Imagine the days when you were a child, full of energy, running around and having fun. The days where you could practically fall over and bounce straight back up again; Can you remember them? or has been a long time since you felt like that? At Olympic Osteopathy we believe that if you look after your body and mind then you should feel like that everyday, without using any drugs or surgery. 100% natural. The reason why we can do this, is because we encourage the natural healing abilities that the body already possess. If you cut your finger or break your leg, given time, it would naturally heal up on its own! Placing the body in its optimum environment, by improving its structure and function / anatomy and physiology, the health and natural healing abilities of the body can be enhanced. With this in mind, all our fully registered practitioners do their upmost to share their knowledge and enthusiasm, making sure to pass on the best care and advice possible.
Steve has always had an active lifestyle participating in numerous sports and his experience has led him to have a great understanding of the different stresses and strains that may be placed upon the body through the general demands of our daily lifestyle or through exercise and competition.
Learning from leading experts in their field and with extensive training and knowledge of anatomy and physiology, Steve addresses the biomechanics of the human body and approaches each individual with a specialised treatment programme made for the patients specific needs. He holistically incorporates a specialised variety of functional neurology and classical osteopathic techniques along with structural and visceral techniques and depending on the complaint, Steve is also qualified in medical acupuncture and kinesio-taping and may use these methods to aid recovery.
Steve likes to give back when he can and has volunteered at the London Marathon providing post-massage treatment and advice for those who ran and raised money for charity. Whilst Steve’s biggest achievement to date is climbing to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895m) in Tanzania / Kenya for a children’s charity.
Steve encourages and empowers his patients to help them take control of their health issues, to prevent injury, gain mental clarity and to help them enjoy an active healthy lifestyle.