now called the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, (BCOM). He is both a registered osteopath
and a naturopath.
He since specialised in cranial osteopathic techniques with the Sutherland Society. For the
first seven years after graduating he developed his cranial techniques and experience, with
children and infants, by working in a specialised osteopathic childrens clinic. His role here
developed to included clinical supervision and support of osteopaths.
Being an osteopath and a naturopath, he is skilled in traditional osteopathic techniques and
He was one of the UK's first osteopaths to work within an NHS hospital, the Central Middlesex NHS
Hospital in west London.
and joints. Treatment is not painful, it is rarely uncomfortable and is often relaxing.
listed from head to toe are:
arm and hand pains
RSI injuries, (common in for example in wrists & shoulders)
back pains (neck to low back)
spinal disc injuries
sciatic leg pains
post operative treatments
post traumatic treatments, for example after bone fractures or soft tissue injuries
Other conditions treated which combine well with naturopathy are:
recurrent chest infections
colic in infants
presenting symptoms may be as vague as "not quite feeling right" or "feeling out of balance".
life. Such causes may be related to one's work or out of activities. Occasionally, the injury may
be caused by a one off event. Causes can range from heavy labouring work to sedate office jobs,
rugby to riverbank fishing, rising from a chair, D.I.Y., gardening, general house duties,
watching TV, socialising, playing a musical instrument.
All age ranges from newborn infants to the elderly can benefit from such treatments.