Samuel has lived and worked in and around Norfolk for a large part of his life and knows the area well. He graduated in 2013 from the University College of Osteopathy and has been in full-time practice for the past 10 years; he is a registered member of the General
Osteopathic Council. Samuel works in a very similar way to Simon Nebhard, using a combination of deep sports massage, joint manipulation/adjustment and acupuncture.
Additionally exercise and lifestyle advice is given as and when appropriate.
Samuel has worked within both private and NHS clinics in London, Norfolk and Lincolnshire and this has enabled him to gain a wealth of experience treating patients with a wide variety of complaints. He is also a qualified sports massage therapist and has worked for rugby teams in both London and Norfolk. A highlight of his early career was undertaking the role of sports massage therapist for the opening and closing ceremony performers of the 2012 Olympic Games in London. He is currently completing a Degree in Herbal Medicine which will give him further insight and aid him in the treatment of patients.
In addition to his osteopathic practice he is a published academic researcher, author and a qualified rehabilitative pilates instructor.
Samuel regularly takes continual professional development courses to enhance his skills and ensure his techniques and practices are up
to date and progressive.
In Samuel's experience most patients are pain free within a course of 3-6 treatments and the majority of patients return periodically every 4-16 weeks for maintenance or preventative sessions
"Samuel provided excellent treatment and really helped to ease my pain"
"Fantastic, felt relaxed and solved the problem with my knee"
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