My Journey in Osteopathy started with an ankle sprain whilst travelling in India. After being told to ‘get on with it’ by various Doctors, I was fortunate to bump into an Osteopath in my hotel. He listened, diagnosed and explained what would happen to me.
I cut my travels short, returned home and thought the English health service would sort me out! To my horror I received the same dismissal at home. Pretty much, just get on with it.
After remembering the excellent osteopathic advice I found another osteopath in Brighton and was immediately again given advice to help my condition. I realised straight way that Osteopathy provides something unique and powerful.
In 1997 I continued my Osteopathic journey by enrolling to study Osteopathy at BCOM (British College of Osteopathic Medicine).
Since graduating I have spent 18 years treating patients in Brighton, Cornwall, London and New Zealand.
In 2007 I decided to set up Brighton Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic.