I graduated, with honours, from the British School of Osteopathy (now University College of Osteopathy) in 1996.
The theory and practice of osteopathy has held a fascination for me since I first became aware of it; so deeply rooted in science and evidence yet so artful and unique in its application.
We are all physically the same yet each is uniquely different. It is a difference that matters. “Why me? Why now?” are just two of the questions my patients frequently ask. The answers lie in the unique attributes of each, individual patient’s physical, emotional and social attributes.
With this perspective so deeply engrained, my interest is wide and I enjoy treating a broad-spectrum of acute and chronic injuries and conditions across the age-range. Through qualifications in the use of electrotherapy and medical acupuncture, I am able to further encourage patients’ healing mechanisms by integrating the use of these techniques into clinical treatment plans.
Away from the Practice, I am a keen cyclist, enjoy ‘off the beaten track’ travel and SCUBA diving. I maintain a commercial pilot licence and also skydive. I have a longstanding, personal interest in human psychology and personality development and disorder and I enjoy successfully trading with foreign exchange and indices.
Registered with the General Osteopathic Council - GOsC Reg 2779