The interest in becoming an Osteopath developed for Karolin Krell during her early teenage years when she was treated by an Osteopath regulary for sports related injuries. Seeking Osteopaths and Physiotherapists enabled her to carry on to compete on national level in Judo and Ju-Jutsu in Germany.
Karolin trained to become a Physiotherapist in Germany at the reknown Scoliosis Centre Katherina Schroth (International Academy Asklepios Clinics) and worked in acute clinics and rehabilitation centres.
Karolin also graduated with the Master's degree from the British School of Osteopathy in London and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Karolin treats a wide range of patients using manual therapy, including osteopathy, massage techniques but also nourishes her treatments with her Physiotherapy background and experience such as postural assessments, exercise advice and Kinesiotaping to further enhance treatment results.
She constantly attends and assists courses in the field of manual therapy, recently she had the pleasure to support the Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) assisting teaching team of Dr. Dooley and Dr. Nickelston in London, New York City and Dubai.
Karolin’s main passion is for acrobatics and dance, she supported multiple circus and dance companies backstage during busy touring season and is a graduate of the world unique MSc in Performing Arts Medicine, run by UCL in collaboration with BAPAM, RCM, TL and the ISEH.
Aside to working in private practise Karolin is the onside osteopath at London Contemporary Dance School and is part of the medical team to German National Rowing and Skeleton.