James graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2009. He is part of the Vice Patrons network, supporting the fundraising and campaigning work of the school.
James recently served as a Great Britain team therapist at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. He has worked with many GB Team athletes including Mo Farah, Adam Gemili, Laura Muir, Richard Whitehead and Jonnie Peacock. James divides his time between his practices Surrey, London and working world wide.
As a performance therapist and athletics coach, James is able to integrate osteopathy, general therapeutic massage, acupuncture, biomechanics and functional and structural applications for athlete/patient management .
James developed the ethos of relieve, restore and perform based on his experience of working with both elite athletes and those individuals and teams who participate in recreational sport and want to improve their performance.
For information on the next available clinic dates and appointments with James please contact reception or keep a close eye on our social media channels.