Avenue Clinic

Avenue Clinic

Dimi Argyros


Dimi Argyros studied at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia and graduated in 1995. She worked in Australia in a private practice for several years, then at her own practice and also worked as a clinical supervisor at the two osteopathic courses at RMIT and Victoria Universities  in Melbourne, Australia. In 1998 she worked as an osteopath as part of the Australian medical team for the Australian paralympic team travelling to Spain and to the Asian paralympic games in Thailand in 1999 and also at the Sydney Paralympic games in 2000.

Working with the paralympics was an amazing experience that allowed her to work with great athletes as part of a multidisciplinary medical team. This experience planted the seed for her to one day opening her own multidisciplinary practice.

As well as an interest in sports injuries, she also has an interest in treating pregnant women and children. She has also undertaken postgraduate training in paediatric osteopathy and has treated many children in Guernsey. She’s treated a variety of complaints in children including a preference to turning their neck in one direction also know as torticollis. She also helped instigate the tummy time campaign in Guernsey in 2008.

She came to Guernsey in 2001 for two weeks locum cover and was then offered a long term position, where she stayed for 10 years. Dimi then opened Avenue Clinic in October 2011. She  met her now husband in 2006 and now calls Guernsey her home.

She is passionate about Osteopathy and continues to undertake a variety of courses on a regular basis. When not working though, she can usually be found having a great time on the beach playing with diggers or in the sea, with her husband and 4 year old son.

Dimi Practises


Osteopathy is a safe and natural approach to healthcare. Patients of all ages may benefit, and the osteopaths within the clinic have varying experience of treating newborns through to octogenarians and above! Osteopaths look at the body as a whole and aim to find and treat (using a variety of hands on techniques) the cause of a problem, thus aiming to minimise the likelihood of recurrence. > Find out more


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