James is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and member of the British Osteopathic Association. Having qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2003 he took an associateship at Stowmarket Osteopaths.
His time is now shared working within a GP practice and Abbeyfields. He has enjoyed periods of undergraduate and postgraduate lecturing, particularly in areas of sports medicine as he combines his clinical knowledge with his previous degree/career in exercise physiology and health management.
His interests include persistent and complex pain syndromes, sports injuries and biomechanics, childhood ‘growing pains’, headaches/pain, and foot problems.
He is also keen to emphasise the traditional mixed approach he uses in combination with evidence based practice gleaned from his 11 years in a GP practice and numerous postgraduate courses. He is a member of the British Osteopathic Association and the British Medical Acupuncture Association.
The focus of his day to day practice is making sure his patients leave having; a clear understanding of their problem, knowing how best to care for themselves, how long recovery might take, and what he might offer in addition to help the recovery.Back to team page