Paul is a Registered Osteopath, who graduated from the internationally renowned European School of Osteopathy, with a 2:1 in his Masters of Osteopathy. He has experience treating patients ranging in age from 2 weeks to 90 years old, including pregnant women, patients with osteoarthritis, as well as those with musculoskeletal pain. He uses a variety of osteopathic and massage techniques, which he individually tailors to each patient. He enjoys treating people from all walks of life – from young children to nonagenarians – but has a special interest in sports injuries. Paul is also a qualified Sports Massage Therapist and integrates this skill into his treatment when appropriate. Before his arrival in Blenheim, Paul worked in private clinics and within the National Health Service in the south east of England.
Prior to becoming an osteopath, Paul had a career in the Army, where he competed nationally at Modern Pentathlon, and swam and played water polo at a representative level. It was during this period that Paul discovered the benefits of osteopathy and how it could help both the body and mind function better. On resigning from the Army he decided to pursue it as a vocation so that he could help others enjoy the benefits of osteopathy.
Paul is married with a young daughter. In his spare time, he still swims – both in the pool and the sea – enjoys road, cyclocross and mountain biking, and takes part in the occasional multi-sport event.