Dan graduated from the European School of Osteopathy with an M.Ost degree in Osteopathy. This course taught him a wide range of treatment approaches from structural to cranial and visceral, which he fully incorporate in all his treatments.
He has always been active in sports, particularly running, triathlon and Crossfit. Daniel has started to develop his knowledge further in nutrition and sports rehabilitation, which he plans to gain further expertise in during the coming year.
'I first became interested in osteopathy whilst suffering several injuries whilst competing at a regional level in several sports as a junior. I particularly liked the holistic/global approach to osteopathy and how it was a treatment approach that wanted to find the true cause of the problem and not just treating the symptoms; a philosophy I use today in all my treatments.'
'During my time as a student I gained invaluable hands on experience whilst treating in the student clinic. I was also able to gain valuable expertise in running/biomechanical analysis whilst working alongside the running specialist Sweatshop. I was able to use my anatomical knowledge to give professional advise on running/biomechanical injuries and problems, something I often use as a framework for my diagnosis of osteopathy patients now.
I have always been active in sports, especially running, triathlon and Crossfit. I have started to develop my knowledge further in nutrition and sports rehabilitation, which I plan to gain further expertise in during the coming year.'
Since graduating Daniel has developed his treatment approaches further by training in western dry needling (acupuncture) to be able to give all patients a wider treatment aproach.
Daniel has also returned to the European School of Osteopathy as part of the teaching team which enables him continue to develop his knowledge and understanding of the human body and Osteopathy. Over the past year he has gained a Postgraduate certificate in higher education to be a qualified teacher.