Moreno Osteopathy is a friendly and accessible health centre, we have highly skilled osteopaths in Eltham, providing osteopathic care to all throughout life.

Founded in 2015 by British School of Osteopathy graduates Reynol Moreno and Elizabeth Moreno, we have a wealth of knowledge to provide the most suitable treatment for you.


An image of team member and male osteopath Reynol Moreno - Moreno Osteopathy, you're in good hands


Rey completed a Master’s degree at the University College of Osteopathy and he has since undergone further training in Classical Osteopathy. He is the founder of Moreno Osteopathy in Eltham, as well as practicing in West Sussex.

Rey treats patients of all ages for a range of musculoskeletal problems and he specialises in the treatment of sports related injuries working part-time with athletes and boxers.

As a former personal trainer, cyclist, keen triathlete and runner, Rey has an experienced and well-rounded approach when treating and advising his patients.

Rey is very passionate about his work as an osteopath. This shows through his determination to clear patients of pain and dysfunction and his will to help people lead a healthier and more confident life.

Rey’s professional memberships include:

  • The General Osteopathic Council
  • The Institute of Osteopathy
  • The Institute of Classical Osteopathy
An image of team member and female osteopath Lizzie Blackwell - Moreno Osteopathy, you're in good hands


Lizzie is a fully qualified and registered osteopath who graduated from the University College of Osteopathy (formerly the British School of Osteopathy) in 2017.

During her Master’s degree Lizzie investigated chronic pain and pain management and worked in many specialised clinics treating patients with a range of conditions including those with chronic pain, expectant mothers, children, sportsmen, the elderly, HIV sufferers and the homeless.

Over recent years Lizzie has built up particular expertise in treating expectant mothers, babies and children of all ages. She has undertaken postgraduate training in cranial osteopathy with the Rollin Becker Institute, and she recently completed a post graduate certificate in specialist paediatric osteopathic practice from the UCO.

Combining her experience with her osteopathic practice Lizzie has developed a unique and in-depth perspective on treating musculoskeletal pain and associated disorders. She is committed to finding the root cause of the presenting problem and working with other health care practitioners to ensure that each individual has the most appropriate care. Osteopathic treatment is tailored to each persons needs, and addresses both the symptoms and the cause of pain.

Outside of the treatment room Lizzie leads an active lifestyle promoting well-being and good health. She also has a very spritely toddler who keeps her on her toes!

Lizzie is registered with the general osteopathic council, is a member of The Institute of Osteopathy and has full indemnity insurance.

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Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist.

Starting with a sports science and biomechanics degree Josie went on the study at the The London School of Sports Massage (LSSM) where she completed a Level 5 BTEC Diploma in soft tissue therapy.

Continued professional development courses have added extra knowledge and expertise including; pregnancy massage, lymphatic drainage, pre and postnatal natal therapy and rehabilitation, mechanic and functions of the pelvic floor. Kinesiology taping and advanced sports injury diagnosis and rehabilitation.

Covering South East London and Kent Josie will put you and your injury first and look not only to deal with the symptoms but also to look to find the cause, and offer suggestions for future prevention. This may involve specific exercises and posture correction.

Josie works at the Clinic on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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Marjorie graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy.

Through her academic career in the UCO, she was able to do NHS placements in specialistic clinics for patients with HIV and patients who are in need of gerriatric care. These placements were able to spark her passion in the importance of pain management, especially in those who are suffering from chronic pain.

Marjorie practices structural osteopathy with a combination of exercise rehabilitation, and also has a profound interest in Women’s health and how women can use their menstrual cycle in order to optimise their health. Through her experience in sports and overcoming sports-related injuries, she believes that there should be no standardised care and treatment plan for patients. She believes that everyone deserves a patient-centred approach and bespoke treatment tailored specifically for each individual so that she can help enhance someone’s health and well-being.

Outside of the clinic, Marjorie enjoys hiking, strength training in the gym and running. Due to her interest in how pain governs peoples’ behavior, she hopes that she will be able to go back and study another Masters degree in Health Psychology to help with the further development of her osteopathic practice.


An image of team member and female therapist Karly Proverbs - Moreno Osteopathy, you're in good hands


Karly qualified as an osteopath in 2015 from the prestigious British College of Osteopathic Medicine after completing a four-year full-time degree with a distinction. She treats people of all ages but has a particular interest in women’s health and paediatric osteopathy. She is passionate about treating expectant mothers, new mothers, babies and children and is a Mummy MOT practitioner and a FEDANT Registered Infant Feeding Coach.

Although tending to treat using hands on therapy such as joint mobilisation, articulation, stretching and massage as well as some cranial osteopathy, exercise rehabilitation is also an important part of osteopathic care and Karly will prescribe exercises and self-care advice which is specifically tailored to you.

She is enhancing her knowledge and experience by studying to qualify as a Specialist Paediatric Osteopathic Practitioner at the University College of Osteopathy.


You can be confident that your osteopath in Eltham has the skills, qualifications and knowledge to help you to live a healthier life.

It typically takes 4 years to become a qualified osteopath and over 1,000 hours of clinical training.

Moreno Osteopathy requires its osteopaths to maintain their skills through ongoing training and professional development.

Adam Kotulecki
Adam Kotulecki
May 22, 2024.
I took my 3 week old baby for assessment and treatment. I rarely use this term but “impeccable” is the most fitting. Liz was incredibly competent, knowledgeable, caring and considerate to my wife, my baby and me. We have found our family osteopathic clinic for sure. Thank you.
Aoife K
Aoife K
March 3, 2024.
So glad I stumbled across Lizzie when looking for an osteopath for my baby. Lizzie's treatment has really helped my daughter and she really took the time to explain the issue, what we can do to help at home and was great with my baby even when she was a bit cranky. Her clean, friendly practice is very welcoming and I would definitely recommend!
Mak Copley
Mak Copley
February 21, 2024.
I first started seeing Reynold before the surgery was built and was in absolute agony with sciatic pain. I ended up walking with the aid of crutches where the pinched nerve was so severe. After quite a few sessions with Rey, the pinched nerve eased up and I was back to normal. I can honestly say Moreno Osteopathy are so approachable and talk you through your treatment, explain what you need to do to follow up with stretches or equipment to aid your recovery. I recommend them to anyone who suffers with back pain or strains. They also have the wonderful Josie who has given me a sports massage twice and is also amazing. Great setup and wonderful people. Thanks for your all your help. Mark
Esther Hughes
Esther Hughes
February 6, 2024.
I had a pregnancy massage treatment with Josie and instantly feel so much more comfortable! Josie was amazing, so friendly and knowledgeable and the clinic itself is modern, clean and calming. Can't recommend enough!
Komal Parmar
Komal Parmar
December 13, 2023.
This place has sorted my back, Rey and the team are so good and friendly.
Richard Wagner
Richard Wagner
October 16, 2023.
Been an intermittent patient here for 2+ years. Typically only need to visit when I’ve done something silly to hurt my neck or back or ankle! Rey has an approach that is preventative and aims to make you self sufficient and comfortable while supporting you till to get there. Nice modern clinic and very professional service.
Dan Goodson
Dan Goodson
May 12, 2023.
Have been going to see Rey for almost a year now. Best money i spend. My back is so much better than it was and his knowledge and teaching (stretches, exercises etc) has helped me loads in between visits. I would recommend to anyone with any joints or muscular discomfort.
Helen Murray
Helen Murray
May 6, 2023.
Lovely, family-run practice with top-notch practitioners - I’ve had great sessions with Lizzie, Rey and Karly. They’re also focussed on sending you away with exercises to help manage your conditions yourself, rather than signing you up to multiple sessions of treatment, which is so helpful!
Billy Carcavella
Billy Carcavella
April 24, 2023.
Friendly service and Ray is not only a great osteopath but a great guy. If your having any back or neck issues I would recommend you go here.