Originally from London, I have lived in Sutton Coldfield since 1990, having got married and decided it was a great place to bring up our children. My first experience of Birmingham was when I studied at Aston University in 1984-88, when I did a degree in French and Business Administration. I did some voluntary work in Asia for year, then worked in the automotive industry for the next 15 years. In 2003 I decided to retrain as an osteopath, mostly because of the excellent results my wife had enjoyed while having osteopathy treatment during her first pregnancy. So, between 2003-2008 I attended Oxford Brookes University and graduated with a First Class Honours degree. Outside of my work as an osteopath I enjoy broadening my knowledge about human health, and I regularly swim, cycle, run and practise yoga.
Osteopathy is about life-long learning…there is always so much to learn, which is why I am constantly updating my knowledge and skills. I use cranial osteopathy alongside a wide range of other techniques, including spinal manipulation, soft-tissue and harmonic techniques. My approach as an osteopath is to carefully consider each patient’s needs and to develop a treatment plan which is aimed at bringing you long-term benefits and pain relief.
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