​I graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2002 and worked in London practices before setting up a clinic at the BBC.

I have a depth of practical experience as professional sportsman. Firstly, as a professional rower, representing Great Britain on numerous occasions and also in the equine world, as a National Hunt Jockey.

I enjoy treating a wide range of patients. I have helped many people from amateur sports men to athletes at the top of their game, who put their body under great pressure, requiring support physically and mentally.

I see the body as an instrument through which we experience life. Whether it’s feeling good in your everyday mobility, or pushing yourself further in your pursuits. I would always encourage my patients to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

In 2012 I qualified as an Equine Osteopath which opened up whole new world of osteopathy and brought all my skills together.

Working with animals has demonstrated to me the power of osteopathy to restore health and improve wellbeing. It has helped me to develop a more intuitive approach, which has enhanced my human practice. 

I enjoy working at The Wellbeing Centre. It is a great opportunity to collaborate with other practitioners to support our patients.

My passion has been understanding anatomy and science as a proven method while recognising the

wider implications of healthy structure and function.

Osteopathy can be used to rehabilitate injuries, but also as preventative measure, maintaining health, stress relief and tipping physiology into recovery.

I see the benefits of enjoyed by a wide demographic, for those in later years and those just starting out. I have experience working in the Osteopathic Centre for Children in addition to working with pregnant women and post-natal mothers.  Also helping teenagers in their growing years.