Osteopaths typically complete 4 years of medical training with an emphasis on musculoskeletal health and injury. They are primary care health practitioners whose title is protected by UK law. They must be registered with the general osteopathic council and complete continuous professional development training.

Osteopath’s use a well-developed sense of touch (palpation) as well as conventional medical assessment for effective diagnosis and treatment. Understanding the root cause of dysfunction is a core osteopathic principle. Osteopaths consider the person as a whole in order to not only to resolve symptoms, but to prevent reoccurrence by understanding what may have predisposed to the injury in the first place.

During an osteopathic treatment the following techniques may be employed depending upon the person: spinal manipulation, medical acupuncture, massage, exercise rehabilitation, and more…

Osteopathy Hampshire Injury & Health


“Getting you better, in as few sessions as possible, safely and effectively”

Osteopathy Hampshire Injury & Health

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 cantered approach.

He qualified with a master’s 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. He also runs his clinic in London and is the founder of therunningcoaches.com – a bespoke service for the treatment and performance management of runners.

He also works as a teaching associate for osteopathic technique, medical acupuncture and is a published contributor for osteopathic manipulation.

M.Ost Osteopathy (Fully registered and insured)

  • Masters degree in Osteopathy
  • Qualified in sport and exercise science, fitness instruction, sports massage and medical acupuncture
  • Specialist clinic experience
  • Contributed to a book about the mechanics of osteopathic manipulation

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