Peter qualified as an Osteopath in 1993. Since
then he has furthered his education by attending Post Graduate Training Courses at the Oxford College of Osteopathy. He joined
the family practice in 1984 having completed a Remedial Massage Course at the Northern Institute of Massage. He continued
his studies there for a further two years at the end of which he obtained his Manipulative Therapy Diploma. He also holds
a Diploma in Sports Injuries. He has considerable experience in all forms of injury management. One of the areas in which
Peter has specialised in is that of sports injury. Whilst studying he gained valuable experience carrying out massage skills
working for a Second Division Rugby Team. He continued to develop his skills and took an interest in Motor Sport injuries,
particularly with regard to motorcycle trauma. During the course of his career he has treated professional Speedway and Superbike
riders with post traumatic injuries, as well as weekend motocross and trials enthusiasts.
Samuel Morris BSc(Hons) Ost Osteopath
Sam brings a wealth of knowledge to the practice
and has been an excellent addition to the team. As well as his working at the practice, Sam provides osteopathic cover to
Sheffield Wednesday Football Club and is a clinic tutor on the osteopathic course at Staffordshire University teaching to
M.Ost level. Sam uses a combination of manual osteopathic approaches tailored to suit the individual patient. He takes an
interest in posture and movement patterns and how they influence muscle and joint pain.
Steven Baines BOst(Hons) Osteopath
Steven commenced his osteopathic education whilst
living in New Zealand, completing his studies to a high standard with the British School of Osteopathy in London. Whilst attached
to the British School of Osteopathy he gained experience in the Expectant Mother Clinic, GP’s Practice Clinic, General
and Sports Clinic. He has continued to improve his knowledge and skills taking additional qualifications in cranial osteopathy.
He brings all these skills together for the benefit his patients at the practice.