Paddy graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Masters in Osteopathy, and is a fully registered osteopath with the general osteopathic council. Prior to this, Paddy completed a BSc in Sports and Exercise science at Loughborough University. As a sports scientist Paddy specialised in the biomechanics of sports movements, and this now serves him well in analysing his patients and establishing how dysfunctional movement patterns/sports technique may contribute to injury.
Paddy predominantly practices as a structural osteopath, focusing on how well your joints and muscles move, aiming to maximise his patient’s ability to function at their optimum. Paddy will use a range of osteopathic techniques to do this, from articulations of your joints and muscles, to targeted manipulations to improve mobility, and reduce pain.
As a keen sportsman himself, Paddy specialises in the treatment of sports injuries. He has worked with professional athletes from a range of sports, including rugby, football, tennis and athletics. In addition, he has a particular interest in treating postural issues from all those hours spent at a desk!
Outside of osteopathy Paddy loves playing sport. He has competed to national level in squash and continues to play to a high standard. He also loves to windsurf, albeit this being tricky living in central london!