Brighton Osteopathy

I have always been interested in body mechanics especially as a keen sportsman with all the injuries that entails. Also as a tall child I was often ‘diagnosed' with growing pains which led me to question whether there was an alternative to chronic bouts of pain.

In 1997 I started my degree in Osteopathy at BCOM (British College of Osteopathic Medicine). Since then I have worked as a locum all over the UK and also as far a field as New Zealand.

In 2007 I decided to set up Brighton Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic in order to work in my home town and so that I could build a practice that encapsulates my own value system. In my free time I like to read, cycle (on and off road), swim (mainly pools but occasionally in the sea in summer), surf (Cornwall), skateboard, garden (vegetables), walk the Downs, play tennis, football, squash and table tennis.