James has a master’s degree in Osteopathy. He graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013 and has since qualified in dry needling.
He has wide experience in working with a range of musculoskeletal conditions and treating chronic and acute back pain, sports injuries, knee injuries/pain and shoulder injuries. He has a keen interest in rehab and prehab and a focus on functional movement.
James started his full-time working life as a shipping clerk, but soon realised that being sat at a desk was not for him. He wanted a career where he could work more closely with people and help them with their personal health problems. He chose Osteopathy as it best fit his desire to help people recover their health and mobility, looking at the body as a whole.
James enjoys mountain biking in both local and national woodlands and callisthenics training. He has a passion for nutrition and is a keen photographer. He has two young children and enjoys time with family and friends.