Nick has always had a keen interest in human anatomy and movement due to participating in a variety of sports from a young age. Furthermore, he found his passion for caring and helping people early in his professional career, working in the health care industry for four years before training as an osteopath. This experience has allowed him to see each person, as an individual with specific needs, thus adopting a holistic approach to his therapy seems to yield best results.

After completing his master’s degree in osteopathy from Leeds Beckett University, Nick is now fully registered to practice with the General Osteopathic Council and insured through the Institute of osteopathy. As part of his continued professional development as an osteopath, Nick is required to update and further expand his osteopathic knowledge on a yearly basis.

Due to his sporting background, he has an interest in caring for individuals and injuries of a sporting nature and has undertaken courses for the osteopathic care for athletes. However, his real passion and focus is osteopathy as a whole and enjoys treating a broad range of people with individual and specific needs. Aiming to improve their health, wellbeing and general quality of life.