Alex is a registered Osteopath with eight years’ experience working with people who are in pain or wish to improve their physical performance. He began working in the fitness industry in 1997 while he studied Sport Science. In 2011 Alex continued his professional development training as an osteopath at The British School of Osteopathy. Two years after graduating as an osteopath Alex achieved an MSc in Sport Rehabilitation at St Mary’s University, London.
Some career highlights to date include: working with the Men’s Oxford Rowing Team, the Nigerian Men’s 7’s Rugby Team and the Men’s England under 21’s 7’s Rugby Team. Additionally, Alex has worked pitch side at sports events such as the Women’s European Club Hockey Championship finals and on location at ultra-marathon events in the Middle East.
Outside of sport Alex has also worked on set at Pinewood Studios England for a number or Hollywood A-list movies in a consultancy treatment role supporting the cast during filming.
In 2021 Alex joined, and is currently part of, the teaching faculty at The University College of Osteopathy, educating students in their final years of study and developing their core clinical skills as required to become successful clinicians.
With 20 years’ experience in the fitness and therapy industries, Alex is passionate about working with people to achieve their physical and rehabilitative goals and adopts a patient-centred outcome approach to his treatments.
He uses a variety of manual therapy techniques, including joint mobilisation, physical manipulation, medical acupuncture and taping alongside exercise rehabilitation to reduce pain, support recovery and improve general function.
Alex is passionate about helping people get back to what they enjoy doing.
Outside of clinic Alex likes to keep active and can usually be found training most days at his local Brazilian Jiu Jitsu club, exploring the countryside or at the swimming pool.