I have been helping clients with bespoke osteopathic treatment for just over 17 years. Over this time I have successfully treated well over 2,500 patients from all walks of life, worked with BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing‘ as their osteopath, and helped professional sports people from all sorts of backgrounds.
The main conditions I treat include back pain, sciatica, neck pain, joint pain and arthritis, sports injuries and pregnancy and birth issues including cranial osteopathy for babies. However in the decade and a half I have practiced I have treated all sorts of, aches, pains and injuries in every joint imaginable.
My focus is to get you out of pain as quickly as possible, before providing longer term help and guidance as to how to avoid a repeat episode.
In my time I have undertaken extensive training in cranial osteopathy (focusing on treating babies and children), and also added specialization in pregnancy related back pain, as well work station and postural assessment.
I am fully qualified and registered with GosC (General Osteopathic Council) and registered with all the major insurers.
My original career was in Advertising. However, as a long-term sufferer of low back pain I was so impressed with the results I gained from Osteopathic treatment that I changed track and sold my house to fund my training at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine.
I graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine, where I was awarded the prize for being the top rated student for each of the four years of the course.
Combining my training in Osteopathy with Naturopathic Diploma gave me the opportunity to expand on my first degree, which was Food Science and Nutrition.
I have also added further qualifications in Cranial Osteopathy, and acupuncture, enabling me to treat a wide range of joint and muscle problems from newborn to the elderly.
As almost all my clients want to be treated by an experienced osteopath I have chosen to remain as a sole practitioner rather than employ less experienced juniors. However i have taught at BCOM to put something back into the profession that way. No pun intended.