Josh grew up in Reigate and qualified as a Chiropractor at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. His enthusiasm for Chiropractic stems from having a strong passion to help people overcome their own problems and he has always been captivated by sports and science, especially anatomy and how the human body is so interconnected.
He has a particular interest in treating sports related injuries as he has played football, tennis, rugby, hockey, cricket and athletics. However, Josh also enjoys treating general aches & pains and all things Chiropractic. Josh has a diversified set of skills that he has gained from university and various post-graduation courses, including spinal manipulation and soft tissue techniques, mobilisations, trigger point therapy as well as dry needling and exercise rehabilitation. He will also be completing several courses to further his clinical knowledge, which will allow him to treat in more ways, including shockwave therapy and taping to name a few.
Josh approaches treatment in a holistic nature, with the goals of increasing patients’ confidence within themselves and their body, reducing pain and increasing function of not only the injured body part, but the whole body. He also believes that educating the patient on why they are in pain and how to best overcome it is integral to the best outcomes, whilst also making the patient more independent, teaching them how to deal with their pain on their own.
Outside of chiropractic, Josh finds enjoyment in health & fitness, with strength and plyometric training alongside playing football, rugby and tennis. Josh also likes to run and read books, but swears by non-fiction!
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