My Journey into Osteopathy began with a chance encounter whilst travelling in northern India. I had a bad ankle sprain and was stuck. Then a bumped into an Osteopath. He listened, diagnosed and explained very methodically what would happen to me and what I could do to get better quickly.
Impressed with all round care Osteopathy seemed to provide I began to investigate it as soon as I was home and also to help with my recovery.
The more I read about Osteopathy, the more I realised that it was a complete system that treated people as individuals and looked at aches and pains from multiple viewpoints allowing a fuller and more complete recovery.
In 1997 I continued my Osteopathic journey by enrolling to study Osteopathy at BCOM (British College of Osteopathic Medicine).
Since graduating I have spent 20 years treating patients in Brighton, Newcastle, Nottingham, Dumfriis, Cornwall, London and New Zealand.
In 2007 I decided to set up Brighton Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic.
When I’m not working as an Osteopath I spend time; with my daughter, gardening, reading, cycling, playing cricket and surfing.