Josh is a fully qualified and registered Osteopath graduating from the British School of Osteopathy achieving a Masters degree in Osteopathy (Most.). Since graduating Josh has worked in an established practice in North London, runs his own practice in Blackheath and has recently started lecturing Biomedicine at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.
During this time he was fortunate enough to have treated a wide range of patients in many specialised clinics which included expectant mothers, children, the elderly, HIV sufferers, the homeless and those with chronic pain. He has recently completed courses in spinal and peripheral joint manipulation, the treatment and management of expectant mothers and also temporomandiluar (jaw) and upper neck pain.
He has a particular interest in the field of structural, functional and visceral osteopathy and individuals with chronic pain. He plans to continually build upon these skills with future courses in pediatric, cranial and classical approaches to osteopathic care.
Josh takes great pride in his enthusiasm for the profession and an ever-present hunger to widen his knowledge and skill set. He achieves this by keeping up to date on current literature and is a member of a research group whose aim is to discuss current osteopathic and medical literature.
Outside of osteopathy Josh’s interests include maintaining his personal fitness by attending the gym, running and cycling; he hopes to compete in his first triathlon in the New Year.