Michael Oldfield

Michael became involved in Osteopathy in 2000 after suffering from a work related strain in his neck and shoulder muscles. It was through this experience that he began to appreciate the benefits Osteopathy can offer to a persons physical health and well being. Michael then decided to become an Osteopath and qualified, with Honours from the London School of Osteopathy in 2006.

Michael’s training consisted of a five-year science degree course and involved developing an integrated knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, psychosocial studies, clinical studies, and biomechanics.

Michael enjoys the holistic approach Osteopathy can offer by focusing on the individual and their lifestyle, his treatment approach reflects this.

“To me Osteopathy treats the person as an individual and the body as a unit, through assessment, evaluation, treatment, prevention and advice. I enjoy working with patients giving care and support whilst going through the treatment process. Overall Osteopaths seek to establish the cause of the problem and not just treat the symptoms”.

GOSC registration 6010