I became interested in osteopathy having developed my own neck and shoulder problems causing me pain, sleepless nights, time off work and left me unable to participate in activities I enjoyed. A friend recommended I visit an osteopath and I was amazed by how much-improved mobility and pain relief I experienced following a hands-on, osteopathic treatment.
This led me to question and research how osteopathy works. I began to recognise that retraining as an osteopath would provide me with an opportunity to combine several areas I’m passionate about; health, using my hands, problem-solving, helping and meeting people. In 2014 I began studying at The College of Osteopaths undertaking a five-year degree where I achieved 1st Class honours.
During my training, I studied human anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, pathology, nutrition and underwent 1200 hours of clinical training. I have implemented osteopathic care programmes for a diverse group of patients from children to the elderly within two separate clinics; Marylebone – London and Borehamwood – Hertfordshire.
I love spending time with my wife and son, we all share an interest in wildlife and enjoy taking country walks with our dogs, cooking and taking the occasional weekend break together. I am a keen football fan; I go fishing and am a member of my local gym.