About Me

Between 1987 - 1991, I attended the College of Homeopathy in London in order to train as a homeopath. In my working life, I practise both homeopathy and osteopathy as I find the two disciplines work extremely well together.

Homeopathy works extremely well for all kinds of health problems and I have successfully treated people from all walks of life. The main ones I treat are:

1. Women's health. It has been seen to be helpful for a variety of women's ailments such as problems in puberty, pregnancy, labour, childbirth and menopause. These would include menstrual problems, PMT, nausea and morning sickness in pregnancy, hot flushes etc; not to mention the wide range of emotional issues that go with hormonal changes.

2. It has also been seen to be very effective for stress, anxiety and depression. I see more and more cases as our world becomes more and more frenetic and people suffer from mental and emotional health issues.

3. Chronic conditions such as migraine, asthma, eczema, hay fever, chronic fatigue syndrome, digestive problems which tend to come under the umbrella term of IBS.

I studied at the Maidstone College of Osteopathy between 1995-1999, and was lucky enough to have the privilege of being taught by a faculty which had Mr John Wernham as their principal.

I later undertook postgraduate studies in cranial techniques with the Sutherland Cranial College, and I also studied James Jealous biodynamic techniques under the tutelage of Mr. Christian Sullivan.

I am a member of the Institute of Classical Osteopathy; the Institute of Osteopathy, (formerly known as the British Osteopathic Association); and the Sutherland Society.

In my early working years, I trained as a medical microbiologist, and spent 9 years working in hospital pathology laboratories at St Luke's Hospital, Guildford, and Surrey and later at Worthing Hospital, West Sussex.

From then on, I studied for 4 years at the College of Homoeopathy, Regents College, London, graduating in 1991. I then worked in a multidisciplinary clinic in Littlehampton, West Sussex, and whilst I was there, I treated clients who were also receiving osteopathic treatment. These clients all improved much quicker than the osteopath and myself expected, and we came to the conclusion that the two therapies worked very well together. This kindled my interest in osteopathy and precipitated 4 years study in osteopathy.

I thoroughly enjoy interacting with others, and I feel that my purpose in practice is to encourage and help people to heal themselves in a safe, confidential and supportive environment, and, therefore, to have an improved quality of life.

I enjoy treating people of all ages and from all walks of life. I believe osteopathy can help in all stages of life, and I will elaborate on this in further pages of the website. Osteopathy can also be used on animals; generally on dogs and horses, although I have had the great privilege of treating orphaned baby elephants in Nairobi.

For more information or to book an appointment please call 01243 545215 or email info@osteopathychichester.co.uk

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01243 545215

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Areas we cover

Arundel - Barnham - Chichester - Goring - Worthing - Eastergate

How to Find Us

3 Hall Cottages, Barnham Road, Eastergate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 3RS