Robert graduated from the British School of Osteopathy, now the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (registration number 9963). Before becoming an Osteopath, Robert received a bachelor’s degree in teaching and served for 32 years in the British Army. He was a keen rugby player and has experienced firsthand the irritation of limited activity caused by injury.
Robert has a passion for osteopathy and people. He enjoys travelling and spending time with his family.
- To become an Osteopath Rob completed 5 years of training with over a 1000 hours of clinical practice.
- Every year Rob must renew his licence to be a registered osteopath with the GOsC which is a legal requirement for a practising osteopath. In order to practice Osteopaths must prove that they have professional indemnity insurance, and have completed mandatory Continued Professional Development (CPD) requirements.
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