I’m a great enthusiast for helping people out of pain. Since I qualified in 2002 medical understanding of pain – it’s causes and effects have changed enormously. Advice we gave when I qualified would be considered bad advice today.
I aim to give the best advice and treatment to my patients. In achieving this aim I have become a pain enthusiast. I will often be found reading books on pain or connecting on twitter with people working with and researching pain. To me, pain is a fascinating but complex subject. As time progresses researchers are discovering more and more about pain and how to help people in pain.
I am able to help you to understand more about the causes of pain and why pain persists and different techniques for managing persistent pain and taking the journey to good health. It is important to me to really understand your situation and the reasons why you might be experiencing pain. Every person has a unique story to tell and that is one of the great joys of osteopathy – meeting so many different people.
I have given thousands of treatments to patients with pain in all the different joints of the body, some that started that day, and others that have had their pain for years. Patients of all ages from new-born babies to people in their 90’s. I’ve worked in clinics in London, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire and even 2 weeks in Kenya! I’ve worked with the NHS and in private practice so seen a broad range of patients. Osteopathy is an enormously rewarding career. Being a part of helping someone back to health is a great privilege.