Chris grew up with a passion for studying human form and function and wanted to be an osteopath at the age of 13. He finally achieved his dream when graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in 2008.
After graduating, Chris spent two years studying classical osteopathy before investing in the prestigious GIFT mentorship program in America in 2013 to become a Fellow of Applied Functional Science. He is also trained in Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), and can assess and coach running technique.
These courses have helped Chris understand how the body works as a whole, both from a biomechanical and movement perspective and from a physiological one.
Chris’s other interests include nutrition, exercise science, meditation and philosophy.
This means that in your treatment with him, not only will you come away with a clear diagnosis of what is causing your pain, why it is happening and a treatment plan to get you pain-free and mobile, but Chris will also be able to highlight any other lifestyle factors that are holding you back from optimal health.
Outside the clinic, Chris loves to train for ultra-distance runs, practise callisthenics and get beaten up by his teammates in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. He also has two young children which keep him fitter than all the exercise combined!