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Tim Jewers BSc (Hons) Ost.

Tim Jewers is a registered osteopath, having qualified at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has worked at The Rêve Pavilion since 1998.

Tim was involved in the original Sunflower Programme and is a qualified Sunflower Practitioner. He enjoys helping children with learning, behavioural and health difficulties to better achieve their potential.

As a keen sportsman, Tim has a particular interest in treating sports injuries. He works with sportsmen and women competing at the highest levels including professional rugby players, WPGA competitors, tennis professionals and the Shidokan GB Team.

Tim has an in-depth understanding of the biomechanics of the feet and applies aspects of the Sunflower Programme and the latest RS Scan software to correct dysfunction of the feet and also prescribe orthotics.

Tim is also practising at Dukes Meadows Golf and Tennis Club, Dan Mason Drive, Chiswick, W4 2SH.


Contact information:

Mobile: 07740 149378


Hear what people say…

Rachael H

Without sounding like an overstatement: Tim has changed my back (and my life!) to the better. I can rely on him to sort me out when things go wrong and sometimes just for a bit of the fine tuning. Can’t recommend Tim enough.

Dominic C

Having seen Tim periodically over a number of years and find him very pleasant and incredibly professional and recommend his services regularly.

Richard S

I originally used the Reve Pavilion on the recommendation of a friend to try an osteopath probably 25 years ago. Still using them. Still Brilliant. Currently use Tim. He has kept me mobile and flexible.

Stephen C

The treatment from Tim has been fantastic. My neck pain has disappeared completely and my treatment has been clearly explained throughout.

Geoff C

I have been attending the Reve Pavilion for over two decades, ever since falling from a step ladder. I can highly recommend the treatment that both Mark and Tim provide. They have taught me to listen to what my body is telling me and not to resort to medical drug treatment.

David H

Great sympathetic treatment.

Well explained and patient.