After graduating, in 1988 from the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent, UK, I have striven to build a truly multi disciplinary system of osteopathic medicine through my pioneering work in the veterinary field. From this association, I have derived incredible advances in my human patient work, especially with cases of partial, and near total paralysis.
In 1998, I set up Zoo Ost Ltd following 10 years in practice. I was keen to bring both aspects of my work together under a single banner. A business providing treatment for both people and animals. 'Zoo Ost' is just that - Osteopathy for the wellbeing of all creatures. So far Zoo Ost Ltd has been able to help not just people of all ages, and from all walks of life, but also animals and birds from around the world. I have been privileged in treating some of the worlds rare, and endangered species as part of conservation, and rehabilitation programmes.
As a result of this unique business, I am often asked to guest lecture, or provide after dinner talks. These are great opportunities to share some of the amazing experiences that this type of work can provide, along with pursuing a career of "doing good".
Now looking forward with the wealth of experience more than 29 years in practice has brought me, I will continue to hone my osteopathic skills between both human and animal patients for the benefit of all.