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I initially trained as a doctor graduating from Guy's, King's & St Thomas' Medical School , London in 2003 (gaining my MBBS and intercalated BSc). After working as a junior doctor in the UK and Australia I moved to Brighton and completed my GP training in 2009 (gaining my MRCGP).
My interest in the osteopathic profession stemmed from treatment I received for my own neck and upper back. In 2015 I embarked on my training at the London College of Osteopathic Medicine (LCOM) - a specialist college to train doctors in osteopathic techniques.
My inspiring mentor from LCOM, Mark Andrews took me on as an associate at the Kemptown Osteopath Clinic where I built up my experience from 2017-2019.
What made me train in osteopathy? It works! It's remarkably rewarding to see patients feeling better after a treatment or course of treatments with manual therapy and advice.
A term coined by Andrew Taylor Still around 100 years ago to describe manual treatment techniques and philosophy to treat a wide range of problems. Click on the Osteopathy tab to find out more.