Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body, and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.
Using the principles of sport and exercise science, they incorporate physiological and pathological processes to make sure participants are training and competing safely and provide an immediate response when sport and exercise related injuries occur.
Inspired to train as an osteopath after receiving excellent treatment for my own physical problems sustained when rowing as a youngster, I try not to think how many years ago that was now. I believe the osteopathic treatment enabled me to regain most of my physical ability to compete in sport.
Stuart’s interest in Osteopathy started around the age of 15 after a sports injury playing hockey resulted in several weeks off the pitch. A local chiropractor successfully treated his knee injury and the rehabilitation programme that followed sparked a subsequent fascination for the medical profession and sports injuries in particular.
Joshua specialises in spinal and lower extremity injury rehabilitation and biomechanics and is currently studying in London for a Masters Degree in Osteopathic Medicine. Following a very brief training spell with the Royal Marines Commando, leading to two broken legs, Joshua was able to experience life from the other side of the curtain as a fracture patient….
Years of back pain gone in a couple of weeks, your treatment has really changed my life, thank you again.
After 3 treatments (I had 2 a week) the difference was amazing! I could walk properly for the first time in 6 weeks.
Right on my doorstep, great service and care, can’t recommend you enough.