Sam’s interest in osteopathy began at an early age, having been treated by a cranial osteopath at three years old. Two decades later, he graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in Kent with a BSc degree and has been practising ever since, treating a wide range of conditions in patients of all ages.
Sam enjoys osteopathy for it’s gentle, respectful approach to the body, and for the opportunities it has given him to help people both here in Bristol and further afield. He has recently spent two and a half years practising, studying and teaching osteopathy in Canada.
Sam is continuing to learn, taking ongoing postgraduate courses in Bio-dynamic Osteopathy in England and abroad. He enjoys treating babies and pregnant women, as well as having extensive experience with cervicogenic headaches, migraine prevention and digestive problems.
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