David graduated from the (BSO) British School of Osteopathy (recently rebranded, University College of Osteopathy), the oldest osteopathic school in Europe, in London (UK) with a master’s degree in Osteopathy, in 2013. The training is a 4-year program, with a strong emphasis on anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, clinical practice, osteopathic philosophy, and research. His final year research project investigated osteopathic treatment and otitis media. After graduation David worked at the BSO clinic, among other practices along the English coast.
He immigrated to Nova Scotia, Canada in 2015, where he has worked for 3 years in a private practice and is now working in a multidisciplinary practice with other UK trained osteopaths and health professionals.
His interests have taken him to several courses throughout the UK, Canada, and the US, including work in functional rehabilitation with the Gray’s Institute, Cranial Osteopathy with the Cranial Academy, and other structural and myofascial courses.
David sees patients from a wide age range, with a variety of musculoskeletal complaints, from acute to chronic presentations. Being active himself, he believes in movement. He is excited to present at this conference, and to discuss the variety of osteopathic practices around the globe!
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