Joe spent 4 years studying at the the British School of Osteopathy and attained a Masters degree in Osteopathy on graduating in 2015. He is registered with the regulatory body of the profession, the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of the Institute of Osteopaths.
Joe developed his interest in Osteopathy and the musculo-skeletal system following several years competing in endurance sports, with triathlon being a particular favourite. It was through several injuries of his own that he discovered the profession and he has focussed all his learning in this area since that time. He treats people of all ages for a wide range of problems including sports and work related injuries and has a keen interest in spinal mechanics; he has had success in treating both acute and chronic back pain and shoulder pain. He has a real understanding of the debilitating effects pain can have and will design a treatment plan that is tailored to getting the patient back to normal life as soon as possible. More recently Joe has extended his area of expertise to the treatment of arthritis treating painful knee conditions as well as other consequences of arthritis such as pain in the hands and feel - he has seen some great results with his patients so far.
Joe stresses the importance of clear diagnosis; it's vital the patient gets a clear understanding of their condition as well as what they can do themselves in everyday life to help speed the recovery process. He will explain the treatment plan - what it involves and how long it will take to get the patient back to health and normal day to day living.
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