. Cell-based therapies in animal models have shown encouraging results and there are now a number of human case reports, pilot studies and follow up studies that demonstrate the reversal of lesion formation.

Opus Biological has designed a novel therapy and follow up algorithm utilising the feasibility and safety studies conducted in recent years to offer our patients mesenchymal stem cells as a valid alternative to other conventional treatments for chronic osteoarthritis treatment. Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) therapy does not require hospitalisation, is minimally invasive, low risk, provides pain relief and significantly improves cartilage quality thereby enhancing function.

Autologous Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy


Performance psychology

Many see psychology as a 'fixing something wrong' science. With our focus on performance, we try to improve what you do and how you do it!

Built on a base from sport, psychology is increasingly used in all performance domains. Our work with you looks to achieve the same levels with less stress, or even look for better achievements. Consequently, you feel healthier as you work at the same level, or better about yourself as you achieve better results for less effort.


Our physiotherapists work within an interdisciplinary team dedicated to your care and goals. We work hand in hand with out medical specialists to ensure that this joined up approach works for you. This is the foundation of the care provided by our team at Opus.


Osteopathy was the first complementary healthcare profession to be given statutory regulation by the government. All our osteopaths are registered with the GOsC and are members of other associations including the iO, OSCA, BMAS, and NSCA.

Osteopathy incorporates various techniques to treat the cause of your pain rather than the symptoms. For example, rather than being the result of a single incident, most back and neck disorders tend to result from a mixture of poor posture, faulty body mechanics, stressful living and working habits, loss of strength and flexibility, and a general decline in physical fitness. Months or years may pass before a combination of these factors finally results in an actual problem.

This approach dramatically changes the way that the pain is managed. It shifts the emphasis from concentration on the acute phase when pain occurs, to the long-term prevention process. The specific techniques used can help alleviate pain and discomfort from most parts of the body.

Osteopathic treatment delivers a host of short and long-term benefits, and can involve numerous techniques, including soft-tissue massage, specific joint manipulation, ultrasound therapy, Shockwave therapy, electrotherapy and rehabilitative exercises (such as Pilates).

Osteopathy can be used to treat the following conditions:

Back ache


Lower Body Joint Pains

Neck ache and whiplash

Upper body joint pains

Work-related aches and pains

Arthritic and rheumatic pain

Minor sport injuries