Geoffrey began his training at the British School of Osteopathy in 2006, graduating with distinction and earning a Master of Osteopathy degree. He has more than 10 years experience treating a huge number of musculoskeletal conditions.
He is interested in incorporating a variety of different approaches into his Osteopathic treatments. In the Summer of 2011 Geoffrey completed further training in Western Acupuncture. In 2013 he began further training in Cranial osteopathy.
He believes in involving the patient in their own healing process by ensuring that they completely understand the nature of their injury whilst also providing appropriate advice on stretching and exercise as part of the treatment.
Geoffrey is the principle Osteopath at Farringdon Osteopaths in the heart of London.
Geoffrey is interested in treating all musculoskeletal injuries including neck pain, back pain and general aches and pains as well as problems related to posture.
He is a keen runner, swimmer and a fair-weather cyclist and particularly enjoys treating sports injuries and advising on exercise management.
Geoffrey is registered with all major insurers, except BUPA and is a member of both the Institute of Osteopathy and the General Osteopathic Council.