Free osteopathic treatments are being offered by Nescot as students prepare for their final exams.
Fourth-year students have a clinical competence exam on March 13 and 14 and on June 17 and 18 and need patients to examine and treat.
Anyone can be treated by the clinic team and there is no need for a referral from your GP.
There will be an initial 90-minute consultation and treatment session, with a further follow-up treatment of 45 minutes, and both are completely free of charge.
The students are all in the final stages of a four-year degree in Osteopathic Medicine, and will be supervised by examiners who are all experienced registered osteopaths.
Osteopathy can treat most musculoskeletal conditions, from lower back pain and neck strain to the symptoms of arthritis, headaches, work-related postural problems, frozen shoulder and sciatica.
To book your appointment, call the clinic on 020 8394 3154. You can find out more about the clinic here.