Stephen Choy is a registered osteopath qualified with Honours in 1983 at the British School of Osteopathy. Before training, Stephen studied for a BSc(Hons) degree in Physiology at London University and in 1981 became a medical Microbiologist at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
Stephen has been working in Islington for over 24 years and for the last 14 years has been working in his present address in Northchurch road.
During his career, he has been a lecturer in respiratory medicine at the BSO and has helped run a postgraduate 2 year Research Methodology course.
In 1998, Stephen successfully registered with GOsC the new statutory organisation.
With a successful osteopathic career lasting over twenty-four years I have treated thousands of patients with a huge variety of medical conditions, from neck problems to unresolved and undiagnosed aches and pains throughout the body. No osteopath can say that they have been able to treat every condition successfully, but if there is a mechanical or physical reason that can be treated I will find it. I love a challenge and have treated many exacting patient rapidly and successfully. Treating dancers at the Sadlers Wells in Islington who were about to go on stage were a typical group. Also the Actors about to go on stage at the Almeida and other theatres in the area have been successfully treated.
Over the years I have developed a particular interest in solving headaches and difficult shoulder problems.