Josh typically works with ambitious entrepreneurs between the age of 25-30 who are suffering with acute lower back pain. He helps to get them out of pain and step into a life that is healthier, happier and stronger.
While working widely on patients with general issues of all ages, Josh has gained significant experience treating acute lower back pain using a holistic approach and enjoys the challenges that this brings.
He advices his patients on diet, exercise, sleep and ergonomics as he believes the patient should engage in their own recovery and future wellbeing. He completed the British Institutes 1 year practical course which has given him a unique understanding of naturopathy, classical techniques as well as the long-term implications of poor posture. Josh also lectured Biomedicine at the College of Naturopathic Medicine, allowing him to keep up-to-date on anatomy and disease.
Josh continues to be passionate about optimising health and performance; developing programmes for his patients with the knowledge gained through continued professional development. Josh’s philosophy is to ‘practice what he preaches’ and prides himself in never advising anything that he has not tried and succeeded with himself.
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 research 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, surfing and hiking. He enjoys reading and personal development in his free time.