Neil qualified with a Masters degree from the London School of Osteopathy in 2014 and has since been working as an osteopath in 2 busy practices in London.
During this time, Neil has developed a passion for human movement and bio mechanics. This passion, combined with desire to truly understand the reasons for pain and dysfunction in the human body, has led Neil to study Applied Functional Science (AFS) - the science of human movement and function.
In 2016, Neil traveled to the USA to complete the globally recognised AFS fellowship program with the world leading, functional movement experts at the Gray Institute.
Neil now integrates traditional osteopathy techniques with a whole body approach to movement assessment, treatment and rehabilitation. More often than not, the reasons for our pain are not located at the site of pain on our bodies; by taking a holistic approach to whole body function, Neil can help patients to unlock the underlying restrictions that maintain and predispose our painful episodes.
Neil teaches anatomy at a top osteopathic university and has recently moved down to Surrey with his wife and 2 sons, Jake and Samuel.