Daniel gained his Osteopathic Medicine degree in London in 2002 and has worked with musculoskeletal injuries ever since. He became used to seeing specialist injuries while working in Manchester, seeing members of the Northern Ballet School and actors from the various theatre and television production studios in the area. While undertaking his Master's degree in neuromusculoskeletal healthcare at Keele University, he became exposed to many contemporary approaches to injury prevention and rehabilitation. This involved working with many professionals involved at International elite level sport, and he consequently developed a greater interest in this area of clinical practice.
Daniel was asked to be involved with the medical team at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and now joins the medical department once a week to treat the first team and work on injury prevention strategies. He was also selected by the Osteopathic Sports Care Association to be the Osteopath used by the English Institute for Sport for their Team GB athletes based at Alexander Stadium.
In addition to his first degree in Osteopathy, a Masters degree in neuromusculoskeletal healthcare, and a Pg Cert in clinical education, Daniel is now part of the Research Institute for Primary Care Science at Keele University, where he is undertaking a PhD investigating the use of exercise for musculoskeletal pain management.
Jennifer qualified as an Osteopath in 2002 and has been treating musculoskeletal pain problems such as sports injuries ever since. She uses a variety of techniques including joint mobilisation, soft tissue massage, acupuncture, taping and exercise prescription. She has worked with various amateur and elite level athletes, including members of Team GB.
As well as being an Osteopath, Simon is also a qualified personal trainer and sports massage therapist. As a keen gym user, Simon applies his experience of personal training to integrate exercise into his treatment approaches. He also provides sports massage treatment for those looking to maintain their health and prepare or recover from events.