A qualified osteopath working with both people and animals, Jim qualified from the London School of Osteopathy in 2015, after a career change from serving in the emergency services for over twelve years.
As a registrant member to one of the committees on the General Osteopathic Council, Jim is regularly called to give his professional opinion on national cases. He also guest lectures at the London School of Osteopathy on safeguarding in osteopathic practice.
Outside of the clinic room Jim is an avid scuba diver and has trained and competed in several martial art disciplines over the years. This has driven his long-standing interest in treating sports injuries.
Taking his osteopathic knowledge further, Jim has also completed his postgraduate animal osteopathy training with the renowned Stuart McGregor at the Osteopathic Centre for Animals. This allows him to use the same osteopathic approach he uses to help many people overcome pain, to help animals recover from injury or poor performance. It is a unique approach that allows him to work with animal-focused teams such as dressage, dog agility and horse racing as well as loved household pets.