He was successfully treated by a Chiropractor at the age of 12 for a condition called spondylolisthesis and subsequent experiences at University to study Mechanical Engineering inspired him to train as a Chiropractor; a Mechanical Engineer for the body.
In 1978 he qualified from the AECC in Bournemouth, practiced as a chiropractor in Cambridge, then for 2 years in Leeds and eventually returning to London to set up his own practice in Hampstead at the same time working in practices in Chelmsford, Sutton, Kensington, Marble Arch and Cavendish Square, London.
In 1982 he started the clinic in Golders Green, London and in 1995 moved to Beaconsfield initially practicing from home there.
He uses deep soft tissue techniques and diversified Chiropractic manipulation to treat a range of spinal and other joint problems.
He continues many sporting activities which allows him to understand the best treatment of injuries to others, also how to avoid recurrence.
He regularly attends the Orthopaedic Masterclass series of lectures given by the consultants from the Wellington hospital. These seminars highlight the issues across the orthopaedic specialties of Hip, Knee, Spine, Shoulder, Peripheral Nerves, and Upper Limb as well as including the management of pain associated with Orthopaedics.
He gives advice on posture and exercise. He is able to inform his patients how to look after their spines in the most effective way.