Andrew Johnson qualified with a masters degree from the British School of Osteopathy. Prior to this he studied sport and exercise science, fitness instruction, sports massage and medical acupuncture.
Andy has additional experience in specialist clinics treating people who are experiencing homelessness, people suffering from HIV, expectant mothers, children, and sport specific injuries. He has studied both cranial and visceral osteopathy, and has undergone further training in advanced manipulation.
Andy also works as a teaching associate for osteopathic technique and has contributed to a book about the mechanics of osteopathic manipulation, which was published in the summer of 2017.
Andy focuses his treatment for the individual and seeks not only to address the symptoms. The time and care delivered by Andy during his treatment reflects his patient centered approach.
Prior to studying Physiotherapy and achieving his first-class honours, Hamza has spent almost 10 years as a sport massage therapist in London. With a keer interest in the human body, injuries and helping people he decided to further his education and became a physiotherapist. Hamza has experience working within the NHS, and has a particular interest in paediatrics.