Principal of the practice, Mark graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1989 with Honours. He then worked in New Zealand for one year before returning to the UK. He then shared his time between Sevenoaks and West London for four years before concentrating full time on the practice in Sevenoaks.
He spent five years teaching at the European school of Osteopathy. He has been on many post graduate courses covering a wide range of subjects from hip replacements to research methodology.
Mark has a keen interest in sports injuries which is helped by his own participation in many sports competitively over the years (cricket, rugby , tennis, running, football, skiing and more recently, triathalon). He strongly believes that lifestyle such as work position, exercise, casual sitting positions, weight, stress etc are the main factors in many chronic musculoskeletal conditions and that time spent discussing these has a major impact on the success of treatment.
Mark has a mainly structural approach and likes to treat all types of conditions. Pregnancy, sports injuries, arthritic conditions, adolescent growth issues.
Mark gets great professional satisfaction maintaining the function of more elderly people for whom it is vital that they keep mobile to prevent other health issues developing.