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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. I briefly had the priveledge of working with another inspiring tutor from LCOM, Nic Straiton at Glover's Yard before it's closure.
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.