About Me

I am a British Osteopath who graduated from the European School of Osteopathy (Kent) in 1994 to become one of the youngest practicing registered Osteopaths in Great Britain at the age of 22.  In 1996 I became the first registered Osteopath in East Anglia (U.K) to work for an NHS Trust. I gained 4 years experience of working alongside General practitioners and orthopedic surgeons in a clinical environment.

In June 1997 I was invited to lecture to the consultants of Rheumatology and Orthopedics at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital on the Osteopathic approach to the treatment of Low back pain.

In October 1999 I moved to Spain and became the first G.O.S.C. registered Osteopath to practise in the province of Málaga. In 2004, working alongside Dutch physiotherapists, we successfully rehabilitated a British Olympic marathon runner in 10 days, which allowed her to compete (and finish) in Athens at the 2004 Olympic Games.

I have nearly 20 years of clinical experience in treating Spinal pain, Sciatica, Neck and Shoulder pain, Migraines, Sports injury problems caused by golf and skiing, arthritic pain and  rehabilitation after childbirth, car accidents, surgery or broken bones.  I use traditional osteopathic techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point inhibition and manipulation to an advanced standard.

I am also able to use softer techniques such as cranial osteopathy and fascial unwinding to treat babies, children and conditions where manipulation may not be appropriate.

In my spare time I enjoy walking my rescued dog, cookery, cinema and I am a semi professional Spanish guitar player and composer.

Please contact me on (0034) 618994590

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